On 6th February, a group of us from South-East Cornwall Labour gathered at The Echo Centre in Liskeard to listen to the stories of local people living with a range of different disabilities. We were shocked by what we heard about the treatment of disabled people in our society today; and deeply impressed by the … Continue reading A Moving Experience
Update: the priorities ballot is now closed. Our motion is in one of the subject areas that will be debated at conference! The eight subjects chosen for debate are: Abortion Rights Early years education and childcare Pensions Rights for migrant women Social care Universal Credit and employment support Violence against women and girls Women in … Continue reading Our motion chosen for debate at women’s conference!
The Disability Listening Project has been set up in order to hear what issues Disabled people have in South East Cornwall. If you are Disabled or are a family carer for someone disabled, do you have concerns on Transport, Housing, Social Care and benefits. Then we would like to hear from you. It is open … Continue reading Disability Listening Project
Campaigning at Liskeard station against the rip-off rise in rail fares as part of the national campaign day. Our members were talking to commuters on the morning and evening trains; where we heard a lot of support for Labour's plans to bring the railways back into public ownership.
Students, children, parents, teachers and support staff joined local members in a march and rally organised by South-East Cornwall Labour on 3rd November. Following the speeches local students and school pupils posted the Labour Party’s petition through local Conservative MP Sheryll Murray’s office door, asking her to take up the cause of fair funding … Continue reading Rally Against School Cuts