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  • Andrew Adonis: Don’t leave Labour. Stay and fight for a people’s vote

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 23:10:01 +0000

    In 1994 I faced one of the toughest choices of my political career: should I join the Labour Party or stay in the Liberal Democrats? Anguished, I asked Roy Jenkins, founder of the SDP and my hero and mentor, what I should do. Without a moment’s hesitation, he said “join the large social democratic party not the small one, and stick to it”. He was right in the situation we then faced. Some are now confronted with the opposite choice: […]

  • Gareth Snell: A ‘people’s vote’? It’s an electoral headache for Labour

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 23:01:56 +0000

    ‘Labour accepts the result of the referendum.’ That’s the opening line of the Brexit chapter in our dazzling manifesto that proved so popular at last year’s general election. Jeremy has said it, John McDonnell has said it and Sir Keir has said it. But as the debate moves on, the 2017 election seems a long time ago and what is now almost inevitable is Labour adopting another referendum as party policy at party conference. The pressure on the party’s leadership […]

  • Tim Bale: Online or offline? A look at the activism of Labour members

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 23:00:42 +0000

    As the last general election showed, when it comes to campaigning, boots on the ground can sometimes beat cash in the bank. Labour’s huge advantage over the Tories in terms of membership must surely have counted for something in close races –  as long, that is, as a decent proportion of those members are actually active. These are the sort of people who will volunteer for phone banks, deliver leaflets, and canvass door-to-door in the run-up to the election, and […]

  • Why is the Labour Party machine ignoring members on voting reform?

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 15:00:45 +0000

    With the culmination of the democracy review, this year’s conference is supposed to be about putting policy-making in the hands of party members. So why are Labour’s policy-making bodies ignoring members’ calls for proportional representation? In recent months, Labour has seen unprecedented demand from members for the party to commit to electoral reform and, as a first step, to consult the membership on whether to back proportional representation as policy. Make Votes Matter can reveal that 44 Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs) have […]

  • Holly Lynch: The government must provide a fair deal for Ministry of Defence Police

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 14:00:46 +0000

    Earlier this year, I had the chance to visit HMNB Portsmouth where Ministry of Defence Police (MDP) are tasked with protecting our brand new HMS Queen Elizabeth II aircraft carrier. Not an easy role when you consider that she’s the size of three football pitches. The MDP is the dedicated civilian police force of the MoD, and whilst I felt I had a good understanding of policing, having worked hard to secure the ‘Protect The Protectors’ bill that only recently […]

  • What does a left-wing Labour Party look like? It’s crunch time for internal democracy

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 10:37:51 +0000

    Sign up to LabourList’s morning email for everything Labour, every weekday morning. Tom Watson announces a fresh set of tough policies on the “public health emergency” that is “problem gambling” today. Labour is calling for a ‘whistle to whistle’ ban on live sports gambling adverts, borrowing an idea from the Australian government, plus a new levy on operators and a ban on credit card betting. The deputy leader and the shadow digital, culture, media and sport secretary said: ““The refusal […]

  • Luke Akehurst: The rule changes going to conference – and what they mean for Labour

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 07:33:40 +0000

    What happened at Tuesday’s Labour national executive committee (NEC) meeting about the democracy review and other rule changes? Overall, the outcomes have deeply upset the hard left. Aaron Bastani of left website Novara Media has tweeted: “It appears the democracy review won’t just be watered down, but will be a giant step backwards.” And: “No exaggeration to say project could be kaput by this time next week. What is being proposed makes the chance of a successor to Corbyn sharing his […]

  • Huda Elmi: Labour’s grassroots have three days to be heard – or forgotten

    labourlist.org | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 07:31:42 +0000

    “Things can change – and they will.” When Jeremy Corbyn spoke those words in September 2015, he was looking out over a changed party. For one, hundreds of thousands of people had joined Labour, rescuing it from financial and ideological straits. Indeed, by way of contrast, when Gordon Brown took over in 2007, our membership stood at its lowest ever with just 180,000 compared to the over 500,000 we have today. But more importantly, he was looking out over a […]

  • Neil Coyle: Profiteering from terrorism must end

    labourlist.org | Wed, 19 Sep 2018 14:23:56 +0000

    Last year the UK experienced terror attacks and tragedy on an unprecedented scale. As families and communities tried to come to terms with loss and bereavement, British people demonstrated typical generosity and determination by donating huge sums to the victims and families affected. The great, Great British public donated £10m to the people affected by the Manchester Arena attack, the Grenfell disaster and the London Bridge and Borough Market terrorism in my own constituency. Sadly, not everyone involved in helping […]

  • Local Labour leaders attack Tory austerity with new campaign

    labourlist.org | Wed, 19 Sep 2018 11:33:46 +0000

    24 Labour council leaders and 12 local Labour group leaders have signed an open letter calling on Theresa May’s administration to recognise the impact of austerity on local government and reverse it. The letter, which accuses the government of “destroying the social contract”, kicks off a campaign to be launched by Councils Against Austerity at party conference. The group aims to raise awareness of the effects Tory cuts have had on local councils and service provision. Below is their open letter in […]

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