THE TWO SIDES OF THE IMMIGRATION STORY
- Des Wilson's conference 97. // New Statesman;10/03/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4354, p10
Looks at the 1997 conference of the British Labour Party in Brighton. Absurb nature of the security surrounding the conference; Speakers during the event; Reassuring lack of arrogance at every level; Gordon Brown's failure to get a standing ovation; Key message of British Prime Minister Tony...
- New labour policy process finds its feet. Anderson, Paul // New Statesman & Society;2/24/95, Vol. 8 Issue 341, p8
Discusses the policies arrived upon by the Labor Party's National Policy Forum meeting in Gateshead. Media interest in Labor policy-making; Forum history; Criticisms to the Forum's consensual method of policy-making.
- No defeats for Blair as conference passes raft of policy. // New Statesman & Society;10/13/95, Vol. 8 Issue 374, p8
Focuses on the British Labour Party's 1995 conference. Passage of party platforms; Economic policy; Taxes and benefits; Rights at work; Transport; Welfare state; Environment; Foreign relations; Home affairs; Internal party affairs.
- Where's the beef? Grigsby, John // Public Finance;02/23/96, p8
Details on the issues tackled during the conference in Birmingham by the Labour party. Keys to accountability on raising council tax; Arguments about local government and the public sector borrowing requirement (PSBR).
- A nation once again? Dawson, Tim // New Statesman & Society;3/10/95, Vol. 8 Issue 343, p23
Reports on the Labor Party's meeting in Inverness for its 1995 conference. Party plans for a Scottish parliament; Participants' view of George Robertson; Support sources for the party.
- Untitled. Taylor, Laurie // New Statesman;10/11/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4305, p55
Relates the author's experience during the British Labour Party's 1996 convention in Blackpool, England. Description of the author's hotel room.
- The journal of Lynton Charles. Charles, Lynton // New Statesman;07/18/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4343, p11
Recalls the author's participation in a Labour Party conference in October 1996 in Great Britain. Personal encounter with some members of he parliament; Impromptu question and answer with a young Labour Party member.
- At Queen's Hall. // Time;7/9/1923, Vol. 1 Issue 19, p10
The article discusses the highlights of the 1923 annual conference of the British Labor Party at the Queen's Hall in London, England. In a report given by the Party executive, it was revealed that a membership decline of more than 700,000 in 1922 accounted for expenditure of 87,400 over...
- News From Nowhere. // New Statesman;09/12/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4351, p8
Reports news briefs in Great Britain as of September 1997. Information on the Chartered Institute of Transport event, the two-day meeting, organized by the Waterfront Conference Co.; Issues to be discussed during the Labour Party's 1997 Conference in Brighton, England; Concern on Robin Cook's...