National Labour Organisation
The National Labour Organisation, also known as the National Labour Committee, was a British political group formed after the 1931 creation of the National Government to co-ordinate the efforts of th...
Labour Independent Group
The Labour Independent Group was an organisation of five former Labour Party Members of Parliament (MPs) in the United Kingdom.In April 1948, the MP John Platts-Mills campaigned for Pietro Nenni and t...
Scottish Labour Party (1976)
The Scottish Labour Party (SLP) was formed on January 18, 1976, as a breakaway from the UK Labour Party, by members disaffected with the then Labour Government's failure to secure a devolved Scottish ...
Militant tendency
The Militant tendency, previously the Revolutionary Socialist League, was a Trotskyist entryist group working within the British Labour Party which was based around the Militant newspaper founded in 1...
Socialist Party (England and Wales)
The Socialist Party is a Trotskyist political party in England and Wales which adopted its current name in 1997. It was formerly best known as the Militant tendency within the Labour Party in the latt...
Socialist Party (England and Wales) - Wikipedia
Socialist People's Party (Furness)
The People's Party or Socialist People's Party is a minor political party in the Furness region of England.The party was founded in 1995 by four Labour Party borough councillors who had been suspended...
Socialist People's Party (Furness) - Wikipedia
Limehouse Declaration
The Limehouse Declaration was a statement issued on 25 January 1981 by four senior British Labour politicians, all MPs or former MPs and Cabinet Ministers: Roy Jenkins, David Owen, Bill Rodgers and Sh...
Moderate Labour Party
The Moderate Labour Party was a minor political party in the United Kingdom. It was founded in about 1985 by former members of the Labour Party who were opposed to the miners' strike.It was particula...
Socialist Party Wales
The Socialist Party Wales or Plaid Sosialaidd Cymru is the Welsh regional organisation of the Socialist Party of England and Wales, a section of the CWI.The SPW is a Trotskyist organisation that previ...
Coalition Labour
Coalition Labour was a description previously used by the Labour Party in support of candidates in the 1918 General Election who supported the ruling coalition. Only two, J. R. Bell and James Parker,...
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Isaías Samakuva

Isaías Henrique Ngola Samakuva (born July 8, 1946) is an Angolan politician who has been the President of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) since 2003.Born in Kunji,...
Socialist Labour Party (UK) election results
The Socialist Labour Party's results in general elections are as follows.
The Party managed to get its highest percentage share in any individual parliamentary constituency at the 2005 general ele...
Scottish Militant Labour
Scottish Militant Labour (SML) was a Trotskyist political party operating in Scotland in the 1990s and was part of the Committee for a Workers' International. It later became known as the Internationa...
Liverpool 29
The Liverpool 29 councillors were 29 left-wing councillors on the Liverpool City Council who were suspended from the Labour Party group on the council in 1990 for voting against rent rises, redundanci...
Democratic Labour Party (UK)
The Democratic Labour Party is a small British left-wing political party in Walsall, sometimes known as the Walsall Democratic Labour Party. It was founded as a breakaway from the Labour Party after l...
Caroline Thomson
Caroline Agnes Morgan Thomson, Lady Liddle (born 15 May 1954) is a former BBC executive. She was the Corporation's chief operating officer, from March 2011 to September 2012 and she stood in for Mark ...
Caroline Thomson - Wikipedia
Democratic Labour
Democratic Labour was a minor political party operating in the United Kingdom in the 1970s. They were formed by the Labour MP, Dick Taverne when his Constituency Labour Party (Lincoln) asked him to s...
Social Democratic Party (UK) leadership election, 1982
The 1982 Social Democratic Party leadership election was called following the formation of the then Social Democratic Party. The party had been founded by the Gang of Four the previous year and had ra...
Social Democratic Party (UK) leadership election, 1982 - Wikipedia
Liberal Democrats Chief Whip
This is a list of people who have served as Chief Whip of the Liberal Democrats in the Parliament of the United Kingdom and of its predecessor parties. The Liberal Party was formed in 1859, but throug...
Social Democratic Alliance (UK)
The Social Democratic Alliance (SDA) was a political organisation in the United Kingdom.
The group was founded in June 1975 by councillors and other individuals on the right wing of the Labour Par...
Social Democratic Alliance (UK) - Wikipedia
Campaign for Democratic Socialism
The Campaign for Democratic Socialism or CDS was an organization of the British Labour Party, serving as a pressure group representing the right wing of the party. Established in 1960, the CDS was com...
Socialist Labour Party (UK)
The Socialist Labour Party (SLP) is a socialist political party in the United Kingdom. The party was established in 1996 and is led by former trade union leader Arthur Scargill. The party's name highl...
Socialist Labour Party (UK) - Wikipedia
Andrew Rawnsley
Andrew Nicholas James Rawnsley (born 5 January 1962, Leeds) is a British political journalist and broadcaster. A columnist for The Observer, he has written two books on New Labour.
He was educated...