A Constitutional Convention for the Labour Party

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 1 (2020)

A Constitutional Convention for the Labour Party
Dan Hind pages -


How can Labour claim to be able to transform Britain, if it cannot democratise its own opaque and moribund structures? A mass membership party should aspire to create new social, communicative and material capacities, and to do so at speed.

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