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Labour-led Exeter City Council has made an investment in solar panels that will see it set to overhaul the Met Office as the owners of the largest number of solar panels in the city. 800 panels, which are up on two roofs of the Civic Centre and three other sites...Read More »
Exeter Labour Women will be taking part in a number of events to celebrate International Women's Day 2013. IWD is always held on 8th March, but events often take place throughout the month.
On Friday 8th March, a number of Labour Party members and councillors will be taking part in Exeter University...Read More »
Interested to know where real power lies and how it is used?
Exeter Labour Party will be holding a members' screening of “The Secret City” on 27 February at the Labour Hall, 26b Clifton Hill, EX1 2DG at 7pm.
After the filming we are privileged to be able to have a Q...Read More »
Merry Christmas to all!
As Christmas approaches, Exeter Labour has good reason to be pleased. By any measure, 2012 has been a good year for the party both locally and nationally.
In the city, the May local elections ended in triumph for Labour, with the party triumphantly winning control of the city...Read More »
It’s undeniably the hardest job in British politics: Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition.
The success rate is mixed. There have been nineteen Opposition leaders since 1945, by my count. Of these, only seven never enjoyed a stint as Prime Minister, Hugh Gaitskell, Michael Foot, Neil Kinnock, John Smith, William Hague, Iain...Read More »
(Originally via Simon4Pinhoe, 6 September 2012)
As those of you that followed my election campaign might recall, my Tory opponents tried to make much of the fact that I used to be a councillor in Weymouth. I represented Littlemoor there, an estate that was not without its social and economic problems,...Read More »
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I joined the Labour Party because I am a socialist. My politics are neatly summarised on the back of my Labour Party card, I believe that, “by the strength of our common endeavour we achieve more than we can achieve alone”.
Is the Party everything that I would wish? Certainly not,...Read More »