Dr Liz Hind, Chair of the Women in Business Policy Group, attended a hearing of the BEIS Select Committee on the impact of Coronavirus on businesses and workers on March 13th Here is her report.
Labour Business has submitted evidence to the BEIS Select Committee enquiry into the impact of Coronavirus on businesses and workers. Read our submission here.
As you will be aware, Labour Business is one of the 21 socialist societies affiliated to the Labour Party which has a right under the new leadership election rules to nominate a candidate for Leader and Deputy Leader of the
Our most recent survey of Labour Business members, conducted between 17th-21st June 2019, shows a correlation between our January 2019 survey (available here) and that our members continue to believe that the Labour Party should adopt a ‘remain’ approach to Brexit
Labour Business latest Brexit survey results – Labour needs to re-assess its policy on Brexit A survey of Labour Business members (Party members active in businesses up and down the UK) conducted between 3 and 8 January 2019 shows significant
Simon Taylor, Barrister specialising in EU procurement and competition law at Keating Chambers spoke at a recent Joint SLL/Labour Business Event at the House of Commons on Labour’s Public Services Agenda. He addressed the question of whether EU competition law
Approved unanimously by Labour Business Executive Committee12th September 2018 On 2 September 2018 EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier warned that 185,000 jobs in the British car industry are at risk from the Tory government’s continued refusal to accept a customs union
We are keen to understand our members’ views on key issues that affect the country and the Labour Party. We present below the outcome of our fist survey focusing on Brexit. The first 3 questions will be re-occurring throughout the
Last year we were very sad to record the death of Sir Sigmund (“Sigi”) Sternberg. Sigi was one of the original founders of Labour Business in 1972, and supported it throughout his life. We publish an appreciation of his life
[codezio_media type=”vimeo” url=”https://vimeo.com/202678327″] Key Points: John was the first speaker. His main points were as follows Last week in the Autumn Statement two basic facts were masked by the high numbers namely the hole of £120b in the budget caused