A quarter of a million of us voted for Jeremy Corbyn and his ideas just nine months ago, giving him the largest mandate of any party leader in Britain ever. Since then we have worked hard, winning for Labour, and taking a new kind of politics out into our communities. Continue reading Keep Corbyn
WHEN JEREMY CORBYN was elected leader
with an overwhelming mandate by Labour’s
members we knew that the establishment
would throw everything at him and use
every device possible to undermine him. If
someone comes along to challenge the
system, it should come as no surprise that
the system will strike back to defend itself.
The establishment was left reeling at
the massive vote Jeremy gained.
Continue reading Rally For Jeremy
At a time when all Labour should be united against the common foe – the Conservative Party and use the referendum result to bring them to heel, it is surprising that they have resorted to building a website called http://www.savinglabour.com with the sole aim of gathering support to whip up votes against their party leader. It is surprising and shameful that members of a … Continue reading Unite Against the Tories
The time to worry is when the corporate media is saying good things about you. Jeremy Corbyn does not have to worry about that! Mike Floate from Swanley Momentum reports from the Corbyn rally and gets to the truth through media lies and propaganda. Continue reading Corbyn Rally
Our country faces a huge challenge following Thursday’s vote to leave the European Union. And the British people have a right to know how their elected leaders are going to respond.
We need to come together to heal the divisions exposed by the vote. We have to respect the decision that has been made, hold the government to democratic account over its response, and ensure that working people don’t pay the price of exit. Continue reading Statement by Jeremy Corbyn
After yesterday’s European referendum, politicians of all parties must listen to and respect the vote. Millions of voters have rejected a political establishment that has left them behind. Communities that have been hardest hit by government cuts and economic failure have voted against the status quo. Continue reading Leaving the EU
The British people voted to leave the European Union. Momentum, which campaigned to remain in the EU to transform the EU, respects the decision taken by the electorate. Continue reading UK leaving the EU
Tory led Swanley Town Council is in an absolute mess. Just like the recently cut grass verges! Continue reading What is going on at STC?
Tonight Frances O’Grady is going to be taking part in BBC One’s EU Referendum: The Great Debate, live from Wembley. She will talking about why she believe s working people in Britain are better off remaining members of the European Union – to defend hard-won workers’ rights and to preserve and grow good jobs in our export-led industries Continue reading TUC & EU
On Thursday, Britain’s jobs, economy and the NHS are on the ballot paper. If we vote to leave it will be working families and young people who pay the price.
Leaving the EU would put current and future jobs at risk, jeopardise crucial guarantees on workers’ rights, lead to less investment in our public services. It would open the door to further Tory cuts, leaving working people at the mercy of the likes of Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Nigel Farage.
That’s a risk we can’t take. Continue reading Final Update on Labour Remain