Our success at Labour Party Conference 2023
This year's conference in Liverpool was pivotal in setting out our stall as a government in waiting and as a Party that is united. It was a resounding success.
Keir laid out in his “glittering” speech how Labour will put Britain on the path to get its future back. Along with Rachel Reeves and others in the Shadow Cabinet he articulated a vision of a future where no communities or individuals are left behind.
Mainstream delegates, who make up the vast majority of the Party, have cemented our Party’s strength and unity over three consecutive years, helping to put Labour back on the path to power.
A massive and personal thanks to all of you that have made this possible, not just this year, but in the last few years. Without you the following could not have happened.
Achievements organisationally at this years conference by Labour to Win and and our partners in the Labour First coalition:
- WON all 6 National Women’s Committee positions
- WON the ballot on all 6 CLP priority topics on Sunday, ensuring that Conference debated issues that demonstrated our Party’s unity and were in line with the policies negotiated with stakeholders as part of the NPF process
- PASSED all 6 NPF policy reports
- PASSED all 6 proposed constitutional amendments
- ELECTED both of our excellent Conference Arrangements Committee (CAC) candidates — Alice Perry & Phil Wilson — by an unprecedented margin
- ELECTED all 5 of our exceptional National Constitutional Committee (NCC) candidates — Hugh Goulbourne, Brahmpreet Kaur, Sem Moema, Sue Pugh & Sioned-Mair Richards