The election on 8th June marks a fundamental turning point in British politics. It has transformed the country already, demonstrating the enormous anger that has built up against the Establishment and austerity.

The Tories are now in an immense crisis. In the words of George Osborne, Theresa May is a "dead woman walking". Another election is on the cards in the next few months - an election that Jeremy Corbyn and Labour could win, now that they have the momentum behind them.

In this meeting of Socialist Appeal supporters on Wednesday 14th June, Rob Sewell - editor of Socialist Appeal - discusses the implications of these election results and the tremendous instability that they have caused for the ruling class. What is the way forward for the Corbyn movement and the fight for socialism?