UNISON MEMBERS AND THE ELECTION FOR LEADERSHIP OF THE LABOUR PARTY
The Labour Party National Executive has now agreed that Jeremy Corbyn will be allowed, as the incumbent, to appear on the ballot paper for the forthcoming lection for leader. The meeting that made that decision also set out the rules for who is allowed to vote in that election.
Unfortunately, it is not yet 100% clear who will be allowed to vote. For instance, will people who registered as supporters for £3 last year be allowed to vote, or people who affiliate to the Labour Party through their union now?
Rather than us provide you with out of date information – keep an eye on the link below which has a Frequently Asked Questions section which will be updated as thing become clearer.
The Labour Party is holding an election for the leadership of the party
Source: Labour leadership elections 2016 | Labour link | UNISON National