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East of England's members have voted to maintain our relationship with the Co-operative Party. Here's why I hope the Co-operative Group's members do the same.
Local government officer Emma Hoddinott reports back on last week's visit to Plymouth, where councillors are this week campaigning to keep Labour & Co-operative control of the City Council.
Co-operative Party peers have drawn on the example of co-operative housing in Sweden and Labour-run Wales, calling on the government to do more to support the growth of the model.
With the transfer of powers to city regions, there's an opportunity for the growth of co-operation and for local people to have an increased say on the services they depend. We must be ready to seize these opportunities.
The Co-operative Group's Board has recommended that Group members vote yes to continue their partnership with the Co-operative Party.
Members in Shropshire along with users and providers have been exploring the main issues facing Health and Social Care Services and how co-operative solutions might help.
The Co-operative Party has received a clean bill of health in its tax affairs, becoming the first political party in the UK to be awarded the Fair Tax mark for tax transparency.
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