The history of the Labour Party celebrates our achievements from its emergence in 1900 as a parliamentary pressure group. We are right to regard as historic the establishment of the National Health Service, the enshrining in law of equality of opportunity for all and the creation and maintenance of an empowering welfare state – all Labour achievements.
Labour's Annual Conference takes place every Autumn and is one of the largest and most high profile political events in Europe.
Our delegates and visitors take part in debates to shape Labour's vision for Britain.
LGBT Labour - The Labour Campaign for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Rights is a socialist society affiliated to the Labour Party. Members include trade unionists and members of the Labour Party.
Disability Labour is an affiliate of the Labour Party. It exists to represent and support the interests of disabled Labour Party members and supporters.
Labour Women's Network are a voluntary group, funded entirely by members. They exist to secure the election of more Labour women to public office at every level, and to support Labour women to play a full part in the Party.
Labour Students is the student wing of the Labour Party and is home for all students in further and higher education in the UK.