Thank you !

10 May 2021

I would like to thank every single resident who put their faith in Reading Labour and voted for our candidates yesterday.We promise to continue working hard in your community, listening to your concerns and campaigning for a fairer future for all.Councillor Sarah Hacker Chair Reading & District Labour Party

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It’s Polling Day !

06 May 2021
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Here is a short video of our manifesto pledges to you.

06 May 2021

Thanks to the fist time candidate and organiser James Denny for making this for us. See his Jame’s facebook profile here https://www.facebook.com/jdPeppard/

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2021 Local Election Candidates

10 Apr 2021

Reading Borough Council (Click Photos for more details) Wokingham Borough Council

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Reading Labour Manifesto 2021

03 Apr 2021

Come and have a look at Reading Labour’s exciting 2021 Manifesto !

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Reclaim the Streets doorstep vigil tonight

13 Mar 2021

Women should be safe to walk our streets however the events of this week, and the tragic murder of Sarah Everard, have shown this is not the case. We have been deeply saddened by Sarah’s death and the stories women across the UK and Reading have shared highlighting the danger and harassment they face everyday.…

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Happy International Women’s Day !

08 Mar 2021

On International Women’s Day we reaffirm our pledge to stand in solidarity with women in our neighbourhoods, in Reading and beyond. We thank all our supporters, community activists, trade unionists, members and councillors who #ChooseToChallenge everyday. RDLP Women’s Officer Dr Alessandra BorlottiRDLP Chair Sarah HackerRDLP Secretary and Vice-Chair (East) Helen CaneyRDLP Vice-Chair (West) Billie ReynoldsRDLP…

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Special Educational Needs (SEN) provision for the borough

26 Feb 2021

At Reading Borough’s full council meeting on Tuesday 23rd February, James Denny (pictured, Labour candidate for Peppard and secretary for Neurodivergent Labour) questioned the lead councillor for education, Ash Pearce on Special Educational Needs (SEN) provision for the borough. Cllr Pearce replied that significant investment is being put into SEN capacity, bringing provision closer to…

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