‘Labour in labour’ is a virtual tazebao (wall newspaper, see various comments inside about the genealogy of this radical means of communication and its potential in today’s internet-driven world). It began its life as an open real-time discussion of the Malta Labour Party’s quest to choose the best possible leader to replace Alfred Sant who resigned the Party’s electoral defeat of March 8, 2008. After the election of Joseph Muscat as the Party’s new – and innovative – leader, we turned our attention to the longer-term objective of re-inventing Labour and Maltese politics generally. It is not an official site, nor is it an ‘authorised’ site. It is run by a growing team of mostly young persons. What these young men and women have in common is an open-ness to dialogue and a readiness to go wherever it might take them, without preconceptions.