Category Archives: National Policy Forum

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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Changing with the times: my submission to the NEC powers debate

Labour’s NEC is currently reviewing its terms of reference (the NEC’s role in the party, its powers, structures and processes), with a discussion on this due to be held at our next meeting on 26 January. Thank you to all … 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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Transforming the system

Part of Labour’s general election strategy is to win the votes of first-time voters, young and old. This requires getting those who have never voted before onto the register and out of the door on polling day: not a small … Continue reading

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