Blog: labour

BLOG: The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement: has he been convinced by Jeremy Corbyn on Tax Credits?

In his Autumn Statement, in reality yet another budget, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has scrapped plans to abolish Tax Credits immediately and has decided that he can no longer stand  in front of Jeremy [&he...

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BLOG: Achieving for Children? Not if you are poor in Kingston

Research into attainment on government criteria by five year olds in London shows that those who are pooorest, measured by eligibility for a free school meal, are in danger of  attaining far less than their [&he...

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BLOG: Liberal Democrats claim Tory leader has conflict of interest: yet another tedious smear?

The Kingston & Surbiton Labour Party is critical of the way the Tory administration is rushing ahead with developments without consulting or listening to residents. We are particularly critical of any proposals that will allow [&he...

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BLOG: Kingston & Surbiton Constituency Labour Party: comments on the Eden Quarter Development Brief

Kingston Council commissioned a consultative Eden Quarter Development Brief. This document, when finalised, provides developers with the outline of what Kingston is looking for. The draft is looking to extend the town centre into areas [&he...

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BLOG: FARES RISING FASTER THAN INCOMES YET AGAIN: LONDON FARE RISE CHAOS AS CHANCELLOR DECIDES TO TRUMP BORIS PLANS

Labour members leafleted commuters at Kingston, Surbiton, New Malden and Norbiton rail stations on Monday 6th January 2014. They were showing that under the Coalition fares were rising faster than income and, despite his promises, [&he...

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