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Including the Co-operative Party Charter on Modern Slavery
Using what we already have to generate local economic growth co-operatively
A co-operative agenda for enhanced city and county regions
My Bill would ensure access to healthy, nutritious food is a human right, underpinned and reinforced by a commitment in law.
I am committed to working closely with the Co-op, the police force, partner organisations, businesses, community leaders, and the wider criminal justice system to translate our ambitions into concrete actions.
Without urgent reform, more and more people will be priced out of the communities they grew up in and ermanently denied home-ownership. To overcome this, we must offer something bolder and bigger than we’ve ever seen before.
The recent Labour Party conference has confirmed the Party’s policy of replacing the leasehold system by making the commonhold form of freehold title the default tenure. The 5 million leaseholders who live in England and Wales , often in marginal constituencies , will welcome such a proposal. Virtually all the English-speaking world has done away with the leasehold system.
Commit to ensuring that there's nowhere to hide for modern slavery in your council's supply chain by joining the growing number of local authorities who have signed the Co-operative Party Charter Against Modern Slavery.
Are you a current Co-operative councillor or a council candidate? Here are 12 campaign ideas and issues to take on in your manifesto.
The Co-operative Party is campaigning for food justice. There are plenty of opportunities for Councillors to get involved. Read our briefing to find out more.