CROW TIME TO SPLIT.
The RMT leader said they need a new party to represent them as Labour are "failing them on the big issues".
He said: "The sad truth now is on the main policy issues like cuts and privatisation - you cannot put a fag paper between Labour and the Liberal-Tory Coalition.
"The achievements of Labour in the years after World War II should never be underestimated but they are now history.
"The time for a new party of Labour that fights as hard for the working class as the Tories fight for their class is now."
The RMT were expelled from Labour in 2004.
WE SAY PAGE 16
SPEECH Bob Crow yesterday
CALLING THE TUNE Bands at Durham Miners' Gala
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