In joining the party, every member agrees to our Member’s Pledge, which you can read in full below. Members agree to act within the spirit and rules of the Labour Party, which can be read in full in our rule book, and our codes of conduct – all of which can be found below. These rights and responsibilities are of the utmost importance and are reviewed regularly by the NEC; the Labour Party’s ruling body.
I pledge to act within the spirit and rules of the Labour Party in my conduct both on and offline, with members and non-members and I stand against all forms of abuse.
I understand that if found to be in breach of the Labour Party policy on online and offline abuse, I will be subject to the rules and procedures of the Labour Party.
Rules and Codes of Conduct
Every person is entitled to feel safe from harm and prejudice, which the Labour Party’s codes of conduct enforce. Below are the Labour Party’s codes of conduct that all members agree to adhere to, as well as information regarding provisional membership and the complete Labour Party rulebook. If you have any questions regarding the welfare of members, supporters or members of the public, or would like to make a complaint to the party, you can get in touch below.