3 edition of General correspondence and political records of th British Labour Party found in the catalog.
General correspondence and political records of th British Labour Party
|Series||Archives of the British Labour Party|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
Prominent Labour Party activist Mark Tann (who has met Tony & Cherie at Party functions) recently got a year sentence for raping a 4-year old girl on 2 separate occasions. Entire Labour Party conspired to conceal the activities of Labour Party activist and serial child-molester Mark Trotter, who died from AIDS before he could be convicted. In the constituency of Smethwick during the general election, supporters of Conservative candidate Peter Griffiths were reported to have used the slogan "if you want a nigger for a neighbour, vote Labour". The Conservatives always denied the slogan was theirs, saying it was the work of far-right activists; neo-Nazi British Movement leader Colin Jordan later claimed responsibility for.
This chapter discusses political parties and the media as two crucial institutions that provide avenues for accountability, as well as the burgeoning field of ‘social accountability’, in both elected and unelected regimes. The political party system is both an opportunity and a threat for activists and their organizations. Parties can be long-term institutional homes for policies and ideas. Since , the Co-operative Party has had an electoral pact with the Labour Party, with both parties agreeing not to stand candidates against each d, candidates selected by members of both parties contest elections using the description of Labour and Co-operative Party. The Co-operative Party is a legally separate entity from the Labour Party, and is registered as a political.
General correspondence is mostly with political colleagues discussing their and Cedric's writing projects, current events, and developments in leftist and socialist movements. (), the Cold War and the National Peace Party ('s), Cuba (), and the British Labor Party (). Also in this section Belfrage corresponds with Joan. Research commissioned by the Labour Party found a total of 26 health service contracts worth more than £m are currently out to tender, including .
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General Correspondence and Political Records: Part One: The Labour Representation Committee,18 reels Part Two: The Labour Party,15 reels Part Three: Records of the War Emergency Workers' National Committee,18 reels Part Four: Minutes and Records of the Women's Labour League,38 fiche Part Five: Subject Files (I),15 reels Part.
Archives of the British Labour party. Series 3: general correspondence and political records. Part 4, minutes and records of the Women's Labour League, Archives of the British Labour party. General correspondence and political records. Part 5 & 6, subject files, The Independent Labour Party (ILP) was a British left-wing political party founded in The ILP was affiliated with the Labour Party from to This collection contains minute books, annual reports, committee reports, conference resolutions, and weekly notes for speakers from the party.
Appearing at a critical juncture in the history of the Labour Party, Speak for Britain. provides an original and challenging interpretation of Labour's evolution from its sectional trade union origins to its present status as a national governing party. Making use of a wide range of primary sources as well as constituency party records that reveal the dynamics of membership recruitment and the 2/5(1).
The Parliamentary Labour Party is the organisation of Labour members of Parliament (MPs) founded in These papers cover that foundation; then follow the Party through Ramsay MacDonald's Governments, two world wars, the first Harold Wilson Government and the early part of his second Government.
The events in these records. The rise and partial decline of the Labour party is one of the most debated aspects of twentieth-century British political history. In this vigorously argued, challenging and wide-ranging new book, Andrew Thorpe surveys the history of the Labour party from its origins until its defeat in the election, and offers some thoughts on more recent developments, arguing that there is a surprising.
The nature and causes of the change in Liberal and Labour politics between and is a much argued question. There exists an enormous literature on the nature of the parties (their policies, ideas and aims) and on electoral change.
Political Change and the Labour Party embraces every aspect of these debates, providing a new and coherent explanation of the whole process by.
History. The Labour Party was born at the turn of the 20th century out of the frustration of working-class people at their inability to field parliamentary candidates through the Liberal Party, which at that time was the dominant social-reform party in the Trades Union Congress (the national federation of British trade unions) cooperated with the Independent Labour Party.
The Labour Party is a centre-left political party in the United Kingdom that has been described as an alliance of social democrats, democratic socialists and trade unionists.
In all general elections sinceLabour has been either the governing party or the Official have been six Labour Prime Ministers and thirteen ministries. The Labour Party was founded inhaving. The split in the party, as well as the Falklands War and an ill-judged manifesto contributed, to a heavy defeat for Labour in the general election of This book provides a synoptic and accessible history of the development of political ideas within the Labour Party.
It traces the complex relationship between power and political thought and illustrates how Labour's political ideas have been shaped and formed by the Labour Party's political s: 1. This book provides a critical overview of the changing Labour Party in postwar Britain.
Adopting a thematic approach within a structured, chronological framework, the book revolves around one central question: what has the Party been about and what specific objectives has it striven to realize. The author examines the so-called transformation from Old Labour to New Labour, and not only.
The British Labour Party grew out of the trade union movement of the late 19th century and surpassed the Liberal Party as the main opposition to the Conservatives in the early s.
In the s and s, it stressed national planning, using nationalization of industry as a tool, in line with Clause IV of the original constitution of the Labour Party which called for the "common ownership of. See also the Records of the Federal Parliamentary Labour Party, the Australian Labor Party (ALP) ACT Branch and Australian Labor Party (ALP) Victorian Branch.
Collection Retrieval Advice. Please note: each consignment in this collection has a separate box number sequence (i.e. there are multiple Box 1's).
Speak for Britain. charts Labour's rise to power by re-examining the importance of the First World War, the General Strike ofLabour's breakthrough at the general election, the influence of post-war affluence and consumerism on the fortunes and character of the party, and its revival after the defeats of the Thatcher era.
Finally, in Reviews: The headline referred to a virulent press campaign against Neil Kinnock's Labour party, and dramatically highlighted one of the chief features of British politics during the twentieth century - the conflict between a socialist Labour party and a capitalist popular press.
Labour's frequent complaints of the political and electoral unfairness of. The crisis blew up much more gradually than Labour’s current one, which has been accelerated by social media, the faster modern news cycle and by a feverishness in British. Labour party, British political party, one of the two dominant parties in Great Britain since World War I.
Origins The Labour party was founded in after several generations of preparatory trade union politics made possible by the Reform Bills of andwhich enfranchised urban workers.
The Labour party is the main opposition to the current leading party in Britain, the Conservatives. They were last in power from to A Brief History. The Labour party grew from the socialist parties and the trade union movement of the late 19 th century, becoming the main opposition to the Conservatives in the early s.
Labour was. Labour Party - Labour Party - Policy and structure: Since its founding, the Labour Party has maintained a federal structure, operating in England, Scotland, and Wales. Within this structure the party accords rights of representation to its members through various affiliated organizations.
These organizations include the constituency Labour parties (CLPs), which are responsible for recruiting. Marxist political groups have been active in Britain since the mid 19th century, beginning with the Communist earliest avowedly-Marxist national political party in Britain was however the Social Democratic Federation (SDF), founded by Henry Hyndman ininitially as the Democratic Federation, and renamed following the affiliation of the Labour Emancipation League (LEL) in Lloyd George urged the Labour Party to stay in the coalition during the general election.
Its leader, Arthur Henderson, rejected the idea. In MayHenderson had become the first member of the party to hold a Cabinet post when Asquith invited him to join his coalition government.The Labour Party is the main centre-left political party in the United is a social democratic party.
It has been one of the UK's two main political parties from the early 20th century to the present day. It is currently the second largest party in the British House of Commons, with out of forms the Official last leader was Jeremy Corbyn.