The Co-operative Party calls for the creation of a 'People's Railway', owned by and for the people of Scotland
Energy co-operatives can deliver a better deal for consumers - but to take on the big 6, they need greater support.
Comment from the Co-operative Party on speculation in this weekend's newspapers.
There is more to do to create a health service based on genuine mutuality between the professionals and the public.
The Co-operative Party is very sad to learn of the death of Scottish Labour and Co-operative MSP Helen Eadie.
Working with our sister party, Scottish Co-operative Party members deliver victory in the Dumfermline Holyrood byelection.
A recent Westminster Hall debate reveals strong support for Co-operative schools from figures in both parties.
Ed Miliband's announcement of plans for a levy on payday lenders is a victory for Co-operative Party activists across the country.
Every year we ask our delegates and visitors thought about their experiences at Co-operative Party Conference and then use this feedback to shape the following year. Well this year we thought we’d go a step further, and report to the membership about how we all found it in full. This isn’t just us blowing our […]
This year’s annual Cooperative conference was entitled ‘Stronger together.’ Held in Edinburgh, this was a fitting theme to celebrate the strong union and cooperation between the Labour party and the Co-operative Party and the case for a united UK. It was good to see a number of familiar faces during the pre-conference registration. I could […]
As part of their ‘arcHive’ project to create a set of interactive online resources, the National Co-operative Archive have put together ‘Politics for the People'; an online Prezi which explains the roots of our party, and our relationship with the wider movement:
For immediate release: Sunday 6th October Today, Jim Murphy Shadow Secretary of State for Defence backed the Co-operative Party’s call for a dedicated credit union for British service men and women, at the Party’s annual conference in Edinburgh. A similar scheme in America, Navy Federal, has 4 million members of the US armed forces. A […]
Allowing ‘Right to Bid’ protection for clubs as well as their stadia can put community back at the heart of football
Councillor Patrick Vernon looks at the future of co-operative structures in the National Health Service.
Co-operative MP John Woodcock reports on the new Barrow & District Credit Union he helped launch, putting co-operative values into practice. From the Rochdale Pioneers onwards, the co-operative movement was founded on a mantra of practical solutions to the hardships faced by working people. Today, as people struggle to make ends meet and increasingly distrust […]