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Worthing West CLP were out in force at Worthing Station on the morning and evening of January 2nd.

Railway

To coincide with another unwelcome rise in fares for long suffering commuters, we handed out leaflets and discussed Labour's alternative to the current unacceptable situation.

 

Rail Action Day 2018

Worthing West CLP were out in force at Worthing Station on the morning and evening of January 2nd.

How does Labour in Sussex build on a great 2017 in 2018 and beyond?

The Corbyn Effect

Hopefully our panel will be able to start to answer this question.  The Corbyn Effect author Mark Perryman will be a panellist and copies of the book will be available on the night for £15 of which £6 will be donated to Worthing West CLP.

More details can be found here.

Bognor to Bexhill - The Corbyn Effect, how does Labour win in Sussex

How does Labour in Sussex build on a great 2017 in 2018 and beyond?

Labour Councillor Beccy Cooper gained all party backing to write to Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Sajid Javid.

Beccy Cooper

Beccy secured cross party agreement from Conservative, Liberal Democrat and UKIP councillors for her motion to be unanimously supported.  The motion (in the form of a draft letter) raised concerns that developers were able to claim large discounts in payments due to local authorities which could go towards building of affordable housing.  It also questioned why reports of finances for a development were not made available to the public.

This is a great achievement for Beccy and Labour.  If we can elect more Labour councillors in May we can hold the Conservatives to account and work towards a fairer Worthing for all.

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Councillor Beccy Cooper leads Worthing Council to lobby government over developers escaping affordable homes payments

Labour Councillor Beccy Cooper gained all party backing to write to Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Sajid Javid.

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