Cornwall’s Jayne Kirkham is number 3 on Labour’s South West list for Euro elections – join the campaign now!

Cornwall councillor Jayne Kirkham, from Falmouth, is number three on Labour’s list of European Parliament candidates for the South West region. It is thought to be the highest-ever ranking for any Labour Party activist from Cornwall – but Ms Kirkham still faces a formidable challenge. Labour has reasonable expectations of getting its first two choices …

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Jeremy Corbyn “thrilled” by first-ever Cornwall Labour Party conference

About 80 Labour Party members met at Heartlands, Redruth, yesterday (Saturday) for the first-ever Cornwall Labour Party conference.  Attendees represented all six of the local Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs) in Cornwall. The conference was called to launch the start of a policy-making process which will lead to a manifesto for the Cornwall Council elections in …

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Cornwall Labour Party conference – AGENDA

Cornwall Labour Party conference Saturday 23rd March 2019 Heartlands, Redruth Doors open 10am From 10.15 Registration 11am Chair’s welcome and introductory remarks – Anna Gillett 11.10 Camborne, Hayle and Redruth PPC Paul Farmer 11.15 Neil McInroy, chief executive of the Centre for Local Economic Strategies 12 noon Policy group workshops 1pm lunch 2pm Welcome back …

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You can call it the Pasty Pound. Or Corbyn’s Cornwall. Or Coastal Corbynomics. But the brains behind a new model for local communities is coming to Cornwall, and the Labour Party is ready to embrace new ideas

Have you heard of Coastal Corbynomics?  Or Corbyn’s Cornwall?  How about the Pasty Pound?  Don’t worry, you soon will. Last year the The Economist magazine described the “Preston Model” of Labour-run local government as “Jeremy Corbyn’s model town” and an “unlikely laboratory for Corbynomics.” Soon after, the town of Hartlepool also started looking at the …

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Thanks a million! Labour wins extra cash for Cornwall’s children and defeats “mean” Liberal Democrats – by one vote

Cornwall’s Labour councillors scored a stunning victory at County Hall yesterday when they secured a 54-53 victory for measures which will boost spending on children’s services by £1 million – without increasing council tax. Cornwall Liberal Democrats had argued against the proposal.  But the Labour idea – taking a tiny amount from the surplus which …

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What do YOU want to talk about on 23rd March?

The 23rd March Cornwall Labour Party conference is to launch the consultation exercise which will lead to our manifesto for the 2021 council elections. That manifesto will go through several drafts, and re-drafts, before a final version is debated at a special Cornwall Labour Party conference, probably towards the end of 2020.  Labour’s manifesto for …

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Registration is now open for Cornwall Labour Party conference on 23rd March

Registration opened today for the Cornwall Labour Party policy conference on Saturday 23rd March.  The event, at Heartlands, Pool, Redruth, will run 11am – 6pm. The conference is open to all Labour Party members in Cornwall, but numbers are limited to 150.  Tickets are £10 each for the conference, including access to an evening social …

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