The following 50 leading labour activists have become founding signatories of the democratic reform charter:

  1. Diane Abbott MP
  2. Graham Allen MP
  3. Richard Angell, Director of Progress
  4. Jessica Asato, former parliamentary candidate
  5. James Asser, member of Labour’s NEC
  6. Ivana Bartoletti, Chair of the Fabian Women’s Network
  7. Lewis Baston, psephologist
  8. Johanna Baxter, member of Labour’s NEC
  9. Ann Black, member of Labour’s NEC
  10. Andrew Blick, Kings College London
  11. Paul Blomfield MP
  12. Ben Bradshaw MP
  13. Will Brett, Electoral Reform Society
  14. Richard Burden MP
  15. Emma Burnell, Labour activist and blogger
  16. Benjamin Butterworth, Chair of London Young Labour
  17. David Chaplin, Fabian Society Executive
  18. David Coats, Labour activist
  19. Stella Creasy MP
  20. Wayne David MP
  21. Kate Dearden, Chair of Labour Students
  22. Patrick Diamond, Policy Network
  23. Cllr Natan Doron
  24. Katie Ghose, Electoral Reform Society
  25. Helen Goodman MP
  26. Billy Hayes, former general secretary of the CWU
  27. Dame Margaret Hodge MP
  28. Mary Honeyball MEP
  29. Alan Johnson MP
  30. Baroness Helena Kennedy QC
  31. Baroness Oona King
  32. Stephen Kinnock MP
  33. Neal Lawson, Director of Compass
  34. Matthew Laza, Policy Network
  35. Clive Lewis MP
  36. Fiona Mactaggart MP
  37. Deborah Mattinson, Britain Thinks
  38. Ed Miliband MP
  39. Sheila Murphy, former Labour regional director
  40. Cllr Tony Newman, Leader of Croydon Council
  41. Melanie Onn MP
  42. Kate O'Rourke, Chair, Society of Labour Lawyers
  43. Cllr Reema Patel
  44. Ellie Reeves, NEC
  45. Jonathan Reynolds MP
  46. Baroness Jan Royall
  47. Alexandra Runswick, Director of Unlock Democracy
  48. Oliver Sidorczuk, democratic campaigner
  49. Nan Sloane, Centre for Women and Democracy
  50. Mary Southcott, Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform
  51. Stephen Twigg MP
  52. Chuka Umunna MP