Newton Abbot & Kingsteignton Branch Labour Party is hosting an open meeting on Friday 1st May at 7:30pm. Using the social distancing safe Zoom meetings. Joining this meeting is Ian Lavery MP for Wansbeck and former Party Chair in Jeremy Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet.
This is a chance for members to chat about the devastating defeat in Decembers GE and also the new leadership. What next for Labour?
Details of the zoom call will be shared with members via email, anyone interested in joining should contact Ryan Hall – email@example.com for the details.
Bored of evenings in lockdown watching repeats of catchphrase on TV?
Why not beat the boredom and join the Newton Abbot Labour Lockdown Pub Quiz.
Using the power of technology (Zoom) we are holding a pub quiz to raise funds for the Newton Abbot Covid-19 Mutual Aid group, to support the work they are doing to support the vulnerable at this time. £2 suggested donation.
With quiz master – Councillor Ryan Hall When: 26/03/2020 at 19:00 Where: the comfort of your own front room (book shelves not mandatory).
Sign up – We will share a link nearer the time. Stay safe and keep smiling.
It has been announced this morning that Kier Starmer has been elected as Leader of the Labour Party and Angela Rayner has been elected as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party.
After a long and well fought contest, we must be united and continue to fight and campaign for the socialist ideals we passionately believe in.
When we are through this pandemic, all essential workers, the elderly, the poor, the ill, disabled, homeless and vulnerable will all need us to fight for a fairer future. For increased pay, for union protection, for a roof over their heads, for a more caring and compassionate society that leaves nobody behind. A better future is possible.