2009 Cash for Influence Scandal Cash for Influence (also Cash for Amendments or Cash for Laws) is the name given by some in the media to a political scandal in the United Kingdom in 2009 concerning four Labour Par...
2009 cash for influence scandal Cash for Influence is the name given by some in the media to a political scandal in the United Kingdom in 2009 concerning four Labour Party Life Peers offering to help make amendments to legisl...
A Journey A Journey is a memoir by Tony Blair of his tenure as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Affiliated trade union In British politics, the term affiliated trade union refers to a trade union that has an affiliation to the British Labour Party.
Anticipations Anticipations is the magazine of the Young Fabians, the under-31 section of the Fabian Society.
Attlee ministry Clement Attlee formed the Attlee Ministry in the United Kingdom in 1945, succeeding Winston Churchill as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Bevanism Bevanism was the ideological argument for the Bevanites, a movement on the Left wing of the Labour Party in the late 1950s and led by Nye Bevan.
Blair ministry The Blair Ministry was formed by Tony Blair in May of 1997.
Blair-Brown deal The Blair–Brown deal (or Granita Pact) was an alleged gentlemen's agreement made between the British politicians Tony Blair and Gordon Brown in 1994.
Blairism In British politics, the term Blairism refers to the political ideology of former leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minister Tony Blair, who left both positions in 2007 to become Envoy of the...
Blair–Brown deal The Blair–Brown deal (or Granita Pact) was an alleged gentlemen's agreement made between the British politicians Tony Blair and Gordon Brown in 1994.
Blue Labour David William Donald Cameron (; born 9 October 1966) is the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Conservativ...
Brownism Brownism was a phrase used in an article by BBC reporter Mark Easton to describe the political ideology of Gordon Brown.
Cambridge Universities Labour Club The Cambridge Universities Labour Club is a political society whose predecessor was first set up in 1905, which now seeks to unite socialist and social democratic students at Cambridge and Angli...
Campbell Case The Campbell Case of 1924 involved charges against a British Communist newspaper editor for alleged "incitement to mutiny" caused by his publication of a provocative open letter to members of th...
Cash for Honours Cash for Honours is the name given by some in the media to a political scandal in the United Kingdom in 2006 and 2007 concerning the connection between political donations and the award of life ...
Chartist (magazine) Chartist is a bi-monthly democratic socialist magazine which has been published in Britain since the 1970s.
Clause Four Group The Clause Four Group was a grouping in British Labour student and youth politics in the 1970s and 1980s set up on the 18th floor of Owens Park Hall of Residence at Manchester University.
Clause IV Clause IV historically refers to part of the 1918 text of the British Labour Party constitution which set out the aims and values of the party.
Co-operative Party The Co-operative Party is a political party in the United Kingdom committed to supporting and representing co-operative principles.
Compass (think tank) Compass is a British left-wing pressure group, aligned with the Labour Party which describes itself as: "'An umbrella grouping of the progressive left whose sum is greater than its parts".
Constituency Labour Party A Constituency Labour Party is an organisation of members of the British Labour Party who live in a particular UK parliamentary constituency in England, Scotland and Wales.
Dave the Chameleon Dave the Chameleon was the British Labour Party's advertising slogan, and the basis of their political campaign, for the 2006 local elections.
Devon Labour Briefing Devon Labour Briefing was a magazine established in Exeter, England, in 1984 by left-wing Labour Party members modelled on London Labour Briefing.
Downing Street memo The "Downing Street memo" (occasionally DSM, or the "Downing Street Minutes"), sometimes described by critics of the Iraq War as the "smoking gun memo", is the note of a secret...
Ed Balls document leak The Ed Balls document leak refers to a political controversy that arose in 9 June 2011, based on a database of 55 private documents leaked by The Daily Telegraph, that purported to show that...
European Parliamentary Labour Party The European Parliamentary Labour Party is an integral part of the Socialist Group in the European Parliament and of the British Labour Party.
First Wilson ministry Harold Wilson became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on 16 October 1964, and formed the First Wilson Ministry.
Gaitskellism Gaitskellism was the ideology of a faction of the British Labour Party.
General Secretary of the Labour Party The General Secretary is the most senior employee of the British Labour Party, and acts as the non-voting secretary to the National Executive Committee.
Gladstone–MacDonald pact The Gladstone-MacDonald pact of 1903 was a secret informal electoral agreement negotiated by Herbet Gladstone, Liberal Party Chief Whip, and Ramsay MacDonald, Secretary of the Labour Representat...
Glasgow University Labour Club Glasgow University Labour Club was formed in 1946, and has served as a training ground for a number of prominent Labour politicians of the twentieth century.
Grassroots Alliance The centre-left Grassroots Alliance is a group of elected members on the British Labour Party National Executive Committee, founded in 1998.
Hutton Inquiry The Hutton Inquiry was a 2003 judicial inquiry in the UK chaired by Lord Hutton, who was appointed by the Labour government to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of David Kelly,...
Joint Policy Committee The Joint Policy Committee of the British Labour Party is part of the policy-making system of the party, set up by leader Tony Blair as part of the Partnership in Power process.
Keep Left (pamphlet) Keep Left was a pamphlet published in the United Kingdom in 1947 by the New Statesman that was written by Michael Foot, Richard Crossman and Ian Mikardo.
Keeping Left Keeping Left was a manifesto published in the United Kingdom in 1950 signed by 12 Members of Parliament, 7 of whom had signed Keep Left three years before.
Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform The Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform (LCER) is a movement within the Labour Party (UK) for electoral reform particularly of the first past the post system in House of Commons constituencies ...
Labour CND Labour CND (Lab CND) is a 'Specialist Section' of CND, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, specifically relating to CND-supporting members the Labour Party.
Labour Co-operative Labour Co-operative describes those candidates in British elections standing on behalf of both the Labour Party and the Co-operative Party, based on a national agreement between the two parties.
Labour Co-ordinating Committee The Labour Co-ordinating Committee (LCC) was a factional body inside the British Labour Party established in 1978 and wound-up in 1995.
Labour for a Referendum Labour for a Referendum (LfR) is a political campaign by members of the Labour Party that seeks a referendum in the United Kingdom on the European Union.
Labour Friends of Israel Labour Friends of Israel (LFI) is a parliamentary group affiliated to the Labour Party promoting support for a strong bilateral relationship between Britain and Israel.
Labour Friends of Italy Labour Friends of Italy (LFIT) is an organisation of Labour members of Italian origins and roots, affiliated to the UK Labour party.
Labour – Federation of Labour Groups Labour – Federation of Labour Groups is the formally registered name of a collection of political organisations in Northern Ireland who aspire to become part of the Labour Party of Great Britain.
Labourhome Labourhome was a popular political blog specializing in British politics started by Alex Hilton and Jag Singh.
LabourList LabourList is a British aggregated weblog supportive of the Labour Party.
League of Youth The League of Youth was the youth organisation of the British Labour Party from 1926 to the 1960s.
Lib-Lab pact The Lib-Lab pact was a working arrangement between the UK's political parties of the Liberals (later Liberal Democrats) and the Labour Party.
Lib–Lab pact In British politics, a "Lib-Lab" pact is a working arrangement between the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party.
Liverpool 29 The Liverpool 29 councillors were 29 left-wing councillors on the Liverpool City Council who were suspended from the official Labour Party group on the council in 1990 for voting against rent ri...
Monklandsgate Monklandsgate was the name of a political scandal in the former Scottish local government district of Monklands (now part of North Lanarkshire) which dominated the Monklands East by-election in 1994.
Municipal socialism Municipal socialism refers to various historical movements to use local government to further socialist aims.
National Policy Forum The National Policy Forum (NPF) of the British Labour Party is part of the policy-making system of the Party, set up by Leader Tony Blair as part of the Partnership in Power process.
New Welcome Lodge The New Welcome Lodge, No. 5139, is a British Masonic Lodge open to all men working in the Palace of Westminster.
Officegate The Officegate scandal was a controversy surrounding then Scottish First Minister Henry McLeish in 2001.
One Nation Labour One Nation Labour refers to the current theme and branding of the British Labour Party adopted by the party in 2012 under the leadership of Ed Miliband.
Oxford University Democratic Socialist Club The Oxford University Democratic Socialist Club was a splinter group from Oxford University Labour Club, formed in 1940 after disafilliation by the national Labour Party of OULC over its opposit...
Oxford University Labour Club Oxford University Labour Club (OULC) was founded in 1919 to provide a voice for Labour Party values and for socialism and social democracy at Oxford University, England.
Parliamentary Labour Party In UK politics, the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) is the parliamentary party of the Labour Party in Parliament: Labour MPs as a collective body.
People's Republic of South Yorkshire The People's Republic of South Yorkshire or The Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire, is the nickname often given to Sheffield and the surrounding area under the municipal socialist admin...
Prawn Cocktail Offensive The Prawn Cocktail Offensive was the scornful name given to the British Labour Party's successful attempt (while in opposition in the 1990s) to win trust and backing from the United Kingdom's f...
Progress (organisation) Progress is a political organisation linked to the Labour Party in the United Kingdom, founded in 1996.
Purple Book (Labour Party) The Purple Book: A Progressive Future For Labour is a collection of essays by Labour politicians considered to belong to the 'Blairite' wing of the party.
Queen Mary Labour Society The Queen Mary Labour Society, formerly Queen Mary Labour Club, is a society at Queen Mary, University of London for students who support the Labour Party.
Red Clydeside Red Clydeside is the era of political radicalism that characterised the city of Glasgow in Scotland, and urban areas around the city on the banks of the River Clyde such as Clydebank, Greenock a...
Round About a Pound a Week Round About a Pound a Week was an influential 1913 survey of poverty and infant mortality in London, by feminist and socialist Maud Pember Reeves, co-authored by anarchist activist Charlotte...
Scotland Act 1978 The Scotland Act 1978 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom intended to establish a Scottish Assembly as a devolved legislature for Scotland.
Second Wilson Ministry The Second Wilson Ministry was formed by Harold Wilson in the United Kingdom after the 1974 general election.
Second Wilson ministry The second Wilson ministry was formed by Harold Wilson in the United Kingdom after the 1974 general election.
September Dossier Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Assessment of the British Government, also known as the September Dossier, was a document published by the British government on 24 September 20...
Socialist Appeal Socialist Appeal is the publication of a British Trotskyist organisation operating within the Labour Party which was founded by Ted Grant and Alan Woods after they claimed they had been expelled...
Socialist Appeal (UK, 1992) Socialist Appeal is the publication of a British Trotskyist tendency operating within the Labour Party which was founded by supporters of Ted Grant and Alan Woods after they were expelled from t...
Socialist Campaign Group The Socialist Campaign Group is a left-wing, democratic socialist grouping of Labour Party Members of Parliament in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom.
Southern Discomfort (Fabian Society pamphlets) The Southern Discomfort pamphlets were studies published by the Fabian Society that examined attitudes towards the Labour Party in the south of England after the 1992 General Election defeat.
Strategic Defence Review The Strategic Defence Review (or SDR) was a British policy document produced by the Labour Government that came to power in 1997.
The End of the Party The End of the Party is a book by political journalist Andrew Rawnsley detailing the Blair-Brown government between 2001 and 2010.
The Future of Socialism The Future of Socialism by Anthony Crosland, published in 1956, is regarded as one of the most influential books in post-war British Labour Party thinking and the seminal work of the 'revisi...
The longest suicide note in history "The longest suicide note in history" is an epithet originally used by United Kingdom Labour Party MP Gerald Kaufman to describe his party's 1983 election manifesto, which was more left-wing tha...
The Manifesto Group The Manifesto Group of Labour MPs was a Parliamentary alliance of British Labour MPs led by Dickson Mabon, who were opposed to what they perceived to be the leftward drift of the Labour Part...
The People's Flag Is Palest Pink "The People's Flag Is Palest Pink", also known as "The Red Flag Once a Year" or the "Battle Hymn of the New Socialist Party", is a parody of the song "The Red Flag".
The Purple Book (Labour Party) The Purple Book: A Progressive Future For Labour is a 2011 collection of essays by Labour politicians many of whom are considered to belong to the Blairite wing of the party.
The Secret of the League The Secret of the League is a 1907 dystopian novel by Ernest Bramah, which describes the overthrow of a democratically-elected British Labour Party Government through a carefully prepared pl...
The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour, not to be confused with fictional superhero The Turd-Man, is the memoir of Peter Mandelson, former senior government minister and confidant in...
Trade Union Group of Labour MPs The Trade Union Group of Labour MPs is a British group representing all Labour Members of Parliament who are members of trade unions that are affiliated to the British Labour Party.
Transport House Transport House on Smith Square and Dean Bradley Street, London, England, was the headquarters of the Transport and General Workers' Union (T&G), and also originally of the Labour Party, the Tra...
Tribune (magazine) Tribune is a democratic socialist weekly, founded in 1937 published in London.
Unendorsed Labour candidates, 1931 At the British general election of 1931, 25 candidates closely connected to the Labour Party stood for election without the party's official endorsement, primarily as a result of disagreements o...
Welsh Labour Welsh Labour (Llafur Cymru) is the part of the United Kingdom Labour Party that operates in Wales.
What next for Labour? What Next for Labour? Ideas for a new generation is a book released in 2011, edited by Labour blogger and Activist Tom Scholes-Fogg and former Liberal Democrat supporter Hisham Hamid.
Winter of Discontent The "Winter of Discontent" is an expression, popularised by the British media, referring to the winter of 1978–79 in the United Kingdom, during which there were widespread strikes by local autho...
Zinoviev letter The "Zinoviev Letter" was a controversial document published by the British press four days before the national election in 1924.