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From: The Socialist issue 918, 28 September 2016: #CorbynWins: No compromise on fighting austerity

Search site for keywords: What we saw - Liverpool - Socialist - Orgreave - Shrewsbury 24 - Militant - Jeremy Corbyn - Council - Hillsborough - John McDonnell

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Spirit of Shankly's new banner

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Socialist Liverpool FC supporters' group Spirit of Shankly recently unveiled its new banner.

As well as combining Liverpool and Everton colours, the banner prominently features Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell. It also backs foodbanks and carries union endorsements.

The roster of supported campaigns includes the Blacklist Support Group, Shrewsbury 24, Orgreave Truth and Justice - and, of course, the Hillsborough Justice Campaign.

Liverpool and Everton fans have a proud history of actively campaigning for working class interests. Supporters' groups stood alongside trade unionists to defend Liverpool's socialist council, led by Militant, the Socialist Party's forerunner.

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The government has now ripped up its 'austerity' mantra and turned to policies that not long ago were denounced as socialist. But after the corona crisis, it will try to make the working class pay for it, by trying to claw back what has been given.

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