Labour's National Policy Forum (NPF) has launched a new policy consultation. We want to hear your ideas on how we can re-shape our policy platform to win the next General Election and ensure a fairer Britain for all.
As part of the National Policy Forum’s ongoing policy consultation, a number of events are taking place across the regions and nations of the UK. Members and supporters and invited to take part and have their say.
In spring 2018 the National policy Forum will be publishing a nation-wide consultation on eight key areas looking at how we further develop the policies set out in our manifesto. We have chosen eight key areas to examine and we want to hear your thoughts.
Labour’s real Living Wage will reflect the cost of living, by raising the legal minimum wage for all to at least £10 an hour by 2020, it will give more than five and a half million people a pay rise in the process.
Labour Party Conference marks the yearly summation of the Party’s policy development work. Brighton saw a vibrant discussion on policy in forums ranging from informal conversation to specially organised discussions on key topics.
Labour is running a campaign throughout the summer, with a different theme each week, detailing our policy programme for a fairer and more equal Britain. During this campaign Labour Policy Forum wants to hear your ideas on the challenges we face and to help build on our progressive policies for the many, not the few.
Following the Conservative proposals in the Queen’s Speech, Labour has responded detailing measures it would bring forward to address the big challenges facing Britain and the crisis in public services.
Today Labour has launched its General Election Manifesto 2017. This manifesto shows a fairer Britain is possible with a Labour government that would put the interests of the many before those of the few.