Young Labour was founded in 1993 by a young activist called Tom Watson, (He went on to do other things, you might have heard.) succeeding the Labour Party Young Socialists. 

Since 1993, Young Labour has played a huge role campaigning for young people and knocking on doors to deliver a Labour government. 

Since 2015, Young Labour has tripled in membership and is now the biggest political youth movement in the whole of western Europe. 


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