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After speaking in a Westminster Hall debate on co-operatives' contribution to the economy, Luciana Berger outlines her co-operative vision for the Liverpool City Region.
As in previous UK Labour Leadership elections, Co-operative Party membership does not entitle you to a vote. To vote you must be a Labour Party member, registered supporter or affiliated supporter.
As the Lords debate changes in the law that would require bus companies to consult communities before changing routes, Ruth Bradshaw of Campaign for National Parks explains what the changes would mean for some of our most special places.
The North West North Co-operative Party has backed Luciana Berger MP's bid to become Mayor of Liverpool City Region
A voice for passengers is missing from the Government's Bus Services Bill. Co-operative Peers are working to put it back in.
As traditional banks abandon many of our poorest communities, Co-operative MPs have called for financial mutuals such as building societies and credit unions to take their place.
This Co-operatives Fortnight, the Party's Welsh Assembly members have been working to highlight the growth of the Welsh co-operative movement in recent years, and urging the Welsh government to continue pushing forward in its support.
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