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Launch of Labour for Democracy

Today, an influential group of Labour members are launching a new movement within their party: Labour for Democracy.

Its aim is to reach out to Lib Dems (and possibly Greens as well) in order to prepare a pluralist agenda around progressive issues. Although it does not explicitly say so, it is presumably also preparing the ground for a possible Labour-led coalition after 2015. Their position is based on polling evidence:

On all the major issues  Labour and Lib Dem voters tend to give similar levels of support to broadly  ‘progressive’ value statements, with Labour voters giving slightly stronger levels

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  • User AvatarMalcolm Todd 29th Jan - 10:04am
    Or we could just call him William Wallace, and stop pandering to this hierarchical nonsense. Unfortunately calling him "Lord William Wallace" makes sense because that...
  • User AvatarMalcolm Todd 29th Jan - 9:57am
    DPR is a fundamentally wrong-headed solution, for reasons that have been exhaustively discussed before on this site. In a nutshell: *Not all votes are party-based...
  • User AvatarCaron Lindsay 29th Jan - 9:56am
    Honestly, are we really so parochial that accents actually matter that much? One of the people in all 3 broadcasts with an English accent lives...
  • User AvatarLibCync 29th Jan - 9:48am
    Agree with a couple of points above. What is with the 45 seconds of nothing to start with? I would have already switched over! Who...
  • User AvatarJane Ann Liston 29th Jan - 9:40am
    Can we possibly get his title right? If he were Lord William Wallace he wouldn't be a peer, as the use of the Christian name...
  • User AvatarStephen Johnson 29th Jan - 9:37am
    Adrian, thanks for your comments. I think your basic premise that we have to put forward an easy pathway to PR, one that can be...