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We are the the left and centre-left in the Welsh Labour Party, campaigning for socialist policies and greater party democracy.

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Introducing Welsh Labour Grassroots

We are the the left and centre-left in the Welsh Labour Party, campaigning for socialist policies and greater party democracy. There will be a friendly group near you.

News from Welsh Labour Grassroots

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December 22, 2020

Starmer’s war on the left continues with suspension of Welsh Labour Grassroots Chair.

WLG statement on suspension of our Chair, Ivan Monckton
March 20, 2020

WLG calls for Universal Basic Income in response to coronavirus emergency.

WLG calls on comrades in the Labour Party (in Wales and nationally) especially councillors, AMs, MPs and Welsh Ministers, to call for a Universal Basic Income […]
December 15, 2019

Statement re: General Election, December 2019

Statement agreed by WLG Steering Committee 15/12/19 We as Welsh Labour Grassroots send this message of solidarity to everyone who campaigned for Labour’s positive vision for […]
December 24, 2021

Speech by Carolyn Thomas MS to WLG AGM 2021

“Friends and comrades – it is a pleasure to have been invited to speak at today’s annual general meeting. What a year it has been! In […]
January 20, 2021

Claim the Future.

John McDonnell’s Claim the Future: Event Thursday 21 Jan Tomorrow (Thursday 21 January, 2021) sees the first of three events hosted by Claim the Future, the […]
December 2, 2020

Senedd 2021 Policy Papers

The papers collected here seek to develop a bolder and more radical alternative to the status quo – yet they present policy proposals that, for the most part, would be entirely achievable by a Welsh Labour Government, if the political will were there. They have been written by longstanding party activists who have taken an interest in a particular policy area, not by professional policy-makers (although a few of our authors are elected representatives). They do not collectively constitute an alternative manifesto – there are a number of gaps in the range of policy areas that make up a full party programme, where we offer no proposals – but we do put forward ideas relating to most of the major departments of government.
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