Labour Party Website Gets Made Over

So, as Tony Blair and John Prescott set out the timetable for the change of leadership the Party has refreshed the website, and very nice it is too.

Not only does the look seem crisper, but there’s a sense that the site (and therefore the Party) wants to engage with us.  If you go look you’ll see that what dominates the home page is a debate on the future of the country.

I have a feeling there’s more to come – the blog pages aren’t complete – but it’s nice to see more of sense of how we work as a party with pages on TULO and the Socialist International (no link through to the SI website though, which is a bit naughty) for example.

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About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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One Response to Labour Party Website Gets Made Over

  1. It ain’t much cop if you’re a 800×600 kind of person, though…

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