What we do

Labour Networks Ltd was founded to help connect activists and members within the Labour Party. We do this by providing data and communications services to selected activists and causes within Labour to allow them to connect with members.

For example:

We helped the ‘Solidarity against antisemitism’ petition happen, which led to more than 1,000 Labour members come together to call for action on antisemitism in the summer of 2018. The petition was mentioned by Gordon Brown in his September 2018 speech. We acted as the data controller for the petition, providing appropriate governance in line with GDPR safeguards.

We worked with members across the North East of England to collect signatures for an open letter expressing solidarity with Hilary Armstrong, when North West Durham CLP called for her expulsion. The letter received regional media coverage including in the Northern Echo.

We manage the data and communications of our founder, Lewis Atkinson, who is an elected member of Labour’s National Policy Forum representing North East & Cumbria Labour members. We provide the data and communications support so Lewis can update members on his work.

All of our work is underpinned by appropriate governance, including our privacy policy which outlines how we collect and use data.