The Greater London Labour Party (GLLP) Conference will take place online on 24th and 25th July. It was scheduled for November but the London Labour Regional Office has forced through bringing the conference forward to July in an attempt to benefit the rightwing of the party. The main organisations of the Labour left in London… Continue reading Support the left for London Labour
Keith Veness is back after recovering from 18 months of serious ill health. Greetings Comrades and glad to be back and coming out swinging again. I spent eighteen months in hospitals and care homes and was told I'd never walk again. I collapsed in agony when my L4 vertebra got seriously infected and poisoned my… Continue reading Back for Good!
There will be a series of elections for some of Labour’s internal national committees this year. They offer Labour Party members a chance to express their view on the direction of the party under Keir Starmer by voting for candidates that support an open and inclusive, democratic and radical party. Women’s Conference Labour Women’s Conference… Continue reading Support the left in Labour’s elections
Labour Women’s Conference will take place online over the weekend of 26th and 27th June. Each CLP or Women’s Branch can send two delegates, with at least one identifying as BAME, Disabled or LGBT+. All delegates must have been Labour members since at least 10th December 2020. Delegations must be registered by midnight on Wednesday… Continue reading Women’s Conference
Labour Party Leader and Deputy Leader Elections Ballot papers for these elections are being sent out from 24th February. The Labour Briefing Co-op is supporting Rebecca Long-Bailey for Labour Leader and Richard Burgon for Deputy Leader. These candidates support policies that will make people better off and that Labour needs in order to win the… Continue reading Labour Leader and Deputy Leader Elections
Stephen Beckett Labour Briefing Editorial Board member The result of the general election came as a shock, it was an upsetting shock, it was a painful shock and many exhausted activists are still in mourning. Who lost, Labour, obviously. Our party lost 2.5 million votes compared to 2017. But the Lib Dems despite gaining 1.5… Continue reading Don’t mourn, organise!