Jim McMahon has been elected in Oldham West & Royton as the newest Labour & Co-operative MP
The European Union has joined calls for recognition of companies who pay their fair share of tax
Party Chair Gareth Thomas works to ensure the government’s Housing Bill gives equal treatment to co-operatives
Friday sees the launch of Wales’ largest housing co-operative. Here its CEO explains more
Claire McCarthy responds to the BBC Director General’s proposals for online polling of licence fee payers
The public, business and politicians agree Government should be doing all it can to support community energy.
As ever the Scottish Co-operative Party was strongly represented at the Scottish Labour Party Conference in Perth on 30th, 31st October and 1st November.
Claudia Beamish MSP for the South of Scotland spoke recently in the Scottish Parliament in praise of the Portpatrick Harbour Trust Community Benefit Society.
Letter from Gavin Shuker MP to Chancellor George Osborne on recent cuts in support for community energy
Today the Co-operative Party NEC announced Karin Christiansen’s successor as General Secretary
From today, service personnel and their families will be able to borrow and save money via a dedicated armed forces credit union.
Co-operatives are enabling the growing numbers of self-employed workers to share costs, demand fairness and increase job security.
The Party’s submission to the government consultation on the future of the BBC
Fraternal greetings from the Co-operative Party to Labour Conference 2015 delivered by Stella Creasy MP
Full text of speech delivered by Stella Creasy MP at this year’s Co-operative Party Annual Conference
During the campaign, we asked candidates to explain how they’ll work with the co-operative movement. Here’s what the two winners had to say
We want to hear what you think about policy development for the next five years.
As we know bus services are vital. They are vital for many reasons, whether it is access to work, family or education.
The Co-operative Party has endorsed Stella’s campaign to put co-op values at the heart of the Labour Party.
The Co-operative Party has announced that its General Secretary, has decided to step down from the role after the Party Conference season.
We have an exciting opportunity for someone to join our team and support the work of the Party and our elected representatives as a paid Campaigns Intern with Co-operative Party Youth. The role: The Campaigns Intern will work with the Co-operative Party’s staff and elected representatives to help deliver campaigns, carry out research and support
On Wednesday in the Scottish Parliament the Community Empowerment Bill passed its final stages and became law.
Play your part and help our work in engaging a new generation in politics and co-ops
Conference Arrangements Committee (CAC) is the body that oversees the business of Conference. It is made up of four members elected by Conference and a fifth member nominated by the National Executive Committee (NEC). The current committee members are: Richard Bickle, Chair (West Midlands Region) Russell Porteous (North East & North Cumbria Region) – term of
As a Co-operative Party MSP I recognise the importance of co-operation to Scotland’s politics.
Together, we’re delivering one of the largest community-owned urban renewable energy projects in the UK
Responding to today’s results, Karin Christiansen, General Secretary of the Co-operative Party said: “The Co-operative Party has been the political voice of the co-operative movement for 98 years and we look forward to continuing our successful relationship with the Co-operative Group in light of today’s clear and decisive result. “Co-operative Group members voted to support
After an incredibly tough night, the movement has lost some of its champions. But in our new MPs, it will have a powerful voice.
Constituency First Name Last Name 2015 Result Aberdeen North Richard Baker Not elected Barrow and Furness John Woodcock Elected Cardiff South and Penarth Stephen Doughty Elected Corby Andy Sawford Not elected Croydon North Steve Reed Elected Edinburgh North and Leith Mark Lazarowicz Not elected Edmonton Kate Osamor Elected Feltham and Heston Seema Malhotra Elected Glasgow
Today the Labour Party published its manifesto setting out the programme for the next Labour & Co-operative government.