Sites relating to the history of Labour.
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BBC NEWS Labour's PMs of the past
BBC News Online looks at the life and times of Labour past prime ministers.
Ernest Bevin (1881-1951)
Information about Clement Atlee's Foreign Secretary.
Guardian: In an ideal world
As the Fabian Society marks its birthday, Sunder Katwala celebrates 120 years of practical utopianism. Published in the Guardian.
History of the British Labour Party
This site briefly documents the Labour Party's history and includes some profiles of the leaders.
How the Labour Party was formed
A Marxist view on the origins of the Labour Party and its early history from the magazine Socialism Today.
Former Labour Member of Parliament for Birmingham, Selly Oak. Biography, blog, archive of parliamentary work from 1998 to 2010, and contacts.
Site detailing the activities of an organisation promoting an interest in the British Labour Movement.
Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury & Atcham between 1997 and 2005. Biography includes his rebellions against the part whip, crossing the floor of the House of Commons twice.
Richard Stafford Cripps (1889-1952)
Biographical information about the founder of Tribune and post-war Labour minister.
Wikipedia: History of the Labour Party (UK)
Article on the rise in Britain, of socialism, growth of the trade union representation, through Ramsay MacDonald's government in 1924, wartime coalition, Attlee's 1945 establishment of the NHS, to the 2010s. Includes reference and links to related articles.
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