Planning for a Corbyn government

The prospect of a Jeremy Corbyn-led government grows closer as Theresa May’s divided government staggers from pillar to post. Any number of issues, most notably Brexit, could hasten the collapse of the minority Tory government, result in a fresh election and an outright defeat for May’s party. We need to prepare for all eventualities. Join us on October 28 to plan for the future. Read more  


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