Category Archives: NEC

Labour needs to be brave about tackling harassment and bullying

One I wrote for LabourList today, as the NEC elections draw to a close. On Friday, after eight months of campaigning, Labour’s hard-fought NEC elections will close. I launched my campaign by highlighting the cultural problems we face as a … Continue reading

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Fighting for members’ say in policy

The way politics works is changing. Too centralised and too London-centric, there is a real need for Labour to change too by opening up the way it makes policy.

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Let’s make it easier for people from every walk of society to get involved in the Labour Party

I wrote this for LabourList today. In government and in opposition, Labour’s purpose is equality. No-one with a membership card doubts that building a more equal society is what should be our guiding principle. But we should be honest that our … Continue reading

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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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February 2016 NEC report

In my final month as NEC Youth Rep I was proud to help support a new Young Labour group, campaign for great Labour candidates, speak out against cuts to student grants, speak to students at Nottingham University and co-chair our youth … Continue reading

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The culture of all parties, at all levels, needs to change

Here’s my latest LabourList article. Political parties are complicit in putting young women off politics and it has to stop. That means changing our culture, stamping out sexism and supporting young women members to get involved. Nearly half of young women … Continue reading

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Why I’m standing for Labour’s NEC

I’m standing to build a more equal Labour Party, where everyone has the opportunity to get involved. No one should be held back by their gender, ethnicity, sexuality, disability, age or income. We need a fairer party, more for people … Continue reading

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