Delegates at Unite policy conference this week voted narrowly to reject the restoration of Clause IV. But there was still strong support amongst union activists for a socialist Labour Party.
The Labour4Clause4 campaign is busy on all fronts, from the trade unions to the Labour Party, pushing for the restoration of the original Clause IV.
The enthusiastic response at a recent meeting on the topic of Clause IV at SOAS university shows the strong support for nationalisation and common ownership that exists amongst young people.
The Labour4Clause4 campaign held another successful union fringe meeting, this time at the PCS annual conference in Brighton on 22nd May.
The Labour4Clause4 campaign is finding an echo throughout the labour movement. From CLPs and trade unions, through to Momentum groups and on the streets: the campaign to restore Clause 4 is making a mark.
The renationalisation of Royal Mail and telecoms was a hot topic at the recent conference of the Communication Workers Union. Labour4Clause4 were present with a fringe meeting, supporting the demand for public ownership and democratic control.