Welcome to Grassroots Labour
London Regional Conference 2016: centre left candidates & model motions Print E-mail
Sunday, 16 October 2016
Centre left candidates and their statements, where available (click on name)

Vice-chair: Niamh O'Brady (Brentford & Isleworth CLP and Unite the Union)
National Policy Forum representatives (2 places): 
- 1. Sam Gurney (Walthamstow CLP and GMB) 
- 2. Kate Purcell (Leyton & Wanstead CLP)
A timely book about the Labour Party by CLPD Chair Gaye Johnston Print E-mail
Sunday, 09 October 2016

New Labour: Was the Gain Worth the Continuing Pain:

What the New Labour Heresy Did to a Democratic Socialist Party and how that impacts on Corbyn's Labour Party today

by Gaye Johnston

Conference Guide 2016 Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 September 2016
Peter Willsman’s Conference Guide 2016 can be downloaded here
Vote for Jeremy Print E-mail
Monday, 22 August 2016
Peter Willsman reports from Labour’s September executive Print E-mail
Friday, 23 September 2016

National Executive Committee 20 September 2016

The NEC lasted for some 8 and half hours – the sandwiches and tea had been provided but the staff, due to massive pressure of work at the moment, were unable to organise sleeping bags. Jeremy Corbyn was present from beginning to end. As you will see, in some ways this was a totally unique meeting.

Contemporary motions 2016 Print E-mail
Thursday, 25 August 2016

Each CLP can submit a Contemporary Motion to this year’s Annual Conference (closing date 12 noon on Thursday 15 September 2016), provided the CLP did not submit a rule change in 2016.

While this year CLP meetings are suspended until the conclusion of the Leadership election, the NEC has agreed that a meeting may be held to consider essential Annual Conference business, including Contemporary Motions.

The title should be a maximum of 10 words and the motion a maximum of 250 words.

Contemporary Motions are one of the few opportunities that constituencies have to influence the Conference agenda and thus the Party’s policy making.

CLPD's model draft Contemporary Motions can be found here.

Vote for centre left candidates for Labour's NEC Print E-mail
Friday, 22 July 2016
Centre left candidates for the 2016 Labour Party NEC elections

Ann Black
Christine Shawcroft
Claudia Webbe
Darren Williams
Peter Willsman
Rhea Wolfson
Download the 2 sided A4 leaflet here 
Download the 1 sided A5 leaflet here  

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