Welcome To The Aylesbury Labour Party

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The recent local council elections have pretty much take up all of our time in the last month or two, but now is a good time to start planning our spring and summer activities and events.

There will therefore be an open Executive Committee meeting on 5th April at 19:30, to set the ball rolling, and the meeting location will be confirmed on Tuesday.

If anybody has any questions or wishes anything added to the agenda, please email chair@aylesburylabour.org.uk

EC Meeting, 5th April 2018

The recent local council elections have pretty much take up all of our time in the last month or two, but now is a good time to start planning our...

Central and Walton By-Election, Thursday 22nd March

 

Make YOUR Vote Count

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Make Your Vote Count on 22nd March

Central and Walton By-Election, Thursday 22nd March   Make YOUR Vote Count  

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The Final Push to Win Central and Walton By-Election

Leafleting and Canvassing, Saturday 17th March, 

Meet 10AM at 'The Coffee Tree' Cafe, 11 George St, Aylesbury HP20 2HU

Contact the candidates by phone to 07484 806048 or by email to election@aylesburylabour.org.uk

 

Local council elections in other parts of the country have shown that people are fed up with the Conservative's continued strategy of austerity which is hitting social services, our public services and the most vulnerable the hardest, while continuing to allow big business, and the wealthiest in society, to get away without paying their fair share of the tax burden.

The LibDems have proven themselves ineffective as an alternative, and are in fact more often seen as collaborators and in collusion with the Tory's strategy to destroy and then privatise our public services.

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The Buckingham County Council's decision to consider close all of the children's centres was not opposed by the Conservatives or LibDems for the obvious reason that it is their policy, only Labour fought this decision.

Thanks to the Bucks Herald, you can see Liz Hind as one of the protesters working for her community to try and overturn the decision to lose Children's Centres, can you see any of the other parties represented ?   

 

The Tories has a bad election night last week, lets cause a real upset and return two Labour Councillors to represent Central and Walton. 

Tories lose seven council seats in one night at local elections in latest blow to party Labour continues resurgence following general election shock majority loss for Theresa May

 

Vote LABOUR in the Central and Walton By-Election

Vote for change

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Final Push to Win Central and Walton By-Election - Leafleting and Canvassing 17th March

The Final Push to Win Central and Walton By-Election Leafleting and Canvassing, Saturday 17th March,  Meet 10AM at 'The Coffee Tree' Cafe, 11 George St, Aylesbury HP20 2HU Contact the candidates...

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