The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster speaks to the ‘Reform’ think tank about re-building trust in public procurement post-Carillion.
Scottish Co-operative Party MSP David Stewart has achieved a major victory in his campaign to secure that sprinklers are included in all new build social housing.
Despite water being an everyday necessity, bill payers have no say over who pipes it to their taps, where they pay their tax and who pockets the profits.
In the current parliament, once we cut through the Gordian knot of Brexit, real progress could be accomplished if we as co-operators can organise effectively.
David Stewart MSP's Proposed Social Housing (Automatic Fire Suppression Systems) (Scotland) Bill needs your support
We know that co-operatives can help to deliver a fairer global economy, which is why under the next Labour government, DfID will make place a new emphasis on developing and supporting co-operative enterprises around the world.
In power across the country, co-operative councillors are showing that even in the toughest of circumstances, it's possible to begin implementing the polices, ideas and models that will one day deliver a Labour & Co-operative government all the way to Downing Street.
Labour needs to be very cautious that in ending rail privatisation we are not simply holding the assets on ice for the Tories to re-privatise later.
These are exciting times to live in. We have the opportunity to implement transformative change so that richer and healthier lives are the preserve of the many, not just the few.
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