What we do - the Labour Representation Committee

Submitted by Anon on 5 March, 2006 - 12:06

The Labour Representation Committee (LRC) is a movement formed by
trade unionists and socialists to fight for the principle of labour
representation within the Labour Party, the unions and parliament. As
of 2005, four unions - the post and telecom workers' CWU, the
railworkers' RMT, the firefighters' FBU, and the bakers - are

Workers' Liberty had been arguing and campaigning for a new Labour
Representation Committee since 1998, so when the present LRC was
formed in July 2004 we naturally gave it full support.
Individuals, trade union branches, CLPs and other organisations can
join the LRC.

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