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Labour Party


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The Labour Party in 60 seconds - CBBC Newsround


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The Labour Party is a centre-left political party in the United Kingdom that has been described as an alliance of social democrats, democratic socialists and trade unionists. The party's platform emphasises greater state intervention, social justice and strengthening workers' rights.
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  • Origins and the Independent Labour Party (1860–1900) 

  • Labour Representation Committee (1900–1906) 

  • Early years (1906–1923) 

  • First Labour government and period in opposition (1923–1929) 

  • Second Labour government (1929–1931) 

  • Labour in opposition (1931–1940) 

  • Wartime coalition (1940–1945) 

  • Attlee government (1945–1951) 

  • Post-war consensus (1951–1964) 

  • Wilson government (1964–1970) 

  • Spell in opposition (1970–1974) 

  • Majority to minority (1974–1979) 

  • Opposition and internal conflict (1979–1994) 

  • New Labour (1994–2010) 

  • Opposition and internal conflict (2010–present) 

  • Ideology 

  • Symbols 

  • Constitution and structure 

  • Membership and registered supporters 

  • Trade union link 

  • European and international affiliation 

  • European Parliament elections 

  • Leaders of the Labour Party since 1906 

  • Deputy Leaders of the Labour Party since 1922 

  • Living former Labour Party deputy leaders 

  • Leaders in the House of Lords since 1924 

  • Other