Membership FAQs

When will I get my membership pack?
The last few weeks have seen a huge number of people join the Labour Party. This is wonderful news, however it also means that it’s taking us a little longer than usual to send membership packs out. But rest assured they’re on their way and will be with you in the coming weeks.

How can I find out my membership number?
Your membership number can be found on the front of your membership card or on any membership-related correspondence you receive by post. If you don’t have these to hand, just contact us atlabourmembership@labour.org.uk or call us on 0845 092 2299 and we’ll be able to tell you what your membership number is.

Can I come to Conference?
Any member of the Labour Party can attend Conference as a visitor and there are a range of passes available for all or part of Conference starting from just £28. Click here to read more information about the event, or click here to begin the process of applying for your spot.

If I need to change any of my details (e.g. email address, home address, membership rate etc.), how do I do that?
If you need to update any of your personal information, please email your new details along with your membership number tolabourmembership@labour.org.uk or you can call us on 0845 092 2299.

How can I contact an MP?
Our MPs would be more than happy to hear from you, and you can get in touch with any of them by looking them up on this website.

As a member, can I vote in the leadership election?
You can vote as long as you are a fully paid up member by noon on 12th August 2015. You can find out more about voting in the leadership election by heading here.

How do I know if I’m eligible to vote in the leadership election?
All fully paid up members, affiliated and registered supporters who have submitted their applications by noon on 12th August 2015 are eligible to vote. You can become the Labour Party’s newest member athttps://join.labour.org.uk and you can sign up as a registered supporter by heading to https://supporters.labour.org.uk/leadership/1.

You can find out more about voting in the leadership election athttp://www.labour.org.uk/blog/entry/how-to-vote-for-our-next-leader-and-deputy-leader.

Can I vote in the mayoral election?
All members, affiliated and registered supporters who are registered to vote in London and who have submitted their applications by noon on 12th August 2015 are eligible to vote. You can become the Labour Party’s newest member at https://join.labour.org.uk and you can sign up as a registered supporter by heading tohttps://supporters.labour.org.uk/leadership/1.

I’m thinking about standing as a candidate - how do I do that?
To stand as a representative of the Labour Party, you need to be a member of the party for 1 year. You can join the party athttps://join.labour.org.uk/. The party offers training courses in campaigning and our Future Candidates Programme is geared towards anyone thinking of becoming a councillor or an MP in the future. If you have any questions about this programme then please contacttraining@labour.org.uk.

Why is my Trade Union not listed?
The list is made up solely of trade unions that are affiliated to the Labour Party, which is why your union is not included.

If you would like us to make a note of your trade union on your membership record you can email us atlabourmembership@labour.org.uk with your membership number and the trade union that you are a member of and we'll get this updated for you.
 
I’m confused - am I a member or a donor or registered supporter?
If you’re unsure about what your current status with the Labour Party is, please contact us at labourmembership@labour.org.uk or call 0845 092 2299 and our staff will be able to have a look into your records to help clarify things for you. 

How do I get a new membership card?
If you’ve lost your membership card, just contact us with your membership number or your postcode atlabourmembership@labour.org.uk or call 0845 092 2299 and we can arrange for a new one to be sent out to you.

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