Resources

Video Resources for the General Election

Get up to speed with the issues and help to win a compassionate and transformative Labour Government by sharing these video resources with family, friends and colleagues.

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Labour Party Manifesto

Our manifesto is the most radical, hopeful, people-focused, fully-costed plan in modern times. It's our opportunity to transform our country, so that it works not just for a few, but for all of us.

Read the full Manifesto

Hexham Constituency Conference Report: Brighton September 2019

Hexham Consituency sent their full delegation to Conference. Several other members self-funded to go as visitors and to attend the World Transformed. This 4-page report is about their experiences in Brighton.

Read the 2019 Conference Report

Hexham Constituency Conference Report: Liverpool September 2018

Hexham Consituency sent five delegates to the 2018 Labour Party Conference. In addition, a further six members paid their own way to attend as observers. This is a report about their experiences in Liverpool.

Read the 2018 Conference Report

Labour Country

How to rebuild the connection with rural voters

To broaden its electoral coalition and speak across cultural divides, Labour should renew its rural tradition.  Labour can position itself as the party able to conserve what is best about rural areas precisely because of its radicalism.
 Fabian Society Report by Tobias Fibbs

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Hexham CLP Political Education Pack

Political education is an important element in developing and maintaining our activities and commitments as members of the Labour party. This booklet is an introduction to topics and issues that will interest both ‘new’ and ‘old’ Party members. It attempts to answer questions about how the Party is organised and how it functions. 

Read the political education pack

Hexham Constituency Conference Report: September 2017

Hexham Consituency sent four delegates to the 2017 Labour Party Conference. In addition, a further eight members paid their own way to attend as observers. This is a report about their experiences in Brighton.

Read the 2017 Conference Report