Labour's Youth: Student 'soft left' and the bureaucrats

Submitted by AWL on 28 December, 2010 - 5:29 Author: Sandra Cartlidge

In 1987 Labour's youth movements are set for re-organisation under proposals from Tom Sawyer, chair of the Labour Party NEC's Youth sub-committee. The proposals would abolish LPYS (Labour Party Young Socialists, a predecessor of 'Young Labour') representation on the NEC - instead it would be elected by a new structure, involving the Labour Party student organisation and trade union youth sections as well as the existing LPYS.

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