Labour Party

Democratise Labour Women’s conference

Labour Women’s conference takes place in Brighton on Saturday September 23. But the conference will consider no resolutions and has no mechanism to impact on the main [...]

21st September 2017 // 0 Comments

No backsliding on Palestinian rights

Labour’s National Policy Forum is trying to weaken an already inadequate party policy on Palestine explains Ariel Pardess Jeremy Corbyn led the Labour Party into the May [...]

15th September 2017 // 0 Comments

Jewish Voice for Labour launched

As awareness of, and hostility to, the racism and war crimes of the Israeli state continue to grow, the state and its Zionist apologists respond ever-more desperately. Since [...]

29th August 2017 // 2 Comments

Step up the noise!

My ears are ringing says Terry Conway In four days I was on two protests when noise has been a central element of the action. Defend the Ritzy workers I spent time last [...]

6th July 2017 // 1 Comment

A stunning result for Corbyn and Labour

Alan Davies argues: The election result is a triumph for Labour. Although the party has fallen marginally short of enough seats to form a government, Jeremy Corbyn has pulled [...]

9th June 2017 // 7 Comments

All to play for!

This is the most remarkable election campaign in living memory, argues Veronica Fagan. Labour under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership has dramatically narrowed the Tory lead. [...]

1st June 2017 // 0 Comments

More than voting now!

Ian Parker is on the doorstep with Labour. These are the last days, a countdown to 8 June, and to a vote that will set the course for more austerity, more privatisation and a [...]

30th May 2017 // 0 Comments

For a Labour victory on June 8

Labour’s election manifesto launch has boosted Corbyn’s campaign, which has been drawing thousands to rallies across the country. Debate has shifted to a new level, [...]

18th May 2017 // 2 Comments

Tory threat rises in Scotland

It’s not possible to deal with the local election results in Scotland in the same breath as those in England and Wales, argues Susan Moore. There are some organisational [...]

11th May 2017 // 0 Comments

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