Jewish Voice for Labour backs unified NCC slate

As the SKWAWKBOX revealed this morning, CLPD (Campaign for Labour Party Democracy) and Momentum agreed a unified ‘slate’ for the important elections to Labour’s NCC (National Constitutional Committee).

Other affiliates who had supported CLPD’s original slate had not yet announced their support for the six candidates selected for the unified slate – the five remaining from CLPD’s initial selection plus Susan Press from the Momentum slate.

Now Jewish Voice for Labour, one of CLPD’s key affiliates, has announced its backing for the new slate:

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JVL member Stephen Marks is a slate candidate, having been omitted from the initial Momentum selection.

For details of the nomination process and schedule, see here.

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  1. None of the members of the centre left grassroots alliance use OMOV in their internal affairs The Campaign for Labour Party Democracy is a misnomer Democratic proceedures do not apply to them its called hypocracy

  2. Does anyone knows how many members resigned from Momentum? I will rejoin when I am sure Lansman doesn’t have control of Momentum.

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