A blog by Luke Akehurst about politics, elections, and the Labour Party - With subtitles for the Hard of Left. Just for the record: all the views expressed here are entirely personal and do not necessarily represent the positions of any organisations I am a member of.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Conference - Tuesday

As predicted yesterday, I just missed election to the NPF. The London region results (to nearest half thousand) were:

Nicky Gavron 25,000 elected
Alon Or-Bach 18,000 elected
Lisa Homan 17,000 elected
Joanne Milligan 17,000 elected
Luke Akehurst 15,000
Mike Katz 10,000
Laura Bruni 8,000
Francis Prideaux 7,500
Lorraine Monk 4,000
Chris Roberts 3,000

The politics of this in very broad terms are that Nicky and Alon are both sort-of soft left, whilst Laura, Francis and Lorraine were on the Grassroots Alliance slate.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

so is it a defeat for the hard left? The soft left candidates did well, but the hard left was towards the bottom

12:16 pm, September 25, 2007

Blogger Quink said...

Bad luck.

1:31 pm, September 25, 2007

Anonymous Andrea said...

It looks as all GA backed candidates failed...in all regions...

3:18 pm, September 25, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unlucky Luke - do you have the results for the other regions.

PS: I have tagged you - please take a look at:


4:15 pm, September 25, 2007

Anonymous Andrea said...

"do you have the results for the other regions."

go to Save Labour Party website..there're all regions results

4:30 pm, September 25, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Chris Roberts the socially inept Leader of Greenwich Council by any chance?

4:49 pm, September 25, 2007

Anonymous Peter Kenyon said...

For full results go to:


and my blog for issues arising

6:04 pm, September 25, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

finally ... some good news!

12:06 pm, September 26, 2007

Blogger Chris Paul said...

Question for ya, Luke.

12:53 pm, September 26, 2007

Anonymous Dan said...

Luke, unlucky - but coming so close is still a pretty damn good result.

Chris Paul, do I get this right: you are complaining that Conference is unrepresentatively right wing?

5:40 pm, September 26, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

so to clarify...the soft left did well and the hard-right of the labour party were defeated?

i see you're painting it as a defeat for the CLGA but they backed Alon, although he wanted it kept off the Yellow Pages.

hope you're not too disappointed. clearly the hard-right slate still has problems with not being able to co-ordinate its slate and prevent those of similar politics challenging it...

written from the BIC conference centre...

12:17 am, September 27, 2007


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