Labour Party conference votes unanimously to repeal Thatcher’s anti-union laws

On the afternoon of Monday 25 September, Labour Party conference voted unanimously for a composite motion committing the party to repealing the anti-union laws introduced by the Thatcher and Major governments and maintained by Blair and Brown (based in large part on model motions promoted by The Clarion). Now we must fight to ensure this becomes a central part of Labour campaigning.

For a speech by Maria Bagnall, delegate from Charnwood, one of the CLPs that put forward the key parts, see here at 55:15.


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