Each Labour Party constituency has a set of procedural rules to aid in the smooth, democratic and transparent operation of the constituency and branches allowing every member to be heard and play a full and active role.
These procedural rules are often referred to as ‘standing orders‘. Don’t be concerned – unlike our Party Rule Book – these documents are brief.
Taking a look at the ‘standing orders’ of the CLP and/or your Branch will give you excellent insight into what happens at a typical constituency or branch monthly meeting or annual general meeting (AGM).
Scarborough Branch Standing Orders