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    we need more immigrants
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    I'll be a lot freer now that exams are gone, and I'm thinking of different ways to improve the education system. I'm sorry but right now I can't tell you that much about it.
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    (Original post by mevidek)
    I'll be a lot freer now that exams are gone, and I'm thinking of different ways to improve the education system. I'm sorry but right now I can't tell you that much about it.
    Why not?
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Why not?
    Mainly because I haven't thought much about it recently.
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    (Original post by mevidek)
    Mainly because I haven't thought much about it recently.
    Well at least you're honest
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    what does your party think of House of Lords reform? :holmes:
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    Also: has the party worked out any plans for education yet or any welfare reforms?
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    (Original post by SciFiRory)
    what does your party think of House of Lords reform? :holmes:
    We support the real life Labour party's view on the reforms and would oppose the changes & motion. We believe that more debate needs to be had before further, more conclusive discussions can take place.

    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Also: has the party worked out any plans for education yet or any welfare reforms?
    David, when he returns, intends to work with JPKC on education reform/bills as our Shadow Education Secretary is currently on other business.

    I will make sure that David follows this through upon his return as I do feel education reform is one of the party's next priorities for development before the next election.

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    (Original post by RoryS)
    We support the real life Labour party's view on the reforms and would oppose the changes & motion. We believe that more debate needs to be had before further, more conclusive discussions can take place.



    David, when he returns, intends to work with JPKC on education reform/bills as our Shadow Education Secretary is currently on other business.

    I will make sure that David follows this through upon his return as I do feel education reform is one of the party's next priorities for development before the next election.

    RoryS
    Acting Leader of TSR Labour
    Glad to hear it.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Glad to hear it.
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    Hi, I know it's rather a stupid question, but where can I find a comprehensive list (if one exists..) of TSR Labour Party's policies/views? I've looked on the newbie FAQ but all I managed to find was a brief summary of what each party had achieved so far and a couple of things they'd like to introduce.
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    (Original post by benpearson1)
    Hi, I know it's rather a stupid question, but where can I find a comprehensive list (if one exists..) of TSR Labour Party's policies/views? I've looked on the newbie FAQ but all I managed to find was a brief summary of what each party had achieved so far and a couple of things they'd like to introduce.
    You might find it useful to have a look here, at the manifestos for the last election. Usually most party policies are outlined there. Hope that helps.
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    (Original post by benpearson1)
    Hi, I know it's rather a stupid question, but where can I find a comprehensive list (if one exists..) of TSR Labour Party's policies/views? I've looked on the newbie FAQ but all I managed to find was a brief summary of what each party had achieved so far and a couple of things they'd like to introduce.
    Not a stupid question at all Ben, thanks for asking. I'd follow Birchington's advice and have a look at the manifesto we created in March. I wasn't around in March, but the leader davidmarsh01 was so get in contact with him if you wish. However, he's currently on holiday so I'm acting Leader.

    Feel free to ask any further questions here and I or another Labour MP will try to answer them.
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    Anyone planning on attending this year's conference?
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    (Original post by benpearson1)
    Hi, I know it's rather a stupid question, but where can I find a comprehensive list (if one exists..) of TSR Labour Party's policies/views? I've looked on the newbie FAQ but all I managed to find was a brief summary of what each party had achieved so far and a couple of things they'd like to introduce.
    The last general election's manifestos should give you a pretty good idea. Go to the MHoC History wiki-page and go to the bit for the most recent parliament, then click on the link to the general election we held last April. Alternatively, head to the Hansard and search for the bills submitted by each party to get a good idea of the stuff they get about to. The truth is most parties don't really have policies - individual members in the parties occasionally do. For instance, TSR Labour is split evenly between centre-right and centre-left groups when it comes to economic policy. The same happens in most parties on certain issues.


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    (Original post by benpearson1)
    Hi, I know it's rather a stupid question, but where can I find a comprehensive list (if one exists..) of TSR Labour Party's policies/views? I've looked on the newbie FAQ but all I managed to find was a brief summary of what each party had achieved so far and a couple of things they'd like to introduce.
    Don't forget to look at my policies (on the lines of the Monster Raving Loony Party)- you know it makes sense.

    Have the Labour Party any opinions on next week's planned strike by some public sector workers? Isn't it a bit late if we want to upset potential Olympic opponents in events British athletes have a chance of winning?
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Anyone planning on attending this year's conference?
    I'm not.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Anyone planning on attending this year's conference?
    :yep:

    I've been every year since 2010 and this year it's held within walking distance of my house so not going would be weird.
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    :yep:


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    You going to the youth days or just the general conference? I'm undecided myself.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    You going to the youth days or just the general conference? I'm undecided myself.
    General conference, CLP youth delegate. The youth days are fine if you can't get there for the whole thing.
 
 
 
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