Workers on Boards: The Start of an Economic Alternative

By Jeevan Jones / @JeevanJones Amid the sometimes very public debates about the Labour Party‚Äôs day-to-day operations, it can be easy to lose sight of another very important aspect of the party: its policy making process. With a general election some years away and almost a year after a disastrous defeat, there is a real … Continued

Here We Go Again

By Ann Black Labour is reviewing its policy-making processes for the umpteenth time since the national policy forum (NPF) was established in 1997. After 18 years most members still cannot name their representatives, and still feel that their views vanish into the ether. One-member-one-vote elections and the Your Britain website have made little difference out … Continued