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Over the next few days we have an important opportunity to show people that, unlike the Tory-Lib Dem Government, Labour is on their side. Each and every individual Labour councillor we can get elected on May 2 will make a difference. It’s never been more important for people to have a Labour councillor to stand up for them and to protect and improve vital services. Make the best choice for Stevenage - Vote Labour...more...
Stevenage Labour Party was out in the town centre on Saturday to raise awareness of the Tory-led government’s Bedroom Tax. Stevenage’s Labour Parliamentary candidate Sharon Taylor said: “The Bedroom Tax is a cynical attack by the Government on many aspects of family life. “Families will pay for keeping a room for children at university, for rooms for children in separated families, grandparents who have extra rooms to help with childcare and disabled couples...more...
Responding to new police figures out today; Sherma Batson Labour's PCC candidate said: "People from Stevenage want to see police on their streets, but these figures show the Tory-led Government's cuts mean that 146 police have already been lost from our local communities, with more cuts to come. "I am standing for Police and Crime Commissioner because Labour cannot leave communities with Tory PCC candidates who will only be cheerleaders for cutting more of our...more...
Kate Green MP, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Equalities, responding to today’s report from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner, said:
Chris Bryant MP, Labour’s Shadow Immigration Minister, commenting on today’s migration statistics, said: