20) to the Labour Party Manifesto against the United Front is interesting; but actions speak louder than manifestos. Last week the Hendon Labour Party unanimously approved the candidature of Mr. R. F. 0. Bridgernan. There is a list of organisations ("The Communist Solar System ") to which members of the Labour Party may not belong. What has the National Executive to say to a candidate whose interests appear to be the league against Imperialism, the International Class War Prisoners' Aid, the Meerut Committee, Friends of the Soviet Union, the Amsterdam Anti-War Congress, the British Movement Against War and Fascism, the Women's Committee Against War and Fascism, contributions to the Daily Worker, lectures at Marx House and the Marx Summer School, and public speeches for the Cornmunist Party in various parts of London?
If candidates with such " qualifications" are acceptable to the Labour Party, why should the Communists worry about manifestos against a United Front?