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.
At a time of rejoicing, we think of all our comrades who are finding it difficult to support themselves and their families. Whether you are religious or not, spare a little time for others and wish them a merry Christmas and a happy new year ahead.
On a cold December night last week, 5 brave members of Stafford Constituency Labour Party chose to eschew their warm and comfortable beds in their centrally heated homes and sleep outside during what was one of the coldest nights of the year so far. And not without a cause.
Universal Credit, a wel...
As the weather turns colder, spare a thought for Stafford Labour Party activists who will spend a night sleeping rough on the streets of Stafford Town Centre to draw attention to the plight of constituents who are forced to apply for Universal Credit.
On Friday December 8th at 8.30pm the activists...