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  • Comment Featured Momentum’s mass mobilisation for NHS day shows we can make the difference

    Momentum’s mass mobilisation for NHS day shows we can make the difference

    Last Saturday, we saw huge mobilisation across the country for Labour’s Care for the NHS campaign day. Momentum’s 150 local groups, over 20,000 members and over 200,000 supporters, played a vital role in the day’s success. A week beforehand, Momentum re-launched the Calling for Corbyn phone canvassing website as part of its Grassroots Now campaign. The website enables Momentum supporters to call to inform each other about how they can get active in their local Labour Party and go out campaigning […]

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  • Europe Featured News Labour MPs speak out after shock demise of Zac Goldsmith

    Labour MPs speak out after shock demise of Zac Goldsmith

    Figures from across the Labour Party have described the defeat of Zac Goldsmith in the Brexit by-election as a vote against intolerance and “slurs” after the former Tory lost his seat to the Lib Dems. Christian Wolmar, Labour’s candidate in Richmond, said on twitter: “By rejecting Zac the voters have rejected Brexit and his nasty divisive mayoral campaign”. He was keen to congratulate the new MP Sarah Olney, but caution her that she had been “lent” Labour votes – and that she […]

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  • Featured News Senior Labour figures urge shoppers to back Small Business Saturday in run-up to Christmas

    Senior Labour figures urge shoppers to back Small Business Saturday in run-up to Christmas

    Small businesses “provide six out of ten jobs” and are the “life blood” of our economy, Clive Lewis said today. Speaking ahead of Small Business Saturday, a campaign day where people are encouraged to support local small businesses in their community, the shadow business secretary has encouraged people to use their local high streets in the run up to Christmas. Lewis said: “Small businesses … add life and diversity to local high streets, and give an important boost to local economies – […]

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  • Comment Featured Stephen Kinnock: How to build an inclusive and patriotic view of Britishness

    Stephen Kinnock: How to build an inclusive and patriotic view of Britishness

    I’ve been around politics for as long as I can remember, and I joined the Labour Party in 1985, when I was 15 years old. It’s fair to say that as a party we’ve been through some tough and bruising times, and I’ve had a ring-side seat for much of it. But I have never been as stunned or disappointed by the response to my use of the word “assimilation”, that I used during a Progress panel on Monday evening. […]

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  • Comment Europe Neal Lawson: Progressive Alliance led by Labour the only hope for the country’s future

    Neal Lawson: Progressive Alliance led by Labour the only hope for the country’s future

    I woke today with two emotions. Joy that the Tories, UKIP and the candidate they supported had lost a huge majority.  This is a set back for hard Brexit and soft racism.  It also lessens the chances of an early election the Tories could win comfortably. But my second emotion was sadness that the Labour party, my party, was not part of this. It took me back to the 2015 election leadership debates when Ed Miliband stood alone while the […]

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