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Co-op councillors demand suppliers pay their fair share of tax

Co-operative councillors in Salford and Durham tighten procurement rules to ensure suppliers are transparent in their tax affairs

Luciana Berger pledges to put passengers before profit in Liverpool City Region

The Co-operative Party's candidate for Liverpool Metro Mayor promises to overhaul the region's transport by increasing the role of not-for-profit and co-operative bus operators.


It’s time to give passengers legal powers to stand up to big bus companies

Bus routes can be just as much the lifeblood of communities as pubs, post offices and playing fields - so why shouldn't local people have the same powers to protect them?

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 06:  Fans make their way ahead of the FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifying Group H match between England and Moldova at Wembley Stadium on September 6, 2013 in London, England.  (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

The FA receives £30m of our money. Isn’t it time we had some say in English football’s governing body?

With the Government demanding long-overdue reform of the FA, it's clear that the Game can only thrive with fans at its heart


An alternative to BHS-style capitalism isn’t just a dream. It’s out there, and it works.

The Co-op CEO has written to the Times newspaper making the case for the co-operative alternative


Is the government washing its hands of the social care crisis?

26 July 2016 Blog

The Co-operative Party’s Policy Officer James Scott reacts to news that Social Care Ministerial Oversight has been reduced in the new Government.


Not waiting for Whitehall: Councils are re-shaping local economies right now

25 July 2016 Blog

Local and regional leaders do not have to wait for more powers to be handed out from Whitehall. They can take action and begin to rebalance our economy right away.