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Co-operative Party Celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight

It's Fairtrade Fortnight, and up and down the country, the Party's members, local branches and our elected representatives have been marking the occasion...

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Tory cuts to bus services in Cameron’s backyard are leaving people stuck at home – but this community is fighting back.

Faced with cuts to their local bus service, residents in David Cameron's constituency of Witney are working to create a co-operative-based alternative.

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There’s enough food in the world for us all – let’s ensure everyone earns enough to afford it.

This Fairtrade Fortnight, we stand ready to support the continued development of fairtrade - just as the co-operative movement has done for over 20 years now.

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Co-operative women have always led the way. Here’s where we go next.

8 March 2016 Blog

International Women's Day is a good time to look back at how far women have come in our Party and our movement - and all the work there's still to do.

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Johann Lamont: SNP treating co-operatives as ‘last resort’

Labour & Co-operative MSP calls on the SNP-run Scottish government to show greater ambition in championing the co-operative sector

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The People vs. the Railway Establishment

Rail passengers aren't consumers who can choose one brand of train or station over another. Far from it - we're fish in a barrel waiting to be shot at.

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Football clubs owned by fans deserve Treasury support

Promises to address sky-high ticket prices miss the wider point: Clubs ought to answer to fans and communities. It's time for tax incentives for those that do.