The National Party Constitutional Committee is the The top body that deals with disciplinary cases involving Labour members. After Labour conference voted to increase the size of the NCC from 11 to 25 members last month, there are now six vacancies to fill. It’s an important race, both for those within Labour who feel strongly the party needs to get a grip on antisemitism, and for those who believe such accusations are often motivated by wanting to attack the leadership.
See attached PDF for details of the different slates of candidates.
Emma Dent Coad MP and members of Kensington Labour at the anti DFLA march, London, 13 Ocotber 2018.
A disability campaigner giving a passionate speech at the anti DFLA march
More sympathisers at the anti DFLA march
Sympathisers at the anti DFLA march
Emma Dent Coad MP giving her speech at the anti DFLA march
Sympathisers at the anti-DFLA march showing their solidarity
Meg McDonlad from Kensington Labour and Abshir from London Young Labour
David Kear, Chair of Kensington Labour CLP and Abshir, from London Young Labour
Abshir from London Young Labour, a member of Fulham Chelsea CLP and Emma Dent Coad MP
Emma Dent Coad MP and Abshir from London Young Labour
Leading the march
Various participants to the anti-DFLA march
Emma Dent Coad MP and sympathiser
Emma Dent Coad MP and participants to the march
Emma Dent CoadMP and David Kear
Unison at the march against the DFLA
Sympathisers at the march