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Len McCluskey will tell the union's national conference that Labour offers the chance to improve jobs and reverse privatisation of health services. He is expected to attack "the mindless austerity that the coalition has inflicted upon our people".
In 2005, when he became party leader, there were almost 300,000 members, but the figure has fallen below 130,000. Perhaps this is not surprising considering that Cameron has offended many traditional Conservative voters with his liberal,
Andrew Harrop, general secretary of the Fabian Society, a think tank with close links to Labour, lifted the lid on the row convulsing the party. His comments will lead to speculation Labour is hiding even more radical policies from voters ahead of
Scotland Yard wrote to SNP MP Angus MacNeil to confirm it was considering' his letter urging police to look at the matter. He contacted the force after former Lib Dem peer Lord Oakeshott claimed the practice remained rife. The letter has been passed
Trevor Mallard says immigration proposals not a bid for Island vote during run-up to election. Labour Party MP Trevor Mallard said the policies targeted at Pacific groups were unlikely to increase the total number of migrants coming to New Zealand.
Auckland [ change ] Rain Max 17° Min 11° National has its eye on regional votes Peter Wilson, Political Writer, NZ Newswire June 30, 2014, 4:01 am National will campaign hard in the regions on the back of the government's $212 million roading
Ours is a post-heroic age, and it is assumed that no one really deserves to be put on a pedestal. But I know of many people who deserve to be remembered for acts of overlooked heroism. The teachers who dedicate their lives to helping children from
No research, no digging, just someone with a smartphone who is willing to sit through boring meetings.' Photograph: Michael Media/ Alamy It was hardly Watergate. The head of Labour's policy review tips up at the Compass annual general meeting (I am
Ed Miliband's leadership could be in trouble ahead of the next general election, according to a senior figure in the Labour party. The head of Labour's policy review has admitted the party's recent statements on welfare are "cynical" and designed for
David Cunliffe, flanked by David Parker, left, and Grant Robertson...That's been Labour's response to businessman Donghua Liu claiming he donated tens of thousands of dollars to the Party...The danger for Labour is that Liu produces documents,