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After another successful street stall talking to voters in the Kingston and Surbiton constituency today, local Labour candidate Laurie South has released a video message for voters, explaining why the only option is to vote Labour on Thursday, 8th June 2017.

Since the 2015 General Election, membership of the local Labour party has more than trebled, with over a thousand members now; between them in the snap election period, members have delivered leaflets, canvassed and attended weekly street stalls throughout the borough to campaign for Laurie South. Also, members have spread Labour's positive message digitally, including producing this video.

Last year's London mayoral election (2016) showed when voters don't vote tactically in the constituency, as was the case with first choice votes under a system of Supplementary Vote (when all voters can vote for a first and second choice), Labour get more than twice as many votes as the Lib Dems in the borough of Kingston and Surbiton. 

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Laurie South Video to Kingston and Surbiton Voters

After another successful street stall talking to voters in the Kingston and Surbiton constituency today, local Labour candidate Laurie South has released a video message for voters, explaining why the... Read more

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The Labour candidate for Kingston & Surbiton for the June 8 General Election will be Laurie South.

Labour choose Laurie South to fight Kingston and Surbiton

The Labour candidate for Kingston & Surbiton for the June 8 General Election will be Laurie South. Read more

Like many people, Kingston & Surbiton Labour Party took Theresa May as a woman of her word and believed her when she said, seven or eight times, that there would be no general election until 2020. May’s announcement of a snap general election took everyone by surprise, including most of her own Party, which does not have a manifesto yet, nor candidates for every seat either.

Be assured, there will be a Labour candidate in Kingston & Surbiton. The process for selection is in train and an announcement will be made early in May.

Labour Candidate in Kingston and Surbiton

Like many people, Kingston & Surbiton Labour Party took Theresa May as a woman of her word and believed her when she said, seven or eight times, that there would... Read more

Local parent and Kingston and Surbiton CLP Secretary, Emma Francis, sets out the issues of the Conservative Government's National Funding Formula, and how local residents can support the Labour' motion to Council on 19 April 2017.

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Supporting the Labour Motion to protect Kingston Schools

Local parent and Kingston and Surbiton CLP Secretary, Emma Francis, sets out the issues of the Conservative Government's National Funding Formula, and how local residents can support the Labour' motion... Read more

The Labour group have a motion proposed for the full Council Meeting on Wednesday 19th April 2017 that seeks to secure the future of local schools.

Labour Group Motion for Kingston Council 19 April 2017

The Labour group have a motion proposed for the full Council Meeting on Wednesday 19th April 2017 that seeks to secure the future of local schools. Read more

For the past five years Kingston University has held Global Festival - a week long series of events celebrating internationalism and diversity at Kingston University.

Joint Kingston and Surbiton CLP Secretary Krystal Finan invited friends of Labour groups to attend.

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Labour at Kingston University's Global Festival

For the past five years Kingston University has held Global Festival - a week long series of events celebrating internationalism and diversity at Kingston University. Joint Kingston and Surbiton CLP... Read more

The March/April 2017 edition of the Norbiton Rose, delivered to local residents by Kingston and Surbiton CLP members.

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Norbiton Rose March April 2017

The March/April 2017 edition of the Norbiton Rose, delivered to local residents by Kingston and Surbiton CLP members. Read more

Labour councillor’s intervention helps keep Kingston’s second fire engine 

The importance of Labour councillors prepared to listen, work and talk to the right people on behalf of Kingston residents, was no-where more in evidence than in the case of the second fire-engine in Kingston. 

Labour intervention keeps Kingston’s second fire engine

Labour councillor’s intervention helps keep Kingston’s second fire engine  The importance of Labour councillors prepared to listen, work and talk to the right people on behalf of Kingston residents, was... Read more

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

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