Labour Party Young Socialists
|Organisation type:||Youth Organisation|
|Documents in Archive:||3|
|Related Organisation:||Labour Party [Britain]|
|Related Collection:||The British Left on Ireland|
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The Labour Party Young Socialists (LPYS) was the name of the youth section of the British Labour Party from 1965 until 1993. The LPYS was the most successful of the youth sections of the Labour Party in the post war period, at one point having nearly 600 branches and attendances at its national conference of nearly 2000 in the mid-1980s, publishing a monthly newspaper Socialist Youth, during which time it was under the leadership of the Militant tendency.Wikipedia
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The Communist, No. 88
British and Irish Communist Organisation
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