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The Kingston and Surbiton CLP fully support the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on the 21st March.

UN International Day Elimination of Racial Discrimination

The Kingston and Surbiton CLP fully support the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on the 21st March. Read more

March 8th. International Women’s Day. #BeBoldForChange.

International's Women Day 2017

March 8th. International Women’s Day. #BeBoldForChange. Read more

At the Kingston and Surbiton CLP Monthly Meeting on Thursday 16th February 2017, Mika Minio from the Labour Energy Forum (https://labourenergy.org/about/) lead a discussion on energy policy at the monthly meeting of all members.

This blog, from Kingston and Surbiton CLP Chair Laurie South, starts to discuss some of the issues.

Energy Policy Discussion Notes

At the Kingston and Surbiton CLP Monthly Meeting on Thursday 16th February 2017, Mika Minio from the Labour Energy Forum (https://labourenergy.org/about/) lead a discussion on energy policy at the monthly... Read more

 

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Local Kingston and Surbition CLP member Liz Meerabeau (above, right) was part of a local Labour Party contingent that attended a Health Care Forum as part of a consultation to proposed changes to health services and summarises the meeting:

Sustainability Transformation Plan - Healthcare in Kingston

  Local Kingston and Surbition CLP member Liz Meerabeau (above, right) was part of a local Labour Party contingent that attended a Health Care Forum as part of a consultation to proposed changes... Read more

Housing and homelessness is a key issue in Kingston.

Labour members have been out talking to people in Cambridge Road Estate, listening to the worries and concerns about the proposed regeneration of such a large area of housing. Now the Mayor of London has stepped in, as this footage shows, and will be issuing guidance on how estate regeneration should take place.

In the worst cases of regeneration, many ordinary people have lost out. But the Housing Planning Act with its dictates to councils on the length of tenancies will impact on the Cambridge Road Estate regeneration and, perhaps, on the increasing need to deal with Kingston homelessness. 

Rise in homelessness in Kingston

Housing and homelessness is a key issue in Kingston. Labour members have been out talking to people in Cambridge Road Estate, listening to the worries and concerns about the proposed... Read more

The Housing and Planning Act received Royal Assent and came into law back in May. It was presented by the Government as legislation intended to “make provision about housing, estate agents, rent charges, planning and compulsory purchase” but other clauses within it have sparked widespread controversy and criticism...

The rights of council tenants must be defended

The Housing and Planning Act received Royal Assent and came into law back in May. It was presented by the Government as legislation intended to “make provision about housing, estate... Read more

At the Kingston and Surbiton CLP's all members monthly meeting in October 2016, Dave Ward, General Secretary Communication Workers Union, opened up a discussion on a "New Deal for Workers". CLP Chair, Laurie South, reflects.

A New Deal for Workers

At the Kingston and Surbiton CLP's all members monthly meeting in October 2016, Dave Ward, General Secretary Communication Workers Union, opened up a discussion on a "New Deal for Workers". CLP... Read more

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Nortbiton Rose Newsletter Autum 2016

The Norbiton Rose Newsletter, Autumn 2016 was distrbuted locally by members. Read more

The Kingston and Surbiton CLP's delegate to attend the 2016 Labour Party Conference was Jonnie Byrne.

Here she reports back to member's on her personal view of Conference 2016 in Liverpool.

Labour Party Conference 2016 CLP Delegate's Report

The Kingston and Surbiton CLP's delegate to attend the 2016 Labour Party Conference was Jonnie Byrne. Here she reports back to member's on her personal view of Conference 2016 in... Read more

Andy Harrop, General Secretary of the Fabian Societyvisited 160 London Road to speak to members of the Kinston and Surbiton CLP about his new report which looks towards a new welfare and social security policy.

CLP Chair, Laurie South, reflects on the report, and how it can change the narrative.

Towards a new welfare and social security policy

Andy Harrop, General Secretary of the Fabian Society, visited 160 London Road to speak to members of the Kinston and Surbiton CLP about his new report which looks towards a new welfare and... Read more

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