Politics is too often presented as a spectator sport, something obscure done by a few people in Westminster. Last year, I asked our members for ideas on what a Labour Government should do. Thousands responded, helping to create out popular election manifesto "For the Many, not the Few", which gained the support of millions of voters across our country.
Join our conversation, today. Labour Party policy is made democratically, through discussion and consultation with members, the public, businesses, experts and civil society groups. You can use the website below to take part too. Join discussions with politicians and representatives from across the Labour Party, share your ideas with us, and help us build a more equal and prosperous Britain at:http://policyforum.labour.org.uk/agenda-2020/commissions
The next stage of work for Labour's National Policy Forum (NPF) is to advance the policy framework set out in our 2017 General Election Manifesto. We want to hear your views and ideas on how we can build on the manifesto and develop Labour policies ready for the next election.
The current consultation ends on June 24th in order to give time to present the commission's views to the Annual Conference.