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  • Comment Featured It is a tragedy for society that anyone should be on the streets – Labour must lead the fight to end homelessness

    It is a tragedy for society that anyone should be on the streets – Labour must lead the fight to end homelessness

    Sam Stopp is a Labour councillor in the London Borough of Brent and is the Chair and founder of LCEH. Ryan Maynes is a Labour activist and Head of Policy at LCEH. Just over a year ago, in the midst of the previous Labour leadership election, we launched The Labour Campaign to End Homelessness. We did so with the ultimate aim of removing from our vastly rich society the Dickensian tragedy that sees thousands upon thousands of people in this […]

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  • Featured News Tom Watson announces commission on “fourth industrial revolution”

    Tom Watson announces commission on “fourth industrial revolution”

    Tom Watson will today announce an independent commission to examine the impact of the “fourth industrial revolution”. The deputy leader will today tell Labour conference that the world of work is getting “ever more complex and uncertain” because of new technology that can do jobs and tasks that “we thought only humans can do”. Watson’s speech comes off the back of an exclusive YouGov poll, designed in conjunction with Professor Michael Osborne at Oxford University, which found that 34% of workers […]

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  • Featured News Let city wins be the start of Labour’s route back to power, says Sadiq Khan

    Let city wins be the start of Labour’s route back to power, says Sadiq Khan

    Winning mayoral elections across the country can work as a blueprint for success in a general election, Sadiq Khan will tell Labour conference today. In his first conference speech since becoming Mayor of London, Khan will make an impassioned case that Labour “will never, ever be good enough” if it is not in power. Khan won the London mayoralty in a sensational landslide this May, earning more personal votes than any politician in British history as 1.3 million people turned […]

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  • Comment Scotland Labour governments are best when they are bold – Kezia Dugdale’s speech to conference

    Labour governments are best when they are bold – Kezia Dugdale’s speech to conference

    Thank you. Conference, it’s great to be here in Liverpool, in a city with Labour MPs, a Labour Council and a Labour Mayor. And I’m hoping next year we can celebrate when this city elects Steve Rotheram as Labour’s first metro mayor for Liverpool. Conference, we meet here in Liverpool united in our determination to make Labour a party of Government once again. I congratulate Jeremy Corbyn on his victory in the leadership election and I’m looking forward to continuing […]

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  • Featured News Conference liveblog: Reforms on NEC, party devolution and illegal budgets passes

    Conference liveblog: Reforms on NEC, party devolution and illegal budgets passes

    10.07: After a rowdy morning in the conference hall, the party reforms have passed. We will bring you an update on what that means shortly. 09.24: It seems like Unite delegates will be abstaining on the party reforms package, which means the rule changes are now more likely to pass. Sources say the union supports most of the items, but is sceptical about handing Carwyn Jones and Kezia Dugdale the power to each select an NEC rep. 8.55: Today will also […]

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