Labour’s NEC elections set to determine the party’s future



Voting in Labour’s National Executive Committee elections closes today, with Jeremy Corbyn looking to tighten his grip on the party.
Three newly created seats are up for grabs in the NEC - the main policy and decision-making body charged with running the Labour Party and setting its rules - which is finely balanced between centrists and Corbyn supporters.
The expansion will see the 36-strong body grow to 39 members, and polls suggest a clean sweep for hard-left candidates that would realign the party.
“The new seats will give Corbyn a clear majority on the NEC, allowing him to push through... read more

 
12 January 2018 in Politics, Views: 57
Source: The Week
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