Moz Bullbeck Reynolds
Women are still under represented in the Labour Party. And while strides had been made across the decades, much work is still required.
As a former CLP Vice Chair of Membership, I have had first hand experience of the challenges the Party faces in getting women to come forward & take their place in the management structures of the party. And as Chair of an LCF, I have witnessed the reticence of many women members to stand for Council positions.
But we do not need ask why. Unfortunately women typically shy away from the brutality of politics and consequently find themselves then brutalised by male driven legislation.
As a woman who does not fear the brutality of gender politics nor any politics, I must stand by my comrades, both female & male, to progress politics to a state whereby a just & fair representation of all is achieved