LP Democracy Review

The Labour Party Democracy Review is led by Katy Clark, Political Secretary to Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn and former Labour MP for North Ayrshire and Arran from 2005 – 2015.  Labour National Executive Committee (NEC) Chair Andy Kerr and NEC member Cllr Claudia Webbe are assisting Katy with the Review.  (The NEC is the Party’s ruling body when Party Conference is not in session.)

Comments for stage three of the Democracy Review can be submitted here.  The focus for stage three is Electing Our Leadership, How We Make Policy and The Way We Work.  The deadline is 28 June 2018.

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Katy Clark and Claudia Webbe, Brighton, 10 February 2018

On 10 February 2018 Katy and Claudia visited Brighton to hear feedback on stage two of the Democracy Review process from Labour members in Brighton and Hove.  The focus for stage two was Diversity & Participation, Building a Mass Membership, and Your Local Labour Party.  Film of Katy and Claudia’s contributions is available as follows:

Stage two submissions were made by Pavilion Labour, its branches and forums.  Stage one submissions had previously been made by Pavilion Labour, including the Women’s Forum, the Disabled Members’ Forum, and the Youth Forum.

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On 6 January 2018 Claudia Webbe attended Pavilion Labour’s discussion forum to introduce the Democracy Review process and procedures.  Claudia represents Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs) on Labour’s ruling NEC and is a councillor in Islington, with responsibility for transport and the environment.

Claudia answered members’ questions ahead of the 12 January 2018 deadline for submission of comments to stage one of the process, which focused on Young Labour, BAME Labour and Women’s Conference.  Video of Claudia’s contributions is available as follows: