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What's a submission?
A submission is simply your input into Labour's policy development process. Submissions which are made here on Labour Policy Forum go forward to meetings of bodies called Policy Commissions. You can read more about Labour's Policy Commissions here. Wherever you see the 'Make a submission' button, you can tell us what you think about the subject matter at hand. Submissions can be made in response to consultation documents, or directly to a Policy Commission. Just have a look at the Policy Commissions page, choose the one which is responsible for the area you're interested in, and click on it to go through to its page.
How to make a submission
Making a submission is straightforward – just complete the text fields as directed.
Submissions via Labour Policy Forum should ideally be no more than 600 words, which is the maximum allowed in the submission text field. However, if you want to add a longer submission or some supporting information, you can attach a document using the button directly under the text input field.
Please type your submission directly into the text box - or remove any formatting before copying first and then pasting. Certain types of formatting can appear oddly on the website.