No mention of Labour in the story.
S Secretary of Labour in the 1930s.
But the SNP did not take Glasgow, its key target, and ended up with fewer seats than Labour in Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
Well done Labour for your awful PFI.
I haven't voted for Labour for years.
I voted Labour for well over 50 years.
And the male leadership of Labour for 13 years did nothing to improve that situation.
New Labour for a Nuclear Future??? Of course the Tories have always been pro-Nuclear.
But not to Labour with a capital L.
Nor do they trust Labour with the economy.
In NSW that is LABOUR with a Hard in front of it.
Secondly, National inherited the books from Labour with very little government debt.
Robert, you typify all that is rotten in Labour with your sneering lack of morality.
Several trends have converged to present Labour with an unprecedented opportunity to win the loyalty of such voters.
I no longer trust Labour on the NHS.
You can't trust Labour on immigration.
Thats what they should attack the Labour on.
National under Key is much closer to Labour on race relations than it was under Brash.
Jimmie Got ta wonder if this is the trigger that sets Labour on Bill English's record.
But for democracy I don't want to have nobody but Labour on my ballot paper when I vote.
Currently, there's a possible coalition that doesn't involve National, which is an improvement for Labour on last year.
That broad approach carries over to Labour today.
It commits Labour to a politics of the Common Good.
Mr Robertson, the critic, led Labour to a honourable third place in Wellington central.
It remains a specialized Court, but removed from the Ministry of Labour to the Judiciary.
First you say we should prop up Labour to keep the Tories out (even though the Labour Party itself won't allow this).
This is also true for Labour at the moment.
He is representing Labour at the convention.
Things are becoming very fraught in Labour at the moment.
Those who voted Labour at the last election must be thinking they have been sold short.
Stuttering, waffling or saying bugger all doesn't seem to be a a hugely successful strategy for Labour at the moment.
They failed to ban postal voting, which, through fraud, must have secured at least 30 seats for Labour at the last election.
But Labour as a party here has a dilemma.
This was then used by Labour as a negative.
The Realists see Labour as a political party.
I say Rise up Nigerians!!! Organize Labour as a body of masses defender should react immediately.
But what's also been remarked upon is the air-gap between Cunliffe's statements and the policy vacuum in Labour as a whole.
Labour Of Love II, released in November of 1989.
Mr Clegg accused Labour of playing politics with the issue.
Life and Labour of the People in London Volume 1 (London: Macmillan, 1902) pp.
I firmly reject our critics who accuse Labour of having an economic policy little different from National's.
However, I have yet to hear from anyone, be they Conservative, Labour of Liberal Democrats what the advantages are of staying in the EU.
Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People in London: Final Volume--Notes on Social Influences and Conclusion, New York, AMS Press, Inc.
But Labour under Clark is a consevative staus quo party.
He was one of the 12 secret donors to Labour under Mr Blair's regime.
The Conservatives were ousted by Labour under Tony Blair in 1997, after 19 years in power.
But Labour under Crossman and Shirley wanted equality of outcome, not equality of opportunity.
That will put Government TDs Paschal Donohoe of Fine Gael or Joe Costello of Labour under pressure.
I think Lib Dems should shed Nick and Pact with Labour under Vince and get PR instated and Lords reformed.
I do understand the criticism of Labour over this issue.
There has been highly corrupt goings on in Labour over the years.
In fact we are a thorn in the side of both National and Labour over superannuation.
We've seen it also with the caving into supporting Labour over excluding Mr Wilders.
I think the msm have been restrained, kind even, to Labour over Shearer's leadership.
And the revelation of secret talks with Labour over the weekend has incensed many Tories.
This paragraph gives all the reason for sending Labour into exile.
Balls was already rumoured to be committed to taking Labour into Opposition.
It is Shearers own actions that make us doubt he can lead Labour into the next election.
But the political environment was such that it pushed Labour into carrying this out comprehensively.
Ms Shortall's resignation has plunged Labour into its biggest political crisis since it entered Government in February 2011.
Little distinguishes Labour from Labour lite.
She was Minister of Labour from 1929 until 1931.
He spoke to a party that spent much of the last decade attacking Labour from the left.
Not that that has stopped Labour from stuffing the electorate after polling a minority vote the last couple of times.
There is a mix of fatalism and ostrich-like denial that is preventing Labour from facing up to its daunting prospects.
He has managed to create bad headlines for Labour by.
Lamont wants to unite Labour by cancelling devolution.
Yeah, looks like we'll get Labour by default next time round.
Some of these readers can be glimpsed in a social survey, Boy Life and Labour by A rnold Freeman.
Nor was the ILP largely unchanged: by 1936 it was a shrunken shell and replaced as an alternative to Labour by the Communist Party.
Whoever leads Labour after that will have a very difficult job.
UKIP man responded after 15 minutes, Labour after two days and the Independent after three.
It started under Labour after Hutton and has continued apace under the auspices of the Tories.
She's no longer Minister of Labour after resigning that yesterday, but says she deserves to stay on as a minister.
Labour's strategy seems to rely on other parties (a) getting the votes and (b) supporting Labour after the election.
Of course, the BBC was disappointed when the Lib Dems didn't throw in their lot with Labour after the last election.
But they haven't kept Labour out of power.
People have simply tuned Labour out of the economic debate.
Only the susprise exist would have gotten Labour out of this hole.
Perhaps, then, the problem you identify is more one that has affected Labour rather than the thinkers and movements beyond it.
MOHAMMED AMIN: At the next General Election we need the Liberal Democrats to take votes from Labour rather than taking them from us.
But because we attach so much significance to our reasons for what makes us Labour rather than, say, Tory we similarly assume the same motivations in others.
The Act is administered by the Ministry of Labour through its Industrial Relations Division.
One was Peruvian Ministry of Labour through its Construyendo Peru programme, which provided US$.
I choose to provide any strategic advice I may or may not have for Labour through avenues other than the Kiwiblog comments section.
Whereas in 1940 nearly 75 percent of the unionised workforce were affiliated to Labour through their unions, by 1975 only a little over 42 percent were.
Yan donated $5000 to both National and Labour during the 2005 election campaign.
Morgan Reynolds was the chief economist for the US Department of Labour during 2001 -- 2, George W.
Currently their case is: ' manufacturing not doing too much worse than it was under Labour during the global financial crisis.
Remember what happened last time Tories ousted Labour during an economic crisis? Maggie Thatcher and the destruction of our industrial base.
Harlow followed the national story, staying Tory until 1997 when it became Labour before reverting back to the Tories in 2010.
When I made my $400 donation to Labour before the last election I got an A3 envelope emblazoned with Labour in the mail that I didn't ask for or expect.