Definition of The Red Flag from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

The Red Flag

 
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the official song of the British Labour Party, written in 1889 by James Connell (1853-1929) and often sung at the end of large party meetings. The red flag is the international symbol of revolution and socialism. The song ends with its best-known line, ‘We'll keep the red flag flying here.’