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Peter Willsman reports from Labour’s emergency executive Print E-mail
Friday, 21 April 2017

National Executive Committee 19 April 2017

Following Theresa May’s breaking of her word on Tuesday 18 April, the NEC swung into action and had a meeting on Wednesday 19 April. It was a very upbeat and business-like meeting. Everyone was totally focused. A lot of work has already been done – the staff are really up for it. Andy Kerr was in the chair.

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Peter Willsman reports from Labour’s March executive Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 March 2017

National Executive Committee Tuesday 21st March 2017

A useful NEC: dominated by the comprehensive and impassioned presentation (by our two National Campaign Co-ordinators, Andrew Gwynne MP and Ian Lavery MP) of our preparation for the wide range of local elections in the Spring.

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New Labour dissected Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 December 2016

By Mike Phipps

Mike Phipps reviews New Labour: Was the Gain Worth the Continuing Pain?, by Dr Gaye Johnston, published on Kindle by Edition Publishing.

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Peter Willsman reports from Labour’s November executive Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 November 2016

National Executive Committee 22 November 2016 (‘Away Day’)

After several very tense and fractious set-tos there was clearly an effort made to have a tranquil NEC for a change. There was nothing faintly controversial on the agenda. The whole ‘Away Day’ was reminiscent of one of the Maharishi meditation sessions. Before reporting on the 22nd November NEC, there are two other meetings to quickly cover first.

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Peter Willsman reports from Labour’s January executive Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 January 2017

National Executive Committee 24 January 2017

For the second time running, we had a very tranquil NEC. This may be down to the fact that there was very little on the agenda that was controversial. The most noteworthy issues had arisen at the Disputes Panel and Organisation Committee held on the 17 January. I cover some of these issues below.

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NATIONAL POLICY FORUM MEETING LOUGHBOROUGH 19/20 November Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 December 2016

Yorkshire and Humber report

The first full NPF meeting since July 2014 was attended by approximately 150 representatives, about 75% of the NPF membership.

Ann Cryer, George McManus and George Norman attended from Yorkshire and the Humber. This is their joint report.

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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)
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