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Join Labour Campaign for the Single Market in Portsmouth

Head to Portsmouth this Saturday where John Howarth MEP will be speaking alongside Heidi Alexander MP at the Labour Rally for the Single Market.

The event, at John Pounds Centre, Queen Street, Portsmouth between 12:30 and 14:30, is hosted by Portsmouth South MP Stephen Morgan and organised by the Labour Campaign for the Single Market.

The next few months are going to be vital in the fight against a Tory hard Brexit. Despite the chatter in the media, Labour spokespeople have all made it clear that we want to see an outcome to the Brexit negotiations that protects jobs and the rights of our people - at work, at home and as citizens. Labour doesn’t believe that anyone voted to be poorer and both Jeremy Corbyn and Keir Starmer have made it clear Labour will vote against a Brexit deal that falls short of Labour's six tests.

Whatever you think of Brexit, some Brexits are definitely worse than others - with greater damage to the country and its economy, more jobs lost and greater damage to our NHS. The campaign to keep Britain in the single market and customs union is about ensuring that we have the least damaging Brexit. This is your chance to hear how we protect jobs, defend our rights and have the capacity to reinvest in our communities.

We cannot afford to leave the field to the Tories or the vested interests they have always represented will win. The voices of Labour members making loud arguments in favour of continued membership of the single market and customs union are going to be crucial over the coming year. This event is your opportunity to listen to the arguments, ask questions and learn what you can do to help.

You can sign up to the event here: https://lcsm-portsmouth.eventbrite.co.uk

Places are limited so book your place today.

If you can't make the event but want to find out more, go to www.labour4singlemarket.org and follow @laboursinglemkt@laboursinglemkt on Twitter.



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