January All Members Meeting Update
On Wednesday 8th January we have our first meeting of the year for all Labour members from Canterbury, Whitstable and the villages and we invite you all to attend. It will be held at Friends Meeting House in Canterbury at 7.30pm.
2019 was a difficult year for us as a party. Happily, we’ve held Canterbury and returned Rosie Duffield as our MP, but there is much work to be done in 2020 to determine the future
The Election Where Misinformation Became Normal
Our fourth election blog by Alison Dilnutt
There is one thing Canterbury Conservative candidate Anna Firth has said that I (sort of) agree with. This election is a battle of the heart and soul, but not of our ‘country’, for us as a species.
This election isn’t about Brexit, or the NHS, or the environment, it’s about who holds the power and it’s the oldest story in the book. This election is about
A Vote for Rosie is a Vote for Wincheap Marshes
Our third election blog post by Canterbury Labour Party member Mike Blamires. Edited by Ali Dilnutt
We have a climate emergency.
Drastic changes must be made to how we travel, and slashing our use of cars is at the forefront. With an announcement today from the British Heart Foundation that air pollution is damaging our hearts to the equivalent of smoking 150 cigarettes a year, the evidence of how poisonous our air has become
Labour's Manifesto has Lightened My Heart
Our second GE2019 blog post by Rory Heap - Disability Officer, Canterbury CLP
As a disabled person myself, and as the Disability Officer for this Constituency Labour Party, I have a lot of contact with disabled people, some of whom are Labour party members, some of whom are not.
What we all have in common is a profound hatred of Tory party austerity and their systematic attacks on disabled people.
I take great delight, therefore, in summarising below