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A Blueprint for a Red Cornwall: Cornwall Labour Party prepares for 2021 council elections

Manifestos can help to win elections.  And now Cornwall’s huge army of Labour Party activists have taken their first steps towards producing their own manifesto for the 2021 Cornwall Council elections. At a meeting at Heartlands, Pool, Redruth on Saturday (5th January) about 20 representatives of the six Cornish constituency Labour Parties, which each contain …

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“Give us the tools and we’ll finish the job” – the idea of a Cornwall Labour Party grabs the limelight as activists head for Liverpool

Next week’s Labour Party conference is due to see what is thought to be the first-ever attempt to create a formal Cornwall Labour Party, similar to the party’s organisations in Scotland and Wales. The suggestion, which is all about money and power, has already caught the eye of some national media commentators, including the Huffington Post. …

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Slow Train Coming: why the Devonwall boundary changes are not entirely welcome news for the Tories

By Graham Smith The long-running Devonwall saga took an important turn this week when the Boundary Commission’s proposals were finally laid before Parliament. I suspect that my thoughts on this might irritate some Cornish nationalists, who will accuse me of attaching insufficient weight to the Framework Convention on National Minorities, and I apologise in advance.   …

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