All three left-slate candidates elected to party’s senior disciplinary body
Having already won the re-election of its two candidates to the important Conference Arrangements Committee (CAC) before this week’s annual conference in Brighton, the left has won a clean sweep of the three positions being contested on the National Constitutional Committee (NCC), Labour’s senior disciplinary body.
Gary Heather, Jabran Hussain and Stephen Marks all won by a considerable margin among constituency delegates at conference.
However, there was a drop in the left’s share – a reminder of how important it is for left-wingers to maintain focus and organisation at a local level, as the right has clearly succeeded in slightly increasing its representation at the party’s conference:
Any lapse of focus at local level can have long-term national impact and these results are an important alert.
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