In My View... by Patrick O'Sullivan, Energy and Environment Coordinator, SE Cornwall Labour There never was such a year for blossom; at least not for some time. Everywhere blackthorn, wild cherry and now domestic fruit trees are making a wonderful show. And the warmest April for seventy years coincided with two weeks of Extinction Rebellion … Continue reading Not Just Climate Change…
A very big "Thank You " to everyone who helped to make the Lostwithiel Labour May Fundraiser such a fantastic success. It was really encouraging to get such a good turn out and to see so many members from other branches and our neighbouring constituencies. Many pasties were eaten, drinks drunk, delicious home-made cakes kept … Continue reading Lostwithiel Music Fundraiser Great Success!
In My View... by Simon Parker of South East Cornwall Labour Party The contrast in response to the biggest threat facing humanity could not have been more stark. On the one hand The Cornish Times reported the thoughtful and informed views of Jemma Knowles and Ele Waters, two members of Extinction Rebellion who travelled from … Continue reading A Massive and Necessary Wake-up Call
With Brexit negotiations still gridlocked, the UK remains a member of the EU, and therefore the EU Elections on May 23rd give us an opportunity to vote for 6 UK South West Region MEPs. Our region currently has one Labour MEP, Clare Moody, who is standing for re-election; it would be good to see more. … Continue reading Lostwithiel Labour News May 2019
In My View... by Lesley Carty, Secretary, SE Cornwall Labour Watching the BBC in recent weeks, I’ve been reminded of the old joke about the Northern Irish troubles. Man walks into a bar and someone asks him ‘are you a Catholic or a Protestant?’ and he replies ‘I’m a Buddhist’. ‘Yes but,’ he’s asked, ‘are … Continue reading Healing the wounds that divide us