Sinn Féin MP for Belfast North, John Finucane, calls for urgent action to address the cost of living crisis. It’s now five months since the people of the north had their say in an Assembly election. They voted for real change, for hope and for an Executive that would deliver for all. They voted for… Continue reading We need an Executive now!
Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney North & Stoke Newington, asks how Labour can be trusted to tackle racism when our own house is not in order. Ever since the first imposition of austerity in 2010 there has been a deliberate attempt by successive Tory-led governments to whip up racism. There should be no doubt that… Continue reading Abuse of women and ethnic minorities in public life
Labour Briefing Co-op deplores the suspension of newly elected NEC member Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi. This is clearly intended to frustrate the democratic decision of members and draw attention away from the shocking contents of Al Jazeera's The Labour Files which contains a wealth of information on the shocking persecution of Jewish socialists within the party. Below… Continue reading Suspension of Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi
The Sinn Fein fringe meeting at Labour Party Conference is at 6.30pm on Sunday 25th September. It takes place at The Royal Suite, Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel, Chapel Street, Liverpool L3 9AG. Speakers include: Sinn Fein Vice-President and First Minister Designate, Michelle O'Neill MLA Labour's Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Peter Kyle… Continue reading Sinn Fein fringe meeting
LfIU Labour Party Conference fringe meeting The Labour for Irish Unity (LfIU) fringe meeting at this year’s Labour Party Conference takes place on Monday 26th September from 7-8.30pm at The Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BT. A new and united Ireland – join the conversation: Michelle O’Neill, Designate Northern Ireland First Minister,… Continue reading Labour for Irish Unity
Dave Levy, Lewisham Deptford CLP, has been looking at the Labour Party’s published accounts for 2021. They make alarming reading. In August, the Labour Party published its annual accounts for 2021. There has been much discussion of the headlines, that in 2021 the party made a £5m operating loss having spent a record for a… Continue reading Follow the Money