It's on: a general election is coming on 12th December, so add your name and email now to join out #GE2019 campaign!
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From alcohol and cigarettes to knives and acid, there are now more than 50 types of products that are restricted by law. It's staff on the shop floor who we expect to enforce those laws, and who all too often pay the price in the form of violence, threats and verbal and physical abuse from customers.
Nobody should face violence at work, and we have a special responsibility to protect those responsible for upholding the law.
That's why the Co-operative Party and shop workers' union USDAW are working together to secure stronger protections for shop workers selling age-restricted products, and tougher penalties against those who assault or threaten them.
Working in partnership with Labour, we're building a Britain where ownership and wealth are shared.
Visit our #GE2019 Campaign Hive now to find out how you can help elect the next Labour & Co-operative Government.
Millions of people in the UK are struggling to feed themselves and their families. We're working across the UK to bring attention to the food poverty crisis and deliver food justice.
Our vision is of a society and economy in which people's voices are heard; institutions and services are accountable to their users and staff, and ownership and wealth are shared.
We believe that co-operatives values are key to making that ambition a reality. We’re working in partnership with Labour to spark a radical shift in the size of the co-operative sector, and to bring key sectors like transport and utilities into democratic public ownership.
Co-operative elected representatives in Westminster, Holyrood, Cardiff Bay and in local government across the UK are working to put these ideas into practice – and our reach, membership and impact are growing.
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