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Ahead of the local elections on Thursday 3rd May 2018, the Kingston and Surbiton Labour manifesto. 

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Kingston and Surbiton Labour Local Manifesto

Ahead of the local elections on Thursday 3rd May 2018, the Kingston and Surbiton Labour manifesto.  Read more

The Kingston and Surbiton Labour Party have a launched a petition to discuss the Cambridge Estate regeneration at Council.

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Council Homes for the Many

The Kingston and Surbiton Labour Party have a launched a petition to discuss the Cambridge Estate regeneration at Council. Read more

Councillor Linsey Cottington, Labour Group leader on Kingston Council, made these comments at the Council Budget Setting Meeting Tuesday 27 February 2018.

Speech of Labour Group leader on Kingston Council

Councillor Linsey Cottington, Labour Group leader on Kingston Council, made these comments at the Council Budget Setting Meeting Tuesday 27 February 2018. Read more

Winners of The London Borough of Culture Awards, a new initiative launched by the Mayor Sadiq Khan last June, have been announced, with Kingston picking up a Cultural Impact Award for live music.

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Labour supports live music in Kingston

Winners of The London Borough of Culture Awards, a new initiative launched by the Mayor Sadiq Khan last June, have been announced, with Kingston picking up a Cultural Impact Award... Read more

Below, Kingston and Surbiton Labour parliamentary candidate in 2017, Laurie South, reflects on another two Lib Dem leaflets he has received last week, and how, as a local party, they contrast to a Labour Party who will challenge empty rhetoric on Kingston Council.

Labour can challenge empty rhetoric on Kingston Council

Below, Kingston and Surbiton Labour parliamentary candidate in 2017, Laurie South, reflects on another two Lib Dem leaflets he has received last week, and how, as a local party, they... Read more

Kingston & Surbiton Labour Party is demanding that Kingston Council commits to a significant increase in the number of council homes on its proposed Cambridge Road Estate regeneration scheme as well as to a ballot of all residents.

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Labour Demands Homes for People Not Profit

Kingston & Surbiton Labour Party is demanding that Kingston Council commits to a significant increase in the number of council homes on its proposed Cambridge Road Estate regeneration scheme as well as... Read more

On the anniversary since some women were first given the vote, Kingston and Surbiton's Women's Officer, Kezia Coleman, speaks proudly how she is standing alongside other local Labour women candidates in the local elections in the borough this spring.

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Kingston and Surbiton's Labour Women's Officer stands alongside fellow candidates

On the anniversary since some women were first given the vote, Kingston and Surbiton's Women's Officer, Kezia Coleman, speaks proudly how she is standing alongside other local Labour women candidates... Read more

Kingston Labour Councillor Lynsey Cottington has said there are potholes that could be a danger to school children.

Labour Councillor says Kingston Potholes are dangerous

Kingston Labour Councillor Lynsey Cottington has said there are potholes that could be a danger to school children. Read more

Kingston and Surbiton Labour Party Secretary, Emma Francis, has written to Kingston council, calling on them to change their design of Villiers Road, following concerns raised to the Labour Grove Action Team by local residents. 

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Below, Emma explains the issues:

Labour Grove team urges council to rethink Kingston Villiers Road design

Kingston and Surbiton Labour Party Secretary, Emma Francis, has written to Kingston council, calling on them to change their design of Villiers Road, following concerns raised to the Labour Grove... Read more

As the Lib Dems continue to spend money the flood the letterboxes of Kingston and Surbiton residents, Labour's local Parliamentary Candidate Laurie South, points out they did very little in their 12 years as the administration in Kingston from 2002 – 2014.

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Lib Dems failure in Kingston

As the Lib Dems continue to spend money the flood the letterboxes of Kingston and Surbiton residents, Labour's local Parliamentary Candidate Laurie South, points out they did very little in their... Read more

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