Take note of the wise words of Labour CND Vice Chair, Christine Shawcroft who is a former member of the Labour Party National Executive. Please suppport the six Grassroots Voice candidates in the ballot for CLP reps on the NEC. They stand on a platform of peace, internationalism, and nuclear disarmament.
CND’s 2020 annual conference on 18 October had a great line up, including a keynote speech from Jeremy Corbyn MP. Take a look below. He wrote later: ‘Thanks to everyone for the conference. It felt strange not being at a real conference and talking to old friends. However, it shows just what we can do with good communications.’
You can watch still watch Jeremy’s keynote speech and the roundtable with Tom Unterrainer from the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation in conversation with Prof Paul Rogers, Newham Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz and Unison’s Asst Gen Sec Roger McKenzie
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Labour CND asks our supporters to vote for the Grassroots Voice candidates for constituency places on the Labour Party National Executive Committee. Why? Because these candidates are committed to nuclear disarmament as part of a peaceful, internationalist platform for Labour.
Hear what each of the #GV6 candidates have to say on international policy, click on the images below:
This half hour exchange with Prof Paul Rogers and Kate Hudson is one of the best and most challenging things out there on the UK government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. It takes a look behind the headlines about hard working NHS and other essential workers… and ask why they’re still unprotected, untested and undervalued three months in to the crisis.
In the first poll of the leadership campaign, Rebecca Long Bailey ahead among party members on first preferences and overall result. Richard Burgon is in second place for deputy leader. Richard is the only candidate for deputy to have committed not to press the nuclear button. Labour CND supporters need to get building support for Richard’s campaign.
Ruth Brown gives a green view from Brighton: despite some controversy delegates were able to get popular, radical policies adopted.
On the last full day of Conference, the Chair gave the news to a delighted hall that the Supreme Court had found the Prime Minister’s prorogation unlawful. Jeremy’s speech was brought forward to that afternoon, giving him a perfect opportunity to criticise Boris Johnson’s abuse of power.Continue reading “Ruth Brown report from Labour Conference”
Labour CND member Hannah Kemp-Welch visited Hiroshima in August 2019 for the World Conference Against A&H Bombs and sent back this video report on the conference, and the city, 74 years after the bombs were dropped.
Good to have another Labour left gathering this year that emphasises foreign policy and international solidarity. Labour CND’s workshop at Arise 2019, Trump and the Global Nuclear Threat, was chaired by Christine Blower former NUT General Secretary and nowadays the NEU’s International Officer and addressed by Labour CND’s Karen Robinson and journalist Liam Young. Jeremy Corbyn, pictured here, brought the 600 plus audience to its feet when he addressed the closing session.