Monthly Archives: June 2012

Linking Lords Reform to the real world

There are now two books on my iPad bookshelf. One of them is the Labour Party Rule book. The other is the draft Bill folks keep calling Nicks Bill. Don’t give him all the credit for it. The House of … Continue reading

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Would electing one NEC rep per region end the tendency to vote for slates? Around 25% of members participated in the election this year.

I did all I could as constituency secretary to promote discussion and encourage participation in the recent NEC and NPF elections. The options I had included promoting one candidate, promoting those candidates I thought kept us informed (inevitably encouraging incumbency), … Continue reading

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all those elections

We have our constituency AGM this week.  There are no delegates. All members can come along and join in. Which means making sure a far wider group of people have the right pieces of paper to enable them to participate. … Continue reading

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