Workers Party of Britain

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The Workers Party of Britain is a political party formed by British politician, broadcaster and writer, George Galloway, following the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party at the UK/2019 General Election.[1]

On 2 June 2021, the WPGB tweeted:

If you're a member, supporter or well wisher of #WorkersPartyGB; if you want to see the back of Sir Keith, get yourselves along to the former Brooklands bar on 268 Bradford Road, in Batley, Thursday 3rd June at 7:30pm, for the launch of our #BatleyAndSpenByelection campaign.[2]

 

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Document:Batley and Spen by-election: Palestine becomes potential dealbreakerArticle18 June 2021Alex MacDonaldAccording to Coral, Galloway is currently on 50/1 odds to win, compared to 2/1 for Leadbeater and 2/5 for Conservative candidate Ryan Stephenson. William Hill has the Conservatives on 1/3, Labour at 5/2 and the WPGB at 33/1.
Document:Labour has ignored its voters – it is now paying the priceArticle24 June 2021Paddy HannamGeorge Galloway speaks to Spiked Online about the problems faced by the Labour Party, and his campaign in the 2021 Batley and Spen by-election


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