An interesting sense of priorities
There are nine groups of contemporary resolutions, of which delegates are voting to prioritise eight to actually be debated this week.
The unions get to choose 4 subjects, so there is no point constituency delegates voting for any of them when they choose their own 4 priority subjects.
Which means effectively that constituency delegates are choosing 4 topics from 5.
"Campaign Briefing", the fetching yellow instruction sheet for leftie delegates incapable of making up their own mind (published in a rare display of unity by CLPD, the Grassroots Alliance and the Campaign Group of MPs) has therefore set out which 4 its massed ranks (or more likely dozen or so) of delegates should support.
The policy they don't want prioritised for debate is SERA's model motion on Climate Change.
Does this mean that little things like the future of the planet are viewed by the comrades as a bourgeois deviation from the class struggle?