It’s safe to say that Corbyn’s leadership divided opinion within the Labour Party, and the aftershocks of those divisions are still keenly felt today.
It’s also clear that Labour has much to learn from the experience of Corbynism – both good and bad- and attempts to scrap everything and move on could end up fracturing the party even more.
In September 2020, we talked to Laura Parker (former Momentum national co-ordinator), Jeremy Gilbert (writer and researcher), and Bea Campbell (Green writer and activist) about the lessons from the Corbyn era that Labour needs to learn. This is a complete transcript of that discussion, which was part of our podcast series: It’s Bloody Complicated
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