Vote for your local Labour Candidate on 22 May and help Deliver a Fairer Future for Exeter.

With a Labour-run City Council, Exeter has become a successful, growing city and one of the country’s best places to live, work and visit – despite the economic crisis.  But we think we can do even better – providing more jobs and homes for local people, supporting communities to have a bigger say in how local services are designed and delivered, and making our city more sustainable and ready for the future.

The Tory and Lib Dem Coalition Government has announced cuts of more than 45% to the City Council’s funding, and many of those cuts are still to come.  Over the coming months and years the City Council will have to make some very difficult decisions, but working closely with local communities, businesses and the rest of the public sector, we believe we can create a positive future for Exeter.




Labour Candidates for City Elections 2014 Announced

Exeter Labour Party is delighted to announce it's candidates for the City Council Elections to be held on 22 May 2014. Your can find out more about our candidate in your area, how to contact them as well as the local work of your Labour team on our candidates page. Please...Read More »

Cost of Cameron Campaign Day 11.01.14

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Residents Quiz Developers Over Middlemoor Plans

Representatives from Devon & Cornwall Police and supermarket chain Morrisons attended the last meeting of the Wilton Way Residents Association to update local residents on the plans for the redevelopment of the Middlemoor site. The Police and Morrisons have submitted two planning applications for the development: 13/4067/01 and 13/4073/03. Full...Read More »

Problems in City Centre Parks and Open Spaces

Steps are being taken to tackle a number of problems in Exeter's city-centre parks and open spaces. Exeter City Council and Exeter College are joining forces in an effort to combat the problem of litter in Northernhay Gardens and Bury Meadow Park. City Council staff regularly engage with people using the parks, asking...Read More »

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