#TheCanaryLive – Has Labour has lost touch with working class communities?

Nancy Mendoza

Broadcast live on Monday 16 November 2020, Ian Lavery MP and Kerry-Anne Mendoza discuss the future of the Labour party and findings of No Holding Back’s extensive meetings with working class communities throughout the UK.

MP’s Laura Smith, Ian Lavery and Jon Trickett published their report into why working class communities abandoned Labour during the 2019 General Election. Was it simply a lack of alignment with Brexit ‘leave’ voters, or are there longer term and more complex issues at hand? Find out during this in depth #TheCanaryLive discussion.

This is the latest in a series of live online events. Follow #TheCanaryLive to hear about future opportunities to join the conversation.

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