We believe a Labour Government must commit to radical, redistributive economic reform: a green new deal for working people, investment in social care and urgent action to address inequality. 

We support anti-racism movements and reject the right’s ‘culture war’ narrative which attempts to whip up division and distract from the reality of increasing economic and social inequality. 

We also support the advancement of disabled peoples’, women’s and LGBTQ+ rights and greater representation for those under-represented in politics and public life. 

We want to strengthen trade unions, scrapping regressive anti-trade union laws, promoting unionisation drives, and ending exploitative employment practices and insecurity. 

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