Submitting your idea
Submitting your idea is quick and easy. Here’s a quick guide to making a submission on the website.
You need to log in to make a submission:
- Labour Members can log in using the same details used to access MyLabour.
- If you’re not a Member or don’t know these details, you can register as a guest.
After you have logged in, find ‘Get involved’ in the grey bar at the top of the page and select ‘Make a Submission'.
This takes you to the submission page, and you can fill in the form responses as follows:
- Title: Choose a title for your submission e.g. ‘My response to the everyday economy consultation'
- Commission: Each consultation paper has been produced by one of six policy commissions; select the commission relevant to the document you want to respond to
- Commission topics: Select the consultation topic from the list
- Categories: (Optional) Categories are key words included in your submission to identify any specific policy areas you have included in your submission e.g. 'NHS', 'Primary Schools'
- Content: You have up to 600 words to write your reply to the consultation
- Attachments: If your reply is longer than 600 words, you can write it up in a separate document and attach it
- ‘Post As’: Choose how you would like your name to appear at the bottom of your submission
- Organisations & CLPs: If you are replying on behalf of an organisation, or a CLP/BLP select the appropriate box. Please note that we are only accepting submissions from organisations or CLPs/BLPs. We are not accepting submissions from individual party members.
Select submit and you are done.
You will receive a confirmation email that your submission has been successfully uploaded and it will be posted online for other people to see and comment on. Your submission will also be sent to the relevant policy commission for discussion at a future meeting.
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