|Founded||21 July 1964|
|Split from||Democratic Self-Government Party|
|Labour Party of Hong Kong|
|Alternative Chinese name|
The party was established by two breakaway members from the Democratic Self-Government Party of Hong Kong, Tang Hon-tsai and K. Hopkin-Jenkins, and was joined by former civil servant G. S. Kennedy-Skipton as party secretary. It claimed to be defined by close association with the policies of Britain and the Commonwealth, and to be straightforwardly socialistic, by concerning itself with workers, and promoting welfare and common ownership.
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- "Labour Party to contest UC elections". The China Mail. 12 April 1967.
- Hong Kong Standard. Labour in confusion?. 9 August 1964.