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Final NPF Report to be debated at Conference

Annual Conference starts this weekend, and debates will focus on the report of the National Policy Forum. We would like to thank all the local parties and members who sent in submissions and amendments to the draft documents issued in the Spring. The NPF met in Milton Keynes in July and as reps we took [...]

New policy documents launched – have your say on the 2015 Manifesto

Dear colleague With less than 15 months to go to the next general  election, the party’s policy making process is entering the last round of consultations, and new policy documents have been released covering the whole range of policy. This is your chance, as a local CLP, branch or as an individual, to have your [...]

The Labour 2015 pledge card

There have been several important policy announcements at and since Conference. Here’s what our 2015 pledge card will say: Gas and electricity prices will be frozen until 2017, and ensure companies cannot both generate and sell energy, to break up Big 6 cartel reintroduce the 10p tax rate and save tax for 24m people free [...]

Motions at Conference

We think members will be pleased with the motions passed this year. There are a lot of issues raised by members that were dealt with in the motions. The full texts are here, but in summary: rail – Conference voted to take back into public ownership all rail franchises as they come up for renewal [...]

Rule changes and elections at Conference 2013

Details here

NPF Annual Report 2013

You can read the 2013 NPF report passed by Conference here NPF Report 2013. It reports on the conclusions of the past 12 months of debates on the issues agreed by conference last year.

Ending the 2012-2013 cycle

Thank you for all your comments and submissions to the National Policy Forum debates over the past six months. As you may know, the policy process was changed after a vote at Annual Conference last year, so that each year the NPF spends most of its time working on a few priority issues set by [...]

New policy documents

Dear colleagues, At Annual Conference the final changes to the new party policy-making process were agreed. New policy documents are now available to be discussed, but these are a new type of document and the process is quite different, so here is some more information. The new process means that instead of large documents trying [...]

Thank you

Dear colleagues, We would all like to thank you for our support during the NPF elections. The results were announced yesterday and we are pleased to say that we were all elected. We look forward to continuing to work hard to represent your views over the coming two years – together we have to develop [...]

Kent Young Labour and Labour Students policy forum

  Kent Young Labour and Labour Students held a joint policy forum meeting in May. You can read the summary document here Kent Uni Policy Forum May 2012