The National Policy Forum, or NPF, is a body of Representatives from all the major groups in the Labour Party, from constituency parties and regions to affiliated trade unions and socialist societies. Its role is to shape the Labour Party’s policy agenda.

Labour East National Policy Representatives are elected by members to represent the views of members in the region.

They are committed to ensuring that members’ voices are heard in the National Policy Forum and to feeding back to those members who contribute their ideas.

You can invite NPF reps to come to your local party meetings or events to talk about the policy making process and to help facilitate policy discussions in your area.

Name

Policy Commission

Russell Cartwright Economy, Business and Trade Policy
Shelly Darwin Pensions and Equality Policy
Owen Hooper Early Years, Education and Skills Policy
Cameron Matthews Early Years, Education and Skills Policy
Bryony Rudkin International Policy
Joanne Rust Health and Social Care Policy
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