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National Executive Committee of the Labour Party

The National Executive Committee (NEC) is the governing body of the UK Labour Party, setting the overall strategic direction of the party and policy development. Its composition has changed over the years, and includes representatives of affiliated trade unions, the Parliamentary Labour Party, constituency Labour parties (CLP), and socialist societies, as well as ex officio members such as the Party Leader and Deputy Leader and several of their appointees... Wikipedia

Articles tagged nec

  • January 22nd 2021
  • Starmer further strengthens support for his leadership in party machine

  • January 21st 2021
  • 2021 elections, Forde, Liverpool selection, boundary review – Labour NEC report

  • Wendy Nichols elected as new chair of Labour NEC’s organisation committee

  • Shabana Mahmood elected as chair of Labour’s NEC disputes panel

  • January 20th 2021
  • New Liverpool mayor candidate to be selected by Labour in six weeks

  • January 19th 2021
  • Momentum launch policy primary to agree Labour conference motions

  • January 18th 2021
  • Lawyers for Corbyn accuse Starmer of 'disingenuous' attack

  • January 16th 2021
  • Conferences, EHRC plan, equalities and 2021 elections – Labour NEC report

  • January 13th 2021
  • Labour must seize the chance to boost equality for disabled party candidates

  • January 2nd 2021
  • Labour left figures back trade union demands to postpone school reopenings

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