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Celebrate the 70th Birthday of the NHS

04 Jul 2018

Come and help us to celebrate 70 wonderful years of the NHS.   We will be meeting for NHS Saturday 1 – 2:30pm at Battle Library.

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Reading East & West Joint Fundraising Dinner with special guest Barry Gardiner MP

02 Jul 2018
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#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

24 May 2018

Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week with a key focus on stress. Reading Young Labour members discussed what this meant for them in their everyday lives at school, work or university. One member said “nobody cares or understands” when it comes to mental health and stress in schools while another clarified that “teachers are…

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Cuts have consequences

30 Apr 2018

Let’s talk about cuts (Baby) You probably know by now that the cuts to local government funding have not fallen equally across the country. Because the central government grant has been cut but council tax has been rising, wealthy areas of the country, where council tax receipts are higher and demand for statutory services is…

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Kentwood Election Special

28 Apr 2018

The 2 Labour candidates are Councillor and Deputy Mayor Glenn Dennis, who is coming to the end of his 4-year term, and Ali Foster who is a Small Business Owner, and has lived in Reading for over 17 Years. She has 23 years of experience working in the NHS as a Mental Health Nurse, Improvement…

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Response on behalf of Labour Party Candidates [OFFICIAL]

21 Apr 2018

Dear Tamzin Morphy, Further to your recent e-mail to Labour candidates standing in the Reading Borough wards, we are replying on behalf of Reading Labour Party and the 18 candidates who are standing in the local elections. We do not accept your simplistic ‘yes/no’ approach to the three questions. We would, therefore, request that the…

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We should be thanking the Windrush Generation, NOT deporting them

17 Apr 2018

Every census since I can remember, my family have self defined as Black British Caribbean. We do this specifically in recognition of the nationality we have, but also, as an acknowledgement of our cultural heritage. I enjoy a roast but there is no better breakfast than ackee and saltfish. I have equal love for Usain…

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A Manifesto for Reading

05 Apr 2018

Welcome to our 2018 Manifesto Reading’s Labour Council continues to do its best to keep vital services available to those who need them most despite the ongoing onslaught on public services by the Conservative Government. We also remain ambitious for Reading and have been successful in securing special funding for projects such as the new…

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