Party release details of new policies

icon power22 October ~ Labour have released details of how they intend to implement their proposals for fan power in football. Jon Cruddas, co-ordinator of the Labour Party Policy Review, says that the process would involve passing new laws which would make it legally enforceable that the supporters’ trust would be able to appoint members of their club’s board of directors. They would also use an umbrella body to make sure the supporters’ trusts themselves were properly run, while offering training to fans before they take up positions on the board. More details of Labour’s plans can be found here.

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