Stephen Kinnock MP and Hamish Sandison, Chair of Labour Business, outline how to bust the myth that Labour is anti-business. First published in Labour List, Thursday 13th May Last week, London was Boris Johnson’s London. This week, London is a changed
On Monday night, we said farewell to the Labour Finance and Industry Group (LFIG) as it relaunched under its new name, Labour Business. Labour Business has an incredibly proud history: it was established by Harold Wilson in 1972 to start that conversation
Devised by business experts, the “Labour Business: Policies for London” report sets out detailed policies for London ranging from a shared ownership housing scheme for employers and employees to an innovation challenge fund for London’s outer boroughs. The report also
LFIG Fringe at Labour Party Conference 2015 Date & Time Tuesday 29th September 2015, 17:30 to 19:30 Venue GB1 Terrace, The Grand Hotel Sponsors Labour Finance & Industry
LFIG, the Labour Finance and Industry Group, is the only socialist society affiliated to the Labour Party which is exclusively focussed on business – Labour Business. Our remit is twofold: to engage with the business community, and to develop the
We asked the candidates: How will you bust the myth that Labour is anti-business? Hamish Sandison, LFIG Chair The Labour Finance and Industry Group (LFIG) has asked the Leadership and Deputy Leadership candidates how they will “bust the myth that
LFIG’S new Chairman is Hamish Sandison. He is a partner in the Fieldfisher international law firm, and Chairman of their consultancy arm, Fieldfisher Consulting. He has served as a member of LFIG’s executive Committee for 2 years, and was a
A new LFIG/Society of Labour Lawyers (SLL) Report recommends ways of introducing a socially responsible procurement policy for the next Labour Government. This report, prepared for the Labour Finance and Industry Group and the Society of Labour Lawyers by an
The Labour Finance and Industry Group (LFIG) is present at the 2014 Labour Party Annual Conference in Manchester with an exhibition stand and a range of fringe events on topics including public procurement, transport and empowering freelancers, start-ups and small business.
A new LFIG report calls for freelancing to be placed at the heart of the Labour party’s policy agenda. “Freelancers and the self-employed deserve to have their own policy agenda and framework” says Philip Ross author of the new Labour Finance and Industry Report entitled ‘The Freelancing Agenda’.