We are the biggest Labour society in London – promoting labour values on campus and beyond.

 We are an active society, at the forefront of student politics at LSE and nationally alongside Labour Students.

We hold a range of active and wide-ranging events throughout the year, from political discussions to social nights, and pride ourselves on being an open and inclusive society. You’re sure to enjoy your time here!

The LSE counts innumerable Labour politicos as alumni, ranging from Hugh Dalton and Merlyn Rees to the current high-profile Labour MPs, Ed Miliband and Yvette Cooper. This spirit of public service remains core to the principles of our society, as it has the university since it was founded by the Fabians in 1895. LSE is a university which is proudly intertwined with Labour’s history.

We welcome everyone who loves Labour politics and debate, so do come and join us!  You can join the society as an LSE student at: SU website – membership of the national Labour Party is encouraged but not a requirement!

The Fabian Window depicts the founders of the Society and holds pride of place in the LSE’s Shaw Library.

Our society is also affiliated with the national Labour Students organisation, this enables us to attend national events, take part in their democratic processes and meet like-minded students from across the UK. You can more about Labour Students as well as signing up for their £1 a year Labour Party membership, here.

The LSE was founded on Fabian values which we are proud to maintain to the present day.