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.

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Labour Party Policy Consultation - Have your say

Six policy consultation documents drafted by the Policy Commissions and agreed by the Joint Policy Committee (JPC) were distributed to CLPs, stakeholders and affiliates after the 3 May elections. The documents can be viewed or downloaded online at www.labour.org.uk/have-your-say.

The Labour Party is hoping that as many CLPs and stakeholders as possible will make submissions by Monday 12 June - submissions made by this date will be fed in to the National Policy Forum meeting on 16/17 June meeting in Birmingham. CLPs and stakeholders can still make submissions after this date, and those received by the end of June will reach policy commissions as they make amendments to the six policy documents before they go forward to Annual Conference.

Submissions from CLPs, individual party members, or other stakeholders can be uploaded on the consultation page on the party website here: www.labour.org.uk/have-your-say. Alternatively they can be sent by email to the appropriate policy commission's inbox:

Britain in the World: PiP.britainintheworld@labour.org.uk
Crime, Justice, Citizenship and Equalities: PiP.crimejustice@labour.org.uk
Education and Skills: PiP.education@labour.org.uk
Health: PiP.health@labour.org.uk
Prosperity and Work: PiP.prosperity@labour.org.uk
Sustainable Communities: PiP.communities@labour.org.uk


Anonymous Anonymous said...

"unelectable positions like unilateral disarmament"

Luke omits the word 'nuclear' and, once again, provides no evidence for such an assertion.

Labour would not have won in 1983 regardless of its policies due to trauma, an extremely poor campaign, the record of the previous Labour government etc.

5:16 pm, June 11, 2012

Anonymous Anonymous said...

On you tube, Ed Miliband is advised to machine gun the Tories by an elderly lady.

And then there was that incident with the egg. Those kind of 'tests' show that he can keep his composure in difficult situations. That is worth something.

11:20 am, June 15, 2012


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