The Co-operative Party
65 St John St
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We believe that things work best when ordinary people have a voice, and when services are accountable to the people who use them.
To be meaningful, devolution must be about letting communities make decisions for themselves - not simply shifting power from one tier of politicians to another
The Co-operative Party has issued the following statement in response to recent media speculation surrounding its relationship with the Labour Party
House prices in London now increasing in value at twice the average yearly earnings. A group of co-operators in East London are working to put home ownership back within reach of the rest of us.
Saturday 3rd Sep @ 9:00 am - Sunday 4th Sep @ 5:00 pm
Co-operatives and the state - where are we now?
Friday 9th Sep - Sunday 11th Sep
Annual Conference is our flagship event with keynote speakers and policy discussions taking place alongside training workshops, fringes and social events.
Sunday 25th Sep @ 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm
#devolution must be more than a choice between power exercised by Whitehall or from City Hall says @James_H_Scott
Great visit to @CoopArchive to discuss plans for for #coop100 next year. Check out fab pamphlet covers from the 30s: pic.twitter.com/K7HevJ0CtC
Whatever the Weather what will you be doing this weekend to raise money for @BritishRedCross #TacklingLoneliness pic.twitter.com/MTc42LgyKM
Promoted by Claire McCarthy on behalf of the Co-operative Party, both at 65 St John Street, London EC1M 4AN.
020 7367 4150
Registered under the Co-operative & Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 Act. Registration number 30027R.
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