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THE PARTIES

Party cannot afford to overlook. When, on the other hand, the party has a majority, the number of Members of Parliament sponsored by trade unions is likely to be a smaller proportion of the whole, and the political side of the movement, the constituency parties, is likely to be correspondingly more powerful; and they, too, cannot be disregarded.
The Trade Union Congress does not call for special consideration here, but it must be remembered that it takes decisions on political as well as industrial policy, and that the direction it gives to the movement at its annual conference has a marked influence on the party. Thus we not infrequently find that a resolution on national policy of great moment, such as that on the invasion of Abyssinia by Italy, may be drafted and passed first in the Congress and then adopted verbatim by the conference. The political side of the movement may find its freedom of action hampered thereby, although, as in that case, slightly different interpretation may be given to it by the political leaders who have considerations of a wider political character in mind.
Then, finally, there is the Co-operative Party which put forward 21 out of the 552 Labour candidates in 1935, pays for an agent in Io constituencies, and contributes to expenses in others. A loose working agreement with Labour provides for a national joint committee, and some criticism has occurred of what is claimed to be the somewhat privileged position of the Co-operative Party owing to its power to make separate arrangements with divisional Labour parties, agreeing to finance candidates. But it hardly seems that this is a greater power than that enjoyed by the trade unions. The party is composed of those co-operative societies which have joined together to create it. It affiliates with the Labour Party locally and not nationally, unlike the Royal Arsenal Co-operative

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