Tag Archives: refounding

Kicking off our consultation

We have a development plan in Colne Valley. It might not do everything it is meant to yet, but it was a good way to work together and think about where to go after the General Election. It is time to update … Continue reading

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can we have a date?

I need a date. Any date will do. As long as it isn’t between January and May that is. Refounding Labour has decreed we will all move the date of our constituency Annual General Meetings. Unless I have missed it … Continue reading

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campaigning for what?

It is official now. We all have access to the new rule book. Local Government Committees have a new name. Given several of our members still talk fondly about the District Party I am not sure a name change itself … Continue reading

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Ladies who lunch have a big agenda

Every now and then I find the perfect end to the week is a lunch with my constituency chair. This is particularly true at the moment as we both have busy timetables and don’t find much time to talk between … Continue reading

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What can we find in refounding Labour?

I am having problems with refounding Labour. Whatever I do it won’t go through spell check. On line Thesaurus and my ancient paper dictionary didn’t help, so resorted to on line Oxford National Dictionary. What does ‘refounding Labour’ really mean? … Continue reading

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Reflections on the role of a Labour constituency secretary.

I have been doing this job for about eighteen months now. Sharp mathematicians will have worked out that means I took over around the time of the general election. In eighteen months discussion has gone from losing to refounding. The … Continue reading

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