Campaign news archive - July 2013

The Case for Public Ownership

Bringing Telecommunications back in. Read the CWU’s booklet ‘The case for Public Ownership’ [continue...]

Beware of Primaries!

They anoint money and the media as the most important factors in candidate selection, argues Mike Phipps. [continue...]


This is a sample of responses to Ed Miliband’s email “Better Politics” to party members:  [continue...]

Not just in defence of the union link

Ed Miliband says he is “incredibly angry” about what has happened in Falkirk. To many, it might seem an odd set of priorities that our leader is “incredibly angry” about a remote constituency selection process. All the more so, as it’s just a week after the latest round of Coalition spending cuts, about which the whole Labour front bench seemed a great deal more relaxed. Indeed, many of the attacks on the poorest in society, such as the vicious requirement that newly redundant workers should wait seven days before being eligible for benefit, have been hailed as irreversible. Now that’s what makes many ordinary Party members angry. [continue...]

McClusky on Labour

Let’s hope that Ed Miliband will see the importance of Unite and the supportive membership. [continue...]

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