Use your vote to continue the partnership between the Co-op and the Co-operative Party

From tackling modern slavery on our streets to standing up for Fairtrade: together, the co-operative movement and its political Party – the Co-operative Party – are working to build a society where power and wealth are shared.

Use your vote to ensure our work continues.

About us

As the political party of the co-operative movement, we work to ensure a political voice for co-operatives, and to make the case for co-operative ideas in our economy and wider society.

There are more than 6,000 businesses across the UK that are owned by their customers and employees, and run in their interests, rather than for private profit. From shops owned by their consumers to sports clubs owned by fans, we believe that co-operatives provide a template for a better way of doing business and for a fairer Britain.

Whether in government or opposition, for a century the Co-operative Party has been a voice for co-op values and principles in the places where decisions are taken, and laws are made.



Dan Jarvis publishes plans for a ‘Co‑operative Community’ in South Yorkshire


Give people a real voice to reap full benefits of public ownership


In these local government elections, co‑operative ideas are coming to the fore


Public ownership that puts people first.

We're making the case for democratic public ownership of key
national assets including railways, energy and water.

Receive your copy of our 'Democratic Public Ownership For the 21st Century' report,
and to campaign with us to make the plans a reality.


9th Jun at 9:30 am - 16:30 pm

Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre
108 Stamford Street, South Bank London SE1 9NH

Get involved

Co-operative Party Annual Conference 2018

Ideas to Change the South East


Local Government Conference 2018

Contact us

Got a question about the party or our work? Using the form to your right will ensure that your enquiry is automatically directed to the correct person.

Alternatively, you can contact us by phone or email at the links below. We aim to respond to all enquiries by email within 14 days.

  • 65 St John Street
    London EC1M 4AN United Kingdom
  • 02073674150
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