Monthly Archives: January 2016

Looking forward to 2017 – a message from your new Chairman, Cllr. Tony Clayton

Last year year was tough for us, losing many MPs. Only now is it clear to people how essential we were in government to stop Tory attacks on housing, the NHS, civil liberties and our place in Europe. Locally, we … Continue reading

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Blaming Brussels will not help British people affected by flooding

The recent severe flooding in parts of the UK has caused serious distress to many people. These floods occurred as a result of a period of record rainfall in the regions most severely affected. EU environmental protection policies help prevent … Continue reading

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Food and farming experts fear ‘race to the bottom’ from Brexit

Food security could climb up the UK political agenda over coming months. Many of those currently likely to oppose continuing EU membership and vote accordingly are also from a generation that can recall post-war rationing and so might change their … Continue reading

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