95 CLPs back #nov30 action

November 29, 2011 2:03 pm

Dozens of constituency Labour Parties have declared their support for millions of public sector workers in their campaign for fair pensions, and are backing the day of action tomorrow.

Those CLPs are:

Aberavon CLP

Aberdeen South CLP

Amber Valley CLP

Ashfield CLP

Ashton-under-Lyne CLP

Bermondsey & Old Southwark CLP

Berwickshire, Roxburgh & Selkirk CLP

Bethnal Green & Bow CLP

Birmingham Ladywood CLP

Birmingham Northfield CLP

Bolsover CLP

Broxtowe CLP

Brecon & Radnorshire CLP

Brent Central CLP

Bristol East CLP

Bristol West CLP

Caerphilly CLP

Camberwell & Peckham CLP

Camborne and Redruth CLP

Cambridge CLP

Cardiff West CLP

Carshalton & Wallington CLP

Central Ayrshire CLP

Chatham & Aylesford CLP

Clacton CLP

Copeland CLP

Coventry South CLP

Cynon Valley CLP

Dagenham & Rainham CLP

Dartford CLP

Daventry CLP

Devizes CLP

Dundee West CLP

Edinburgh South CLP

Eltham CLP

Erewash CLP

Gloucester CLP

Gosport CLP

Hammersmith CLP

Harlow CLP

Hayes and Harlington CLP

High Peak CLP

Huntingdon CLP

Ilford North CLP

Knowsley CLP

Lancaster and Fleetwood CLP

Leeds East CLP

Linlithgow and East Falkirk CLP

Maidenhead CLP

Maidstone and the Weald CLP

Makerfield CLP

Manchester Central CLP

Merthyr Tydfil CLP

Middlesbrough CLP

Mid-Norfolk CLP

Neath CLP

Newark CLP

North East Derbyshire CLP

North Somerset Constituency Labour Party CLP

North West Leicestershire CLP

Orpington CLP

Pendle CLP

Penistone & Stocksbridge CLP

Peterborough CLP

Pontypridd CLP

Poplar & Limehouse CLP

Rhondda CLP

Romford CLP

Rossendale and Darwen CLP

Saffron Walden CLP

Scunthorpe CLP

Sheffield Hallam CLP

Sheffield South East CLP

Sherwood CLP

Skipton & Ripon CLP

Slough CLP

Stalybridge and Hyde CLP

Stockton North CLP

Stoke-on-Trent South CLP

Stone CLP

Streatham CLP

Stretford & Urmston CLP

Stroud CLP

Thirsk and Malton CLP

Tonbridge and Malling CLP

Tooting CLP

Torfaen CLP

Vale of Glamorgan CLP

Wallasey CLP

Warrington North Constituency Labour Party CLP

Washington and Sunderland West CLP

Welwyn Hatfield CLP

West Suffolk CLP

Wigan Constituency Labour Party CLP

Yeovil CLP

  • Anonymous

    Brilliant.

  • Anonymous

    No much from Wales really, but I suspect my  CLP is still sleeping, nobody has told them yet, they will be shocked tomorrow when they are told everyone is on strike.

  • Bonnie

    Sutton and Cheam CLP have also written letters pledging support of N30 to the Party and various other bodies, including the incumbant Lib Dem MP. If I know of this one I am certain there are others also missed off this list.

  • derek

    @Mark Ferguson, I’m due you an apology!!! and tip my hat (bonnet) Grrrrrreat!

  • Ben Folley

    Islington North CLP backs the Day of Action!

  • Franwhi

    What none from Glasgow ?  Shocking really

  • http://twitter.com/garypepworth Citizen Pepworth

    I contacted Labour List telling them that Thornbury and Yate CLP was also supporting the action. It is a shame that they couldn’t be bothered to update the list, perhaps the smaller CLPs aren’t important enough for them?

  • Peter Wheeler

    You can add Salford and Eccles CLP to that list. We had a speaker from UNISON at our Trade Union Forum last week and some of us are just going into Manchester nowfor the Rally.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Homfray/510980099 Mike Homfray

    You can certainly add Bootle CLP as well

  • http://www.twitter.com/wesstreeting Wes Streeting

    Ilford South CLP should also be on that list. We were out in force with Unison and GMB today, tacking local government, NHS and education staff taking industrial action.

  • Deb Gardiner

    You can also add Isle of Wight CLP – good turnout from Party members at local rally today and banner proudly on display!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=509384502 Helen Symons

    Hi all – don’t be cross with Labour List, Mark added the 95 CLPs (as they were then) as we gave them to him earlier this week. We’ve been updating the list on the unionstogether website, here: http://www.unionstogether.org.uk/blog/entry/local_labour_parties_are_backing_public_sector_workers_on_november_30/ (including Thornbury and Yate and Ilford South). I will also add Salford and Eccles now!

    Helen

  • http://twitter.com/kulgancrydee Kulgan of Crydee

    I am surprised that none of the Leicester City CLPs are listed.  After all, Labour have all 3 City MPs, the Elected Mayor and 52 out of  the 54 Councillors.  Still, none of the Leicester MPs verbally supported the strikes.  Perhaps that was on orders from the Party Leader.

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