The first set of composite motions going to Labour conference 2022, on: • Social care• Electoral reform• Equalities• “The challenges of growing our economy”• “Investing in infrastructure and the workforce”. Composites still to come: Climate crisis; Violence against women and girls; Early years and childcare; Workers’ pay; Health.
Link to the form to sign up to the protest against the ban on Workers’ Liberty
The motion below was passed by Islington South and Finsbury CLP on 21/9/22.
We have produced two four-page broadsheets for distribution at Labour Party conference (24-8 September, Liverpool). The first is a general one on a wide range of issues; the second is focused on energy and the cost-of-living crisis. You can download both below, and we’ll be giving out physical copies in Liverpool. (To contact at the […]
The motions to Labour Party conference haven’t been officially released yet, but we’ve got hold of a copy of the motions document. We’ll put up the document when we can. This overview is far from comprehensive, but flags up some key issues and pieces of text. It was written very quickly so apologies for any […]
This is the speech Nottingham East MP Nadia Whittome gave at the Progressive Economics conference at Greenwich University on 11 June. Thank you for having me here. It’s an honour to share a panel with such eminent speakers. I’ve worked with the Women’s Budget Group for a long time now. Since I was elected I’ve […]
Suggested text for motions for the 2022 Labour conference
We are supporting the following motions for Constituency Labour Parties to send to Labour conference 2022.
Millions face real-terms pay cuts – after a decade of wage stagnation or cuts for most.
More immediately: it seems extremely likely Starmer and Reeves’ idea of what constitutes “big measures” does not in fact match the desperate reality of the moment. What should labour movement and socialist activists demand and, so far as we can, push for Labour to advocate?