Photos/videos of TOTP on Justice/Constitutional Reform, 10 July 2012

RESULTS OF BALLOT

Top Policy: David Hines (Operations Manager, National Victims’ Association) – An obligation by the State to recognise Homicide Victims’ needs

N0 2 Policy: Amanda Ramsay (Labour Uncut and Bristol South Labour Party development officer) – Keeping social welfare legal aid in scope

Joint No 3 Policies:

Jessica Asato (Ambassador for Make Justice Work, Councillor for the London Borough of Islington and Vice-Chair of the Fabian Society) – Greater use of Intensive Alternatives to Custody Orders instead of short-term custodial sentences.

Nick Goldberg (Labour Party activist) – Executive responsibility for drug policy should be handed to an independent panel of experts and professionals.

PHOTOS

All photos by Shaun Seymour (©). For permission to use them, contact @shaunseymour.

VIDEO CLIPS    

[apologies for poor quality of footage]

Sadiq Khan MP, Shadow Justice Secretary, addressing the event as Chair.

David Hines (Operations Manager, National Victims’ Association) giving his final 1 minute pitch following the dead heat with Amanda Ramsay.

Amanda Ramsay giving her final 1 minute presentation following the dead heat with David Hines.

Jessica Asato (Councillor for the London Borough of Islington and Vice-Chair of the Fabian Society) gives her 90 seconds policy pitch – ‘Greater use of Intensive Alternatives to Custody Orders instead of short-term custodial sentences’.

Jonathan Todd (PragRad Vice-Chair) presenting his 90 seconds policy idea.

John Slinger

About John Slinger

Chair and co-founder of Pragmatic Radicalism. Consultant at strategic communications consultancy Quiller Consultants (Westminster). Vice-Chair of Rugby Constituency Labour Party (http://www.rugbylabour.org/). 'Pop-up' writer (see http://slingerblog.blogspot.com). Member of Progress and Unite. Trustee Director of Carers Support Service (Warwickshire charity running young carers projects). Fellow of Humanitarian Intervention Centre (http://hicentre.org/). Executive Committee member of Labour Friends of Iraq (http://www.labourfriendsofiraq.org.uk/). Formerly worked for Ann Clwyd MP in the House of Commons. Twitter @JohnSlinger