Labour party amendments with union investments
Positive changes are ahead to prevent investments in Labour party from affecting political direction.
12:01 27 July 2013
The Labour party will be changing its methods, says Ed Miliband, so that people must specifically choose to become a member of the party. The change comes after David Cameron suggested that Labour was being primarily swayed by its union contributors.
The party receives a large amount of its financial support from the unions, but the government wants to ensure that laws are not just made simply because those who invested most in the party should determine the political direction.
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