Labour CND

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Labour CND
AbbreviationLCND
Formation1979; 39 years ago (1979)
Location
  • United Kingdom
Region served
United Kingdom
Main organ
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
Parent organisation
Labour Party
AffiliationsCentre Left Grassroots Alliance
Websitewww.labourcnd.org.uk

Labour CND (Lab CND) is a 'Specialist Section' of Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, specifically relating to CND-supporting members the Labour Party.

History[edit]

Labour CND was established in 1979 and exists to this day. High-profile members of Labour CND include the current Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn MP, former MPs Alice Mahon and Walter Wolfgang. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair and former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw were once members as young MPs.

External links[edit]

  • Official website
  • Labour CND Archive at University of Warwick
  • Steve Boggan (10 February 1998). "Politics: New Labour MPs bring CND back to parliament". The Independent. Retrieved 2009-08-06.