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ENG: The Labour Party is a centre-left political party in the United Kingdom, and one of the two main British political parties along with the Conservative Party. It has been described as a broad church, containing a diversity of ideological trends from strongly socialist, to more moderately social democratic. Founded in 1900, the Labour Party overtook the Liberal Party in general elections during the early 1920s and formed minority governments under Ramsay MacDonald in 1924 and 1929–1931. The party was in a wartime coalition from 1940 to 1945, after which it formed a majority government under Clement Attlee. Labour was also in government from 1964 to 1970 under Harold Wilson and from 1974 to 1979, first under Wilson and then James Callaghan. The Labour Party was last in ...
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Stop the War Coalition protest against attacks on Libya


As western forces led by the US and strongly supported by France and the UK continued their air assault on Libya for a second day and Colonel Gaddafi promised a long war of resistance a small group of protesters organised by the Stop the War Coalition gathered opposite 10 Downing Street in London to call for an immediate halt to hostilities.The group of about 100 people stayed for about an hour and heard speeches from the Labour anti war MP Jeremy Corbyn and the former Respect MP George Galloway who noted that it was the eve of the 8th anniversary of Shock and Awe that led to the invasion of ...


Labour at 20% - just how low can Gordon Brown go?


Two opinion polls land and the findings are just beyond terrible for Labour. A BPIX poll for the Mail on Sunday puts Labour on 20% - the party's lowest ever rating in any opinion poll. Party strategists, such as general election supremo Douglas Alexander, will now be feeling nostalgic for the days when Labour hit the heights of the mid-20s. But there's bad news for all the main parties, with others and UKIP on the rise in the wake of the MPs' expenses scandal.The BPIX figures for Westminster give the Conservatives 42% (-3), Labour 20% (-3) and Lib Dems 15% (-2%). That's a 22 point lead and if ...


U.K. Labour Lawmakers Fight Royal Mail Privatization


Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) -- At least 71 lawmakers from Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s Labour Party called for the U.K. government to reject plans to sell a minority stake in the state-owned postal service Royal Mail Group Plc.Geraldine Smith proposed a parliamentary motion calling on ministers to back a “wholly publicly owned” postal service and to abandon plans to sell off a minority share in the business, which “would risk fracturing one of Britain’s greatest public services.”The motion, which is not binding on the government, was signed by former ministers ...


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Labour party must make clear it doesn't want to harm business - The Guardian
The GuardianLabour party must make clear it doesn't want to harm businessThe Guardian"Even if Labour doesn't wish to harm business, this isn't sufficiently clear. It needs sorting out in the coming year," Lord Mandelson told the FT. He was right. Ed Miliband has allowed himself to be painted as relentlessly anti-business. Some of the ...UK: Labour Party targets unemployed youth for benefit withdrawalWorld Socialist Web SiteLabour offers olive branch to business by targeting tax and investmentThe GuardianLabour: Ed Miliband in £30bn local funding planBBC NewsYahoo News UK -Daily Mailall 195 news articles »
EPMU increases donation to Labour Party - 3News NZ
EPMU increases donation to Labour Party3News NZThe Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union says there's nothing to be read into a $20,000 increase in its donation to Labour's election campaign. Delegates for the EPMU endorsed donations of $60,000 to Labour's campaign and $15,000 to the ...Unions back Labour and Greens with $120000New Zealand HeraldUnion reveals election campaign funding for Labour, GreensTVNZEPMU national conference endorses political donationsScoop.co.nz (press release)all 10 news articles »
Labour Party puts forward new Bill to end NHS 'privatisation' - Pulse
Labour Party puts forward new Bill to end NHS 'privatisation'PulseThe Labour Party is putting forward a Bill this week which aims to remove the compulsion for NHS commissioners to put services out to competitive tender, it has announced. The party said it will back a private member's Bill from Clive Efford, the ...
Unite to fund Labour to make election 'fair fight' - BBC News
BBC NewsUnite to fund Labour to make election 'fair fight'BBC NewsThe UK's biggest trade union says it will fund Labour's election campaign, saying it will not let the party fight with "one hand tied behind its back". Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said members faced "the fight" of their lives to oust the ...Unite stands 'fully behind' LabourBiggleswade TodayLurching Labour offers only mixed messagesTelegraph.co.ukall 84 news articles »



 
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