Campaign Report – Kelly Braund

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Campaign Report I would like to start by saying a giant thank you to all volunteers who helped with our General Election campaign. Labour campaigns are built by individuals coming together with a collective goal, inspired by hope and driven by the belief that we can achieve more when we stand together than we do […]

Statement from Wimbledon Labour

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Wimbledon Labour Party has issued the following statement regarding Cllr Imran Uddin’s difficulties with the Solicitors Regulatory Authority.    “We are obviously very disappointed to have learned of the situation in the past few days and we have written formally to Cllr Uddin seeking clarification. Until we have further information we must reserve judgement, and […]

Last night’s attacks in London

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Jeremy Corbyn has released the following statement following last nights attacks in central London. “We are all shocked and horrified by the brutal attacks in London. My thoughts are with the families and friends of those who have died and the many who have been injured. Today, we will all grieve for their loss. I […]

Campaigning in Dundonald & Merton Park

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At the suggestion of Brenda Grant, we ran a very successful voter registration initiative outside Wimbledon College of Art last week aimed at the 900+students attending that campus.(pictured) We were concerned that less than half of students in the UK are registered to vote. Thanks to Dave Johnson for bringing the Wimbledon Labour Party stand […]

Canvassing Report – Mark Kenny

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“The weather gods did not look kindly on our intrepid group of canvassers as they headed out last week in both Wimbledon and Tooting. On Monday councillors outnumbered members as we hit the streets of Cannon Hill in an area not especially favourable to hearing our Labour message and once the early evening drizzle turned […]