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Contemporary motions 2014 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014

Each CLP can submit a Contemporary Motion to this year’s Annual Conference (closing date 12 noon on Thursday 11 September 2014), provided the CLP did not submit a rule change in 2014.

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.

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Memorial Meeting for Vladimir Derer, 1919-2014 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014

 

Founder member and Secretary of CLPD for some 30 years

Thursday, 30th October, 6-8pm

Invited speakers will pay tribute to Vladimir's life and his work establishing CLPD

Attlee Suite, Portcullis House, Embankment, London SW1. Adjacent to Westminster Tube. (Please allow 15 mins to pass through security) 

 

 
CLPD- Fringe Meeting 2014 TUC Congress Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014
Campaign for Labour Party Democracy - Fringe Meeting at 2014 TUC Congress
 
The Unions and the Labour Party
– How to build the strength and influence of the TUs within the Labour Party and ensure we win in 2015 
 
1pm, Tuesday 9 September
Premier Inn, Room 4, Albert Dock, Liverpool

Speakers
Mohammed Azam (former member, Labour Party NEC)
Lucille Harvey (Youth rep. on Unite Political Committee)
Billy Hayes (CWU)
Gaye Johnston (Chair, CLPD)
Jon Lansman (LeftFutures website)
Len McCluskey (Unite)
Hazel Nolan (GMB rep. on Young Labour National Committee)
Peter Willsman (Secretary, CLPD)

Chair: Glen Williams (Branch Secretary, Sefton Unison)

 
Campaign Briefing 2014 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014
CLPD's Campaign Briefing 2014 can be downloaded here
 
CLPD meetings at Labour Party Annual Conference 2014 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014

CLPD rally and delegates’ briefing & CLPD Conference Assessment and review of the week

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Organising for Labour in Scotland Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014

Article for CLPD newsletter (Aug 2014)

The Scottish Labour Policy Forum members were elected in January 2014, and Commissions have been set up around four broad policy themes. These are: Creating Safe and Prosperous Communities; Providing Opportunities for Learning; Building a Healthier, Fairer society; and Working Together to Generate Growth.

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Ann Black reports from the National Executive Committee of 22 July 2014 Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 August 2014

NEC meetings always start with tributes to members who have died, and in July these included Bob Jones, the police and crime commissioner for the West Midlands, who was just 59.  The by-election for the PCC was triggered, disrespectfully, even before his funeral, and would be held on 21 August.  Because there was no time to ballot members an NEC panel had selected David Jamieson as Labour’s candidate, with acting PCC Yvonne Mosquito as his running-mate. 

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