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CAC election: Peter Willsman email to CLP Secretaries Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 February 2015

Election of Labour Party Conference Arrangements Committee (Constituency Section)

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CLPD Annual General Meeting 2015 Print E-mail
Sunday, 08 February 2015
CLPD AGM 2015 will be on Saturday 28 February, from 11.30am at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL. 
 
Speakers include: Diane Abbott, Billy Hayes, Kelvin Hopkins, Kate Osamor, Alice Perry and Christine Shawcroft

Non-members welcome as observers.
 
Nominate Gary Heather for National Constitutional Committee – Election 2015 Print E-mail
Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Nominations for the NCC can be made up till 10 June.
 
CLPs are encouraged to nominate Gary Heather, who would ensure CLPs are well represented.

A letter from Gary can be found here
 
Fringe Meeting: London Labour Regional Conference 2014 Print E-mail
Friday, 28 November 2014

London Labour Regional Conference 2014

12.45pm Sunday 30 November

CLPD/LLL - lunchtime fringe meeting

Winning London - the progressive agenda

Speakers:

Diane Abbott MP
Lucy Anderson MEP
Jim Kelly Chair Unite London & Eastern Region
Francis Prideaux
Chair: Sam Gurney (National Policy Forum member)

Room 4 Holiday Inn
124 King Street, Hammersmith
London W6 0QU

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National Executive Committee, 27 January 2015 Print E-mail
Friday, 06 February 2015

Ed Miliband was in Manchester launching Labour’s health pledge, so European leader Glenis Willmott MEP gave the opening report.  Labour MEPs opposed an increase in the budget because of continuing waste on the common agricultural policy, and were campaigning on violence against women, assistance for disabled people, allegations of corruption against EU officials in Kosovo, commitment to science and, with Steve Rotheram MP, on tyre safety.  On TTIP (transatlantic trade and investment partnership) Labour were working to protect public services, and for alternatives to the ISDS (investor state dispute settlement) whereby companies can sue governments, in secret, for interfering with their profits. 

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National Executive Committee, 4 November 2014 - Ann Black Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 December 2014

As usual the first meeting after conference was an extended session, setting strategy for the year ahead, with general election victory the over-riding objective.  Presentations showed an impressive level of organisation on the ground and increasingly sophisticated online operations.  The Tories will massively outspend us and regular donations from thousands of individuals were making a huge difference, though I stressed that members must be engaged in policy and valued as a source of ideas, not just of cash.  The European campaign fund had also helped to keep more than 100 organisers in post.  Overall membership had increased this year, with an extra 1.7% joining during conference week.

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Labour's hard right worried about advance of centre-left Print E-mail
Wednesday, 08 October 2014

Ann Black here reports on the centre-left winning a seat on the National Constitutional Committee about which Luke Akehurst of Labour First wrote:

“This is extremely concerning as it is the first time CLP conference delegates have elected a candidate from the left to a national committee for many years …

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