Labour Party (UK)

The Labour Party is a political party in the United Kingdom that has been described as an alliance of social democrats, democratic socialists and trade unionists. The Labour Party... Wikipedia

  • Leader:  Keir Starmer
  • Deputy Leader:  Angela Rayner
  • General Secretary:  David Evans
  • Chair:  Anneliese Dodds
  • Lords Leader:  The Baroness Smith of Basildon
  • Founded:  February 27, 1900
  • Preceded by:  Labour Representation Committee
  • Headquarters:  Southside, 105 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QT, Labour Central, Kings Manor, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6PA
  • Youth wing:  Young Labour
  • LGBT wing:  LGBT+ Labour
  • Membership (2022):  415,000
  • Ideology:  Social democracy, Democratic socialism
  • Political position:  Centre-left
  • European affiliation:  Party of European Socialists
  • International affiliation:  Progressive Alliance, Socialist International (observer)
  • Affiliate party:  Co-operative Party, (Labour and Co-operative)
  • Colours:  Red
  • Slogan:  "Stronger Together" (2022)
  • Anthem:  "The Red Flag"
  • Governing body:  National Executive Committee
  • Devolved or semi-autonomous branches:  London Labour, Scottish Labour, Welsh Labour, Labour Party in Northern Ireland
  • Parliamentary party:  Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP)
  • House of Commons:  200 / 650
  • House of Lords:  50 / 100
  • Scottish Parliament:  22 / 129
  • Senedd:  30 / 60
  • Regional mayors [nb]:  8 / 10
  • London Assembly:  11 / 25
  • PCCs and PFCCs:  8 / 39
  • LA mayors:  10 / 16
  • Councillors [nb]:  5,879 / 19,171
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo