Banbury Constituency Labour Party


Nationally, we now have 552,000 members. Great news! Let’s make it a million! 

Statement from Jeremy Corbyn

Monday 18 February 2019

Responding to the decision of a small group of MPs to resign the Labour whip, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the Labour Party, said:

“I am disappointed that these MPs have felt unable to continue to work together for the Labour policies that inspired millions at the last election and saw us increase our vote by the largest share since 1945.

“Labour won people over on a programme for the many not the few – redistributing wealth and power, taking vital resources into public ownership, investing in every region and nation, and tackling climate change.

“The Conservative Government is bungling Brexit, while Labour has set out a unifying and credible alternative plan. When millions are facing the misery of Universal Credit, rising crime, homelessness and poverty, now more than ever is the time to bring people together to build a better future for us all.”

Many thanks to Russian expert Dr Alex Pravda

Fabulous supper club on Wednesday 6 February in Banbury with one of the U.K’s top experts on Russia.


Our next event

Apologies but our speaker has had to reshedule. New date tba.



From Eoin Clarke’s Twitter feed 22 January 2019

Tory Fibs

No spin. Just data. All 10 U.K. Polling Firms:

•Survation – Labour +3%
•ICM – Labour +1%
•TNS – Labour +3%
•BMG – Labour 0% (level)
•Opinium – Labour +3%
•Populus – Labour +3%
•Panelbase – Labour +3%
•Ipsos – Labour 0% (level)
•YouGov – Tories +5%
•ComRes – Tories +1%

Your Vote Matters


To those who had birthdays since the last General Election, & are now eligible to vote, please do not forget to REGISTER.

We could have a General Election as early as later this year. It’s simple & quick to register.

Here is the link:

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.