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Young Labour Chair Candidate – Caroline Hill

22 Dec , 2015  

Next year, youth elections will be held for Young Labour. BAME Labour asked young BAME Labour members questions that they wanted to ask the candidates. We forwarded them to candidates for National Chair of Young Labour, the NEC Youth Rep and London Young Labour Chair. Here are their responses.

Caroline Hill is running for National Chair of Young Labour. The Chair of Young Labour coordinates the work of Young Labour and helps to set a direction for the organisation.

What will you do to increase number of BAME exec members?

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Young Labour Chair Candidate – Rachel Megan Barker

22 Dec , 2015  

Next year, youth elections will be held for Young Labour. BAME Labour asked young BAME Labour members questions that they wanted to ask the candidates. We forwarded them to candidates for National Chair of Young Labour, the NEC Youth Rep and London Young Labour Chair. Here are their responses.

Rachel Megan Barker is running for National Chair of Young Labour. The Chair of Young Labour coordinates the work of Young Labour and helps to set a direction for the organisation.

What will you do to increase no. of BAME exec members?

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Labour has taken BAME voters for granted – here’s how to win them back

10 Dec , 2015  

by Sonny Leong is chair of Chinese for Labour and Treasurer of BAME Labour

The great immigration debate has been one of the constant features of British politics over the last few years and will undoubtedly continue to be, as we hurtle towards the cliff edge of the European Referendum. I firmly believe that the Labour Party, which has always been marked by its values of internationalism and equality, is on the right side of this argument – championing Britain’s status as a nation of immigrants, who have contributed so much to every part of our society.

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Labour In For Britain

29 Nov , 2015   Video

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Should the United Kingdom take military action in Syria?

29 Nov , 2015  

Jeremy Corbyn has written to members of Labour’s National Executive Committee asking for their opinion on the party’s position on Syrian airstrikes, ahead of today’s Shadow Cabinet meeting.

Corbyn announced at last week’s meeting of the Shadow Cabinet that he would not support airstrikes, while senior members, including the Shadow Foreign Secretary and Deputy Leader, said they were minded to back them.

BAME Labour hopes that the Party will come to a conclusion that includes sanction of the United Nations - safety for civilians and a post war strategy that reinforces Syrian sovereignty and maintains civil society

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Jeremy Corbyn visits Swansea

19 Nov , 2015   Video

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Jeremy Corbyn | My Week

22 Oct , 2015   Video