Page 1, 17th June 1960

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Page 1, 17th June 1960 — MID-WAY ' PLAN

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From Our Parliamentary Correspondent THE British Labour Movement is a coalition of Constituency Labour Party supporters and members of the Trade Unions and Co-ops. "Socialists" dominate in the Constituency Labour Parties, but many Co-operators and Trade Unionists are also "Socialist". Many, however, are not.

Very many unenthusiastically accept a political alliance formed at a time when widespread poverty bred class hatred and when working-class interests needed to secure representation in a largely unsympathetic House of Commons. Many deliberately "contract out" of the political alliance.

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