Branch AGMs 2017

The main purpose of the Branch (BLP) AGM is to elect members who will take positions within the branch. All members who are eligible to vote can also stand for positions in the branch. 

The Branch (BLP) AGM also nominates members for positions at Constituency Labour Party (CLP) level. Members will need at least one nomination from a Branch (BLP) or a branch affiliated to the Tottenham Labour Party (i.e. Trade Unions, SEA, Co-Op etc). 

Elections and Positions at Branch AGMs

The main purpose of the Branch (BLP) AGM is to elect members who will take positions within the branch. All members who are eligible to vote can also stand for... Read more

The Labour Party rules are very clear that all members who take part in BLP AGMs must be a fully paid up member living in the ward. 

A 'fully paid up member' is someone who is not in arrears on the day of the AGM. Please clear any arrears you may have at least 7 days prior to the meeting to ensure that the payment is processed on time. 

To ensure all members meet this rule, members are required to bring ID to the meeting and show this to the BLP Secretary when you arrive. 

ID Checks At Meetings

The Labour Party rules are very clear that all members who take part in BLP AGMs must be a fully paid up member living in the ward.  A 'fully paid... Read more

The Tottenham Labour Party is made up of 9 branches. Our branches are based on local authority wards. Branches are known as Branch Labour Parties (BLPs). You belong to the branch based on where you live. You cannot change branches (unless you move). You will not be allowed to vote at a BLP AGM if you do not belong to that branch. Click here if you do not know which ward you live in. 

The Tottenham Labour Party Executive Committee (EC) have announced the date for BLP AGMs as Wednesday 5th July 2017. Below are the details of the time and venues of the BLP AGMs. 

AGM 2017 Meeting Details (Venue, Time etc)

The Tottenham Labour Party is made up of 9 branches. Our branches are based on local authority wards. Branches are known as Branch Labour Parties (BLPs). You belong to the... Read more

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