The Rural Manifesto proposal: empowering rural Labour

“Your most precious possession is not your financial assets. You most precious possession is the people you have working there, and what they carry around in their heads, and their ability to work together” These words by Robert Reich help explain the purpose of the Rural Manifesto: to maximise the potential of the Labour movements…

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We can’t do this alone.  If we truly are to give a voice to Labour’s rural members, improve Labour’s rural and coastal policy and begin the process of winning support from rural voters, we need your support. In the coming weeks, we will have the facility for you to join online, but in the meantime, download…

Coast and Country at Conference

Please join Labour Coast and Country at our conference fringe event on Sunday 22nd September at 6.30pm Title: Labour Coast and Country: How Labour can be a voice for non-urban Britain Speakers: Hywel Lloyd, (Chair) Labour Coast and Country Angela Eagle MP, Chair of Labour’s National Policy Forum Baroness Royall, Shadow Leader of the House of…

Seaside Towns: What Matters to Coastal Communities and Economies

Our seaside towns and resorts hold a special place in our history and culture. For decades, British seaside towns have attracted millions of visitors – both domestic and international – all wanting to experience life and leisure by the coast. But these towns, that were once such a significant part of our culture and society,…