Call Out for Conference Delegates – CLPD

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“We’ll be following every twist and turn and producing a daily ‘Yellow Pages’ daily briefing for delegates delivered to your inbox every day.”

Labour Party Conference is begins on Saturday, September 25th in Brighton. The Campaign for Labour Party Democracy are calling on all delegates to fill in the CLPD Delegate Form for all the most up to date conference information, and to join their fringe events over the week.

Conference is just around the corner, and CLPD will be making the case for a socialist policy platform and a democratic party, so that Labour can face the country united and fit to win a general election.

If you are a conference delegate this year, make sure to sign up to the CLPD conference delegate form to receive blow by blow information about the conference, including with recommendations on voting and tactics on the conference floor.

We’ll be following every twist and turn and producing a daily ‘Yellow Pages’ daily briefing for delegates delivered to your inbox every day before the conference morning session, with a breakdown of the day ahead.

Sign-up here and share with conference delegates in your CLP.

CLPD will also be holding two fringe events, full details below.

Campaign for Labour Party Democracy


CLPD Conference Rally: for a transformative Labour government and democratic party!

Saturday 25th September – 6pm – Queen’s Hotel Brighton, 1-3 King’s Road, BN1 1NS

Entry: £3, £1 concessions

with Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP, Richard Burgon MP, Rachel Hopkins MP, Seema Chandwani (Conference Arrangements Committee), Yasmine Dar (NEC), Jake Rubin (CLPD Asst Secretary),

Chair: Lizzy Ali

CLPD Conference Review

Tuesday 28th September- 6pm – The Old Ship, King’s Road, BN1 1NR

Entry: £2, £1 concessions

with Diane Abbott MP, Andrew Gwynne MP, Mick Antoniw AM, Nadia Jama (NEC), Mish Rahman (NEC), Billy Hayes (CAC), Mick Whelan (ASLEF), plus special guests

Chair: Gemma Bolton

Featured Image: Press photographers at the 2016 Labour Party Conference. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons.

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