Labour International

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Labour International
Abbreviation LI
Membership
3,500
Co-Chairs
Colin O`Driscoll and Jenny Semahimbo
Parent organisation
Labour Party
Website www.labourinternational.net

Labour International is an organisation for members of the Labour Party who live outside the United Kingdom.[1] It is recognised by the National Executive Committee as a Constituency Labour Party.

The purpose of the organisation is represent Labour members who live abroad, whether temporarily or permanently; to help maximise the Labour Party vote from overseas and to gain ideas from party members living in other countries.

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