What is the difference between Young Fabians and Young Labour?

Answer

Young Labour is the formal representation of under-27 members of the Labour Party and partakes in a wide range of activity most noticeable supporting Labours campaign work. The Young Fabians consist of under-31s and we focus on fostering debate, ideas and policy.

Our membership is separate to the Labour party, with members from both from the party and beyond.


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