In My View... by Dr Patrick O'Sullivan, Energy and Environment Coordinator, South-East Cornwall Labour Thirty years after space scientist James Hansen’s key speech to the US Senate, the world may finally be gearing up to combat climate change. Following pioneer action by Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg, schoolchildren in ten countries, including the UK, have staged … Continue reading Climate Emergency: what can we do?
Following our petition against school cuts, presented to our local MP at a march and rally in November, Mrs Murray wrote to many of those who had signed. Our Campaign Coordinator responds... Dear Supporter ... Thank you for signing our petition to the government on fair funding for schools between June and November last year. … Continue reading A Reply to Our MP on School Cuts
In My View... by Rich Clarke, Economics Coordinator, South East Cornwall Labour I have lived on the Rame peninsula all my life. Sheryll Murray and I have always got on well, and one thing we should be able to agree on is not destroying what makes us a decent society. Our MP tells constituents Britain … Continue reading Mending Broken Britain
In My View... by Simon Parker of South East Cornwall Labour Party Did you know that if you vote for a political party that states in its manifesto it intends to impose billions of pounds of cuts to public services, there is a good chance that’s what will happen? Of course you do. But it … Continue reading Austerity: a Cruel and Barmy Experiment
In My View... by Lesley Carty, Secretary, South East Cornwall Labour When there’s an injustice which has reached such proportions that the Archbishop of Canterbury himself speaks out about it, isn’t it time to sit up and take notice? In a much-reported speech, he said "We now know about 45% of people who attend food … Continue reading Calling for an End to Universal Credit