Welcome to Labour's online home of policy development and ideas, where you can take part in our open and democratic policy-making process, Agenda 2020. Whether you're a Labour Party member or not, we want to hear your ideas on how the next Labour government should tackle the challenges our country faces, and build a more equal and prosperous Britain.
Labour Party policy is made democratically, through discussion and consultation with members, the public, businesses, experts and civil society groups. You can use this website to take part too. Join discussions with politicians and representatives from across the Labour Party, share your ideas with us, and help us build a more equal and prosperous Britain.
You can see some of the topics we’re currently discussing below.
Everyone should feel safe in their home, at work, and in their neighbourhood. To continue protecting the communities they serve, we need to ensure the police are prepared for the new threats and challenges of the 21st Century. Tell us what you think
Priority issue consultation: Transport
Local transport services are vital to our communities and local economies. To meet the needs of these communities, we need to improve access, make services more locally accountable, and ensure future transport projects are environmentally sustainable. Tell us what you think
Priority issue consultation: Security and Defence
The next Labour government will need to ensure the safety of the British people and contribute to global peace and security in a rapidly changing international environment. Tell us what you think
This website has been designed to allow anyone interested in politics and ideas to have a say in the development of Labour policy. The views that you feed in through your submissions and comments will contribute to a wider discussion about the future direction of our country.
On Labour Policy Forum you will find a range of publications, including consultation documents published as part of Agenda 2020, our democratic policy development process. You can read anything on the site without registering or logging in, but to be able to comment and make submissions for yourself, CLP or organisation, you will need to log in first.