Category Archives: general election

End of term NEC report

After three years as NEC Youth Rep, I’ve done one final ‘end of term’ report to show you what I’ve been up to. Here are 13 things I’ve done to deliver for members and make Labour more equal: BEX BAILEY END OF … Continue reading

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Speech to Labour Party Conference 2015

I opened the debate on education and children at Labour Party Conference 2015. Here is the speech I gave: Education is the most powerful tool we have to change lives: giving us the skills we need to get good jobs and … Continue reading

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NEC report: January and February 2015

As with most members, my focus at the moment is on campaigning to win the general election. I’ve been campaigning in Cambridge, Harlow, Ilford North, Stroud, Gloucester, Kingswood, Ilford North (again) and Ealing Central and Acton and

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NEC report: December 2014

It’s been a really busy couple of months as we prepare for the general election. I’m really proud of all the young members who are doing so much campaigning in our target seats. Most recently I’ve been campaigning in Loughborough, … Continue reading

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NEC report: September and October 2014

Sadly I have been slightly less active this month due to still being injured from the last campaign day, but I have done as much as I can! I organised a women’s leadership training day with Stella Creasy, combined with … Continue reading

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Engaging young people could be the difference between winning and losing next year

Polls show that the next election will be a close-run contest. The 3.3 million young people who will be eligible to vote for the first time could be the difference between winning and losing. Clearly the youth vote is crucial … Continue reading

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NEC report: July 2014

In July I attended the final stage of the National Policy Forum process and argued for a number of amendments to be included in the party’s final policy documents. I put forward amendments on: citizenship education (including sex and relationship … Continue reading

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