Exclusive: Every motion sent to Labour conference 2019

Sienna Rodgers

LabourList has obtained the list of every motion sent by local parties and trade unions to Labour conference 2019.

From the campaign for a green new deal to lobbying the party on Brexit, the document contains every proposal submitted for debate at the summit starting in Brighton on Saturday.

The compilation, which is not typically released to the party membership, was drawn up by the constitutional arrangements committee (CAC) – the body that oversees logistical arrangement.

This year, conference will be able to debate 20 motions – twice the number as it has previously been allowed to consider.

Update, September 19th: It appears that some of the motions sent to conference do not appear on the CAC list. The CAC recommends that concerned members email [email protected] with details of their missing motion.

Click here to view the list of motions submitted to Labour conference 2019.

The motion subject groupings, categorised by their appropriate policy commissions, are as follows…

Early Years, Education and Skills

  • LGBT + Inclusive Education for All
  • Schools

Economy, Business and Trade

  • Building Societies
  • Employment Rights
  • Foreign National Workers
  • Inclusive Ownership
  • Industrial Strategy
  • Insourcing
  • Public Services
  • Royal Mail
  • Tax reform
  • Well being budget
  • Working hours

Environment, Energy and Culture

  • Click Tax
  • Green New Deal
  • Renewable Energy

Health and Social Care

  • Mental Health
  • NHS
  • Social Care

Housing, Local Government and Transport

  • High Streets
  • Homelessness
  • Housing
  • Rural infrastructure


  • Armed Forces
  • Brexit
  • Ethical Foreign Policy
  • Kashmir
  • Yemen

Justice and Home Affairs

  • Access to Justice
  • Asylum
  • Drugs
  • Electoral Registration
  • Good Friday Agreement
  • Immigration
  • Immigration Detention
  • Probation Service
  • Proportional Representation
  • Registering abstentions
  • Sex Work
  • Youth Services

Work, Pensions and Equality

  • Equality for Trans and Non Binary people
  • Autism and Neurodiversity
  • Food Poverty
  • Mine Workers’ Pension Scheme
  • Pensioners’ Champions
  • Poverty
  • Social Security
  • Universal Basic Income
  • Women’s Pensions
  • Workplace deaths


  • Refer to NEC

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