Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is coming to Brighton to address supporters at a rally on Tuesday (2 August).
Constituency parties are banned from holding hustings during the leadership election contest – and the predominantly Corbyn-supporting Brighton, Hove and District Labour Party is currently suspended. It is also barred from organising hustings in the contest between Mr Corbyn and his challenger Owen Smith, a Sussex University graduate.
Instead the event has been organised by Momentum Brighton and Hove – part of a nationwide network of supporters of Mr Corbyn.
The speakers include Councillor Kevin Allen, who addressed a meeting of Momentum Brighton and Hove at the Friends’ Meeting House, in Brighton, on Thursday 21 July – a week after the local Labour party was suspended.
Mr Corbyn will be speaking at an event which is due to take place at the Hilton Brighton Metropole on Tuesday at 7pm.
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