Labour’s National Policy Forum papers – the documents that will go on to form the basis of the 2015 manifesto – have been launched for comment this week.
Over the past year, members of the NPF have developed the proposals in the documents. SERA’s Parliamentary Convenor Alan Whitehead MP, SERA’s Co-Chair Melanie Smallman and Executive member Daniel Zeichner, have worked on the Living Standards and Sustainability Commission.
“The policy documents make Labour’s Commitment to a green economy very clear, but there is still room for more ideas. What else should we be asking Labour to do?” said Melanie Smallman.
If you would like to comment on the documents, you can see them at www.yourbritain.org.ukwhere you will also find instructions for submitting your views.