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Labour Party (Great Britain)

  • [Name adopted 1906.]

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  • Variants

    • Britanskai︠a︡ rabochai︠a︡ partīi︠a︡
    • British Labour Party
    • Eikoku Rōdōtō
    • Labor Party (Great Britain)
    • Leĭboristskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ Anglii
    • Leĭboristskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ Velikobritanii
    • LPV
    • Mifleget ha-laibor (Great Britain)
    • Parti travailliste britannique
    • Partido Laborista (Great Britain)
    • Partido Laborista Británico
    • Yŏngguk Nodongdang
    • 工黨 (英國)
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        Political parties
    • Associated Locale

        Great Britain
    • Associated Locale

        London (England)
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  • Sources

    • found: Its Report, 1901.
    • found: Gorni, Y. ha-Ḳesher ha-du-mashmaʻi, 1982:p. 244 (Mifleget ha-laibor)
    • found: Chernet︠s︡kiĭ, S.A. Krizis britanskogo imperializma i Leĭboristskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ Velikobritanii, 1988:p. 4 (LPV)
    • found: Problemy truda v Anglīi, 1920:t.p. (... Britanskoĭ rabocheĭ partīi)
    • found: Delwit, P. Les partis socialistes et l'intégration européenne, 1995:p. 300 (Parti travailliste britannique)
    • found: Labour Party (Great Britain). Conference. Report of the ... Annual Conference of the Labour Party, 1906:t.p. (London)
    • found: Labour Representation Committee (Great Britain). The Labour Party foundation conference and annual conference reports, 1900-1905:p. 25 (Labour Representation Committee; London)
    • found: Wikipedia, 10 July 2013:(Labour Party (UK); a centre-left political party in the United Kingdom; headquarters: One Brewer's Green, London; founded in 1900 as the Labour Representation Committee, LRC; at a special conference called by the Trades Union Congress in Feb. 1900, it was decided to establish a distinct Labour group in Parliament to coordinate attempts to support MPs sponsored by trade unions and represent the working-class population; this created an association called the Labour Representation Committee (LRC); in the 1906 election, the LRC won 29 seats; on 15 Feb. 1906, in their first meeting after the election, the group's Members of Parliament decided to adopt the name "The Labour Party" formally)
    • found: Griffiths, James. "The plural society", 1957:title page (British Labour Party)
  • General Notes

    • [Name adopted 1906.]
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  • Change Notes

    • 1979-03-28: new
    • 2020-09-23: revised
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