Labour Party

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Synonyms for Labour Party

a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900

a left-of-center political party formed to represent the interest of ordinary working people

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Luciana Berger was also nominated by all three of the Constituency Labour Parties. Two of them unanimously nominated both Luciana and Steve.
In effect, we do have two Labour parties and this is a bit of a new phenomenon, so we've got to try to let it settle down and work out what's the best way forward." mr morgan said of those who conducted the abuse of pro-war mPs: "A lot of people who haven't joined the Labour Party who sort of think they have, but they are still in Trotskyite factions like the Socialist Worker Party and so on - a lot of this abuse is coming from them".
Five of the six constituency Labour Parties implemented this 50% quota with a high level of success.
The Labour Party annual conference has been stripped of its powers to pass resolutions deciding policy so that the conference is now a talking shop to which some constituency Labour Parties are deciding not send delegates.
All of the new officers, including myself, were elected unopposed and unanimously endorsed by those present, being delegates elected from the city's Constituency Labour Parties.