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Labour’s Candidates for General Election 2017

01 May 2017

PRESS RELEASE Reading and District Labour Party are delighted to announce that Labour have selected former Reading East PPC, Cllr Matt Rodda (Katesgrove) to be our Parliamentary candidate in Reading East and Chair of the Labour Women’s Network, Olivia Bailey to be our candidate in Reading West for the 2017 General Election.   Matt Rodda,…

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How socialist solidarity can bring 7 years of Tory turmoil to an end

30 Apr 2017

WE ARE LIVING in a political age where anything can happen.  Everyone, including the pollsters predicted, predicted that Britain would vote “remain”, thought that Ed Miliband was heading for Downing Street in 2015, and most people believed a Donald Trump Presidency could never happen. Even as I type this, I learn that France’s two largest…

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Government Cuts Force Council Tax Rises

18 Apr 2017

READING Borough Council is recommending a 4.99% Council Tax increase for next year. It follows repeated and unprecedented cuts in Government funding at a time of huge increases in demand for vital Council services, particularly in social care. This week Surrey County Council agreed on a 15% Council Tax rise – in advance of a…

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Council put pressure on MP’s to act on South Reading’s underfunded health services

18 Apr 2017

A motion put forward by Cllr Ashley Pearce was unanimously passed by Reading Cllrs at March’s Full Council meeting. The motion pointed out that South Reading was 150th out of 150 CCG’s (clinical commissioning groups) in terms of funding across the UK. It also made clear the unfairness in the health funding gaps across Reading.…

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Reading Banner March 2017

02 Apr 2017

The latest news about your town, your Borough Council and your Labour Party.  

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Reading Labour’s Manifesto 2016

25 Feb 2017

  Reading Labour 2016 Manifesto

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Members and Councillors in Whitley

25 Feb 2017

Members and Councillors spoke with residents today on a range of issues and had coffee in the Whitley cafe.

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