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Selected health amendments endorsed at Labour’s National Policy Forum in Milton Keynes 18-20 July 2014. This report is not comprehensive. A set of fully amended documents will be available on the Labour Party’s Your Britain website.  Each paragraph is a separate amendment. Only the most significant are included. They will be cobbled together into a coherent narrative, but that is not what we have at the moment. Labour’s commitment to equality Labour is the Party of equality. We believe that no person should suffer discrimination or a lack of opportunity because of their gender, gender identity, age, disability, race, religion, socio-economic […]
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The creation of a new ‘Policy Hub’ – an online home for our policy making process, where members and the public can read papers, make submissions and amendments, read others’ ideas, and respond to them. This would be caveated to ensure that it was clear not all of these views reflected party policy. A greater role for the National Policy Forum, building on the current final year amendment process with representatives having a role right across a Parliamentary cycle, with a new power to take decisions on key issues of importance at annual meetings of the NPF. There was some […]
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Report from the June 2012 meeting of Labour’s National Policy Forum John Cruddas on the policy challenge

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