Election: Leeds Labour 2018 Manifesto

It's the 'all out' elections in Leeds on Thursday 3rd May, if you haven't made your mind up yet or just want to see what you'll get by voting Labour please take a look at our manifesto: https://leedslabour.com/2018/03/30/leeds-labour-manifesto-2018/ 


Tories: Siding with Poor Decisions

When HMRC refused to provide cooperation to French authorities who were looking at a case of suspected money laundering that involved one of the main donors to the Tory party it showed that there is a lack of oversight that needs to be addressed. For Philip Hammond to say that they did the right thing … Continue reading Tories: Siding with Poor Decisions

Education: School Cuts

Last weekend was the NEU (National Education Union) Weekend of Action. The organisation School Cuts put on a number of events which proved very successful. Their website provides information on the amount of money that your local school will be losing under the Tories' new funding formula for schools - check it out here.  

Tories: Candidate Suspended for Anti-Semitism

A Conservative candidate for the upcoming local elections has been suspended from the Party after a tweet from 2013 emerged that has prompted an investigation into anti-Semitism. Although George Stoakley has now locked his Twitter account a number of screenshots of other abhorrent language had already been taken. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/tory-candidate-suspended-over-sweating-12430816

Just for Fun: Lib Dems Take on First Bus

Well not really - maybe that should read "Lib Dems Talk to First" as some town councillors from neighbouring Otley took a 'fact finding' mission to one of First Bus's facilities. Did they rebuke them for their failing service? No. Did they take a hard stance on drivers passing stops because they are already late? … Continue reading Just for Fun: Lib Dems Take on First Bus