As well as campaigning against Keir Starmer’s u-turn on free movement, the Labour Campaign for Free Movement is organising an anti-deportations meeting for late January.
The “Free Osime Brown” petition has just passed one-third of a million signatures, and now 58 MPs have signed the Early Day Motion against deportation.
The LCFM steering committee also heard a briefing from Rosie Newbigging about the campaign to stop Yarls Wood expansion.
Neurodivergent Labour last year submitted a summary of its manifesto to the Labour Party policy review. That submission was the second most popular in the Work, Pensions and Equality commission, but the commission’s interim report released in December mentions it not at all.
ND Labour’s patron MP John McDonnell is arranging for other Labour MPs to put their names to a letter urging the inclusion of Neurodivergent Labour’s policies.
Free Our Unions has added to its website an interview with Gerry Carroll MLA about left-wing People Before Profit MLAs moving a trade-union freedom bill in the Northern Ireland assembly: a possible model for what should be done in the Westminster parliament.
• All campaign info plus model-motion texts at workersliberty.org/agenda