Banbury Constituency Labour Party
WELCOME – THE OFFICIAL LABOUR PARTY WEB SITE FOR BANBURY, BICESTER & NORTH OXFORDSHIRE VILLAGES
A Red Wave is happening… Membership of the Banbury & Bicester Labour Party has increased by 200% since the General Election results and the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader, and substantially in the first weeks of July. Come & join us. Ring 01295 810813 to get the reduced rate.
Special Supper Club – Sponsored by Terry and Anne Davis with proceeds donated to the CLP
Guest Speaker: Professor Danny Dorling
Thank you Danny Dorling for a stimulating evening on Saturday 16 July at Adderbury Institute.
Danny Dorling is Halford Mackinder professor of human geography at Oxford University. He is an expert on housing, pollution & inequality. He is the author of a number of books including All That Is Solid, Injustice: Why Social Inequality Still Persists, Inequality and the 1%, and his latest book, A Better Politics.
MAKING BANBURY BETTER TOGETHER – Tell Us What You Think
We in the local Labour Party want to exert a positive influence on the future of Banbury and would welcome your views.This short survey will take you less than a couple of minutes – simply PRESS the red button
The Banbury Labour Party constituency is divided into 3 Branches:
- Banbury Town
- Bicester & District
- North Oxfordshire Villages
To work out in which Branch you live, see the constituency map.Since May 2010 your local Labour Party has been actively campaigning against the speed and scale of cuts to public services that are affecting the most vulnerable in our local communities. These include cuts to housing, transport services, policing, libraries, health and social care.The Conservative-led Coalition cuts go too far and too fast and, through increased unemployment, low paid jobs, many with zero hour contracts, there is a highly negative effect on the economy which although showing some small signs of recovery is still extremely fragile. There are almost a million young people unemployed which is a shocking statistic. As the burden on state services from cost of living crisis increases, the budget deficit becomes harder to reduce. The Banbury Labour Party is fighting for a strategy for growth, an increase in employment and better paid jobs, and reducing the deficit through this growth, rather than excessive cuts.