Labour Councillors back speed bumps in California Road, Huntingdon

In light of what happened to a poor young boy , on California road, (Monday 22nd August 2016) I ask you to join this petition to get speed bumps put in place from Huntingdon College through to American lane. The amount of speeding vehicles and drunk drivers going down this road has dramatically increased. Anything […]

Hands off Hinchinbrooke meeting Monday 5th Sept Huntingdon Town Hall 4pm and 5.30pm

There will be a chance to quiz the chief executive of Hinchinbrooke Hospital as they move ever closer to being swallowed up by Peterborough. It looks as if clinical staff will no longer be assigned to Hinchinbrooke but rotated between there and Peterborough. Only one Huntingdonshire resident is on the board of the proposed new […]

What no vote?

If you have not received your Labour leadership ballot paper by 2nd September, or have been denied a vote  you can call 0345 092 2299 or email

Labour Conference 2016 secure Security firm booked, conference can go ahead.

Leadership ballot FAQs

Leadership Election voting queries If you’re eligible to vote, ballots will be dispatched by the end of August. Eligible members will receive a ballot by both email and post. Registered supporters and affiliated supporters will receive their ballot by email. If we do not hold an email address for affiliated supporters, we will supply their […]

Your leadership ballot

You should receive your ballot for the Labour leadership election by the end of August, with some of the first ballots arriving next week. IMPORTANT – all eligible voters will receive a ballot by email – make sure you don’t miss yours: To make sure the email doesn’t go to your junk you can add […]

News from Labourlist on policy and leadership contest

Jeremy Corbyn has unveiled major campaign pledges on transport this morning. Calling the UK the “rail rip-off capital of Europe”, the leader has restated his promise to renationalise rail services, as well as taking bus services out of the hands of private companies and placing them under local government control – a move he says […]

UPDATE: Punting isn’t going to go ahead.

Sorry to those who’ve put their names forward but we don’t have enough people to make this economically feasible; it would cost too much per person at the moment so regretfully we’ve decided to call off this event. We’re looking at other social meet-ups that we could hold and if anyone has anything they’d like […]

Court report August 11th

Labour’s third major court hearing in weeks will today see an appeal to the earlier decision to allow new members a vote even though they joined after the January 12 cut-off date. Party officials said they are looking to “uphold” the decisions of its ruling body, the NEC. Some have called this a waste of […]