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John Mills, Chair   

John Mills is an economist, entrepreneur, author and the Chairman and majority shareholder of JML (John Mills Ltd), an import-export and distribution company. With subsidiary companies and trading relations in Europe, the Far East and North America, JML is a fast-growing company with an annual turnover currently of about £100m. A lifelong Labour Party supporter and campaigner for the UK to vote to Leave the EU, Mr Mills is a former Labour Councillor in Camden and was the Deputy Chairman of the London Docklands Development Corporation from 1985 to 1987. He has been a Parliamentary candidate twice in 1974 and for the European Parliament in 1979.

Brendan Chilton, Director   

Brendan Chilton was the Labour candidate for Ashford in the 2015 General Election and has served as a Borough Councillor and Group Leader since 2011 on Ashford Council. Brendan is a graduate of the University of Kent and was active in Student politics, founding the University of Kent Labour Club. Working privately to John Mills since 2012, Brendan and John set up Labour for a Referendum and then the highly successful Labour Leave campaign for the 2016 Referendum. Brendan has worked in both the private, public and third sector and is an ardent Labour campaigner and supporter. Brendan is a keen skiier, historian, and cook and always enjoys a Fine Cuban cigar.

Ed Rennie, Political Analyst   

Ed Rennie is our lead political analyst. Ed has been a Labour Councillor and worked for both Emily Thornberry and Jim Dobbin MP before helping found Labour Future. He takes the lead on establishing and strengthening our relationships across the Labour movement, with MPs, Trade Unionists, Councillors, the Coop party and Constituency parties. Ed first supported Labour in 1987 and joined the party in 1994 when John Smith was leader, since then he has campaigned for Labour at every General Election, and in several local elections. He has a proven track record in community politics especially in chairing public meetings and establishing unanimity on support for policy development. Ed will take the lead for Labour Future in our local engagement efforts across the country, especially in our traditional heartland communities.

COALITIONS FOR CHANGE


Labour Future’s purpose is to steer the Labour party towards two key aims: reconnecting with the working class base, and reshaping the British economy towards a more manufacturing based, high wage, high job security, and resilient economy. Only by addressing these core issues can Labour win the support of the country.

Secondly, we must reshape the British economy towards a more manufacturing based, high wage, high job security, and resilient economy. We need a competitive exchange rate, and an environment that encourages long term investment over short term profiteering and asset sales.

Only by addressing these core issues can Labour win the support of the country.