Swanley & District Labour Party held a campaigning stall in Swanley Town Centre that was a tremendous success. Continue reading “Great to see you here.”
Chris Clark gave an excellent account of why residents in Hextable and Swanley need to vote Labour on Thursday 8th June. Continue reading Hextable Hustings!
Swanley & District Labour Party was out campaigning for a better railway system and a Labour Government. Continue reading Swanley & District Labour Party campaigning for public railways
Join Swanley & District Labour Party in campaigning for a Labour Government and an end to Tory misrule. Continue reading Excitement & Hope
Labour members have been petitioning in Salisbury Avenue and the surrounding roads, after residents complained about drivers speeding down this residential road. Continue reading Stopping the Speeding in Salisbury Avenue
When Theresa May launched her manifesto for the 2017 General Election she returned to her claims that her priority was to deliver prosperity to Britain. Nothing could be further from the truth. In a document published today, Labour reveals the scope of the Tory attack on living standards. Continue reading The Tory threat to living standards
Labour’s manifesto is for the many, not the few. Labour’s manifesto gives voters a real choice: a fairer Britain for the many or a Britain held back by the Conservatives.
Continue reading Labour manifesto key pledges
Labour’s plans for Britain-Stopping privatisation of our NHS-A personal message from Chris Continue reading Working for the many in Sevenoaks
Labour’s manifesto has been published. You helped us build this exciting and responsible programme of hope — and I wanted you to see what we have created together and what we are offering to the country.
I invite you to join me in sharing its message with as many people as possible before Polling day. Continue reading The Labour Party Manifesto
Voters, would you let a complete stranger choose what car you drive? Or what drink you have? Or what football team you support? Of course you wouldn’t! Continue reading Message from Vic