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At our Chesham town centre street stall on Saturday 14th September we asked passers-by whether they thought Brexit or climate change was more important. The resounding response was climate change- 89 people thought it was more urgent than Brexit. That’s why we took a Green New Deal motion to conference and it’s why we’re committed Read more about A Green New Deal for Chesham & Amersham[…]
On Saturday 7th September, members were out in force supporting the Labour parliamentary candidate for Wycombe, Khalil Ahmed. Wycombe is a key target seat for Labour at the next General Election, since a 15% swing to Labour at the 2017 Election saw the majority of sitting Tory MP Steve Baker cut in half, from more Read more about Campaigning in Wycombe[…]
Local Labour members are frequently out on Chesham High Street engaging passers-by on topics ranging from the EU elections, education cuts and Universal Credit. The next street stall will be on Saturday 14th September. If you think Chesham & Amersham Labour Party should be paying more attention to an issue, whether local or national, use Read more about Street stalls in Chesham[…]
Since January local Labour Party members have been out campaigning in Chesham, Amersham, Chalfont St Peter and Prestwood. You can follow our campaign more closely on our Facebook page.
The Chesham Town-Council By-Election for Townsend Ward is approaching on Thursday 2nd May and our candidate, Townsend resident Pat Easton has been knocking on doors and getting to know voters. Pat has lived in Chesham for over 30 years, she is a local volunteer who will work hard to protect our local environment and services.
I owe a big thank you to everyone who voted for me in the general election. This was a truly record-breaking election for Chesham and Amersham Labour Party. 11,374 people voted for me and Labour came second for the first time since this constituency was drawn in 1974. I feel that we are really making our Read more about A record breaking election for Chesham and Amersham Labour[…]
This article was written for the site by Andy Carter, a member of our CLP: One of the Conservatives’ manifesto policies for the current parliament is a reduction in the number of seats from the current 650 to a more modest 600. At first sight this seems a fairly innocuous proposal and one which might Read more about Are boundary changes a threat to the United Kingdom?[…]