Labour Party

Andrew Gywnne statement on Douglas Carswell leaving UKIP

Commenting on Douglas Carswell’s decision to leave UKIP,
Shadow Minister and Elections Chair, Andrew Gwynne MP, said:

“UKIP are tearing themselves apart. Their ‎only MP has quit, their biggest donor has fled and their leader
was utterly rejected by the voters of Stoke-on-Trent a few weeks ago. Under Paul Nuttall...Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn speech to Welsh Labour Conference, Llandudno - 25.3.2017

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Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, speech to Welsh
Labour Conference, Llandudno – Saturday 25 March 2017

you for that welcome. It is a pleasure to be here in North Wales again in Llandudno.

in Westminster on Wednesday afternoon showed the brutality that one man...Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn statement on today’s attack in Westminster

Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the
Labour Party
commenting on today’s attack in Westminster, said:

“Today’s horrific attack in
Westminster has shocked the whole country. All our thoughts are with the
victims of this outrage, their loved ones, families and friends.

“Those victims include civilians
and police officers,...Read More »

Latest figures from Bus Passenger Survey show Government plans will not put passengers first – Daniel Zeichner

Zeichner MP, Labour’s Shadow Transport Minister,
commenting on
the publication of the Transport Focus Bus Passenger Survey figures for Autumn
2016, said:

results show once again that compared to national operators, municipal bus
companies provide some of the best bus services in the country. The
Government’s plans...Read More »

David Hodge’s resignation makes the need for full disclosure from the Government more pressing - Teresa Pearce

Pearce, Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government,
commenting on the news that Surrey
County Council Leader David Hodge is standing down as the Local Government
Association’s Conservative group leader, said: 

appears that the row around the Tory sweetheart deal for Surrey Council has
claimed...Read More »

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