Stafford Constituency Labour Party Members, on Saturday 15th September, attended a hustings and selection meeting, at which they chose their next spokesperson for Stafford, Joyce Still.
Stafford Constituency Labour Party, in light of the ongoing attacks and misrepresentations targeted at Jeremy Corbyn, agreed at a special meeting to send a letter of support to the democratically elected Leader of the Labour Party. Members also suggested that the letter be sent to all sitting Labour...
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Labour's National Policy Forum is, in it's 2018 Consultation, seeking the views, experience and expertise of members on eight key policy areas. This NPF Consultation will play a vital part in shaping policies that build on The Labour Party's 2017 General Election Manifesto.
Stafford Constituency Labour Party and it's Campaign Groups will actively review the key policy areas (listed below) at future meetings. All members of the Labour Party are encouraged to take part in the consultation. The key policy areas are:
The Staffordshire County Labour Group have just published their March 2018 monthly update - a brief update from Labour's Staffordshire County Councillors. The newsletter discusses Conservative budget cuts, council tax, social care, libraries and public transport subsidies.