Comment
A new party may not be a threat to Corbyn—but his own membership could be by Emma Burnell | 17.01.19 | In: Comment Open Labour Co-Chair has a piece on the Prospect website arguing that the threat to the Corbyn project of disappointing members is not well enough understood.... Read More
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Open Labour: Why you should join our policy conference by Steve Lapsley | 16.01.19 | In: Comment Open Labour National Committee member Steve Lapsley has written for LabourList looking forward to our conference on the 26th January. 2018 was a... Read More
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A better approach to volunteers would be essential to winning a second referendum by Oliver Coppard | 15.01.19 | In: Comment This is the second in a series of reflections on the 2016 referendum campaign from former Field Director of Britain Stronger in Europe for Yorkshire, Oliver... Read More
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Building an Open Left by Sonja Lokar | 10.01.19 | In: Comment The issues for the Open Left are well-known to us. Accelerated globalisation has dramatically altered the social structures of societies in Europe and... Read More
Open Labour model motion to Branches and CLPs on holding a Brexit Special Conference by Open Labour | 09.01.19 | In: Governance Please see below a model motion to call for a Special Conference on Brexit. We urge you to take this to your CLPs and branches. It has now become a near... Read More
Comment
No Brexit Generation Game For The Welfare State by Matthew Donoghue & Mikko Kuisma | 07.01.19 | In: Comment Brexit, it is claimed, has widened an intergenerational divide. Baby boomers voted for Brexit, while millennials remained silent. This argument remains... Read More
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Lessons from the Remain campaign by Oliver Coppard | 29.12.18 | In: Comment I was the Field Director for Britain Stronger in Europe in Yorkshire, the Humber and Lincolnshire for six months preceding the referendum in June 2016. Perhaps... Read More
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Healing Our Divided Country by Nick Lowles | 19.12.18 | In: Comment Brexit is paralysing Britain. Parliament is deadlocked and the British people appear equally divided. They are frustrated and angry. And all the while, other... Read More
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The Future of Progressive Politics by Andrew Gamble | 17.12.18 | In: Comment  The last decade of austerity and slow recovery since the 2008 financial crash has also been a period of electoral defeats and setbacks for the... Read More
News
Open Labour Calls for Brexit Special Conference by Open Labour | 13.12.18 | In: News The Open Labour National Committee has decided to add their backing to the call made by the TSSA union for Labour to have an emergency special conference to... Read More
Editorial
Brexit, Brexit and more Brexit! by Open Labour | 28.11.18 | In: Editorial At our Summer Conference we launched our first pamphlet, Owning the Future: the Left’s Relationship with Europe - a collaborative initiative with Unison and... Read More
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John McDonnnell speech to Open Labour conference by Open Labour | 28.11.18 | In: Editorial At Open Labour conference this summer, John McDonnell talking candidly about Labour's approach the economy, Brexit and the leadership's... Read More