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By Henry Pelling (auth.)

This textual content presents an introductory account of the Labour get together from its origin. It not just covers the interval as much as and together with the election of Neil Kinnock because the chief of the Labour get together but in addition concentrates at the difficulties of the parliamentary leadership.

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A further result of Syndicalism was that an interesting daily labour newspaper called the Herald came into existence. P. Its contributors were all rebels of one sort or another, but not necessarily Syndicalists or even Socialists. They included many able men, for instance, G. K. Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, the cartoonist Will Dyson, and the young Oxford don G. D. H. Cole, who evolved the idea of Guild Socialism as a sort of compromise between parliamentary action and the popular desire for workers' control of industry.

By 1925, however, the Communists and their sympathisers had already managed to 'capture' quite a number of the local parties, especially the still rather feeble ones in the London area; and by the summer of 1927 the National Executive had had to disaffiliate a total of 23, including 15 in the London area. :; were promptly replaced by new ones formed by the National Executive.

As well as other Socialists such as those belonging to the Clarion Fellowship, which was sponsored by Robert Blatchford's Clarion newspaper. P. P. at its peak. P. F. By this time, furthermore, it was seeking reaffiliation to the Labour Party. P. with the trade unionists was thus but narrowly defeated in 1909-1 l, but for various reasons mainly the emergence of new issues - it weakened thereafter. In the course of 191 l a new challenge to the Labour Party appeared among its own affiliated organisations.

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