Supporting thousands of co-operative councillors to give power back to local people in their communities
With loneliness described as a 'public health crisis', the Party and co-operative movement are working together to ensure the issue receives the attention it deserves
This week in the Scottish Parliament, Co-operative MSPs Johann Lamont, Claudia Beamish and Sarah Boyack will call on the Scottish Government to promote the mutual ownership of land.
Social enterprise Energy4All announces £5.5m of community investment, amidst government attacks on sector
On Wednesday in the Scottish Parliament the Community Empowerment Bill passed its final stages and became law.
People often question what difference being a ‘Co-operative Council’ makes. Glasgow City Council has a very interesting answer to that question especially in relation to promoting a fairtrade sports goods co-operative.
Councillor Tudor Evans the Labour and Co-operative leader of Plymouth City Council has been named Council Leader of the Year at the LGiU Councillor Achievement Awards Ceremony.
This week's Fabian Society and NLGN leaflet sets out an exciting vision for local government - and it's clear that co-operative and mutual approaches have an important role to play.
A Labour & Co-operative-led Scottish Government would implement the findings of the Devolution Commission to build capacity and knowledge across local government.
In Haringey, we are helping credit unions do what they do best – beating payday lenders at their own game
Alongside the European elections, hundreds of co-operators will be standing in local council elections across England. Here's how you can get involved.
The Bill provides a golden opportunity to support co-op enterprises across Scotland. But Nicola Sturgeon is standing in the way.
Scottish Labour Devolution Commission backs co-operative councils and co-operatively run services
Co-ops and social enterprises are key to community-driven economic growth – but they need better support.
Lacking employee engagement or community support, the plans make a mockery of the term mutual
Andy Hull takes a look at ways that local councils can tackle payday lenders
What do Labour and Co-operative Parties need to do to connect with rural voters?