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Tunbridge Wells Labour

Tory meltdown – but will they listen?

By Martin Betts, Vice Chair, TWCLP. Labour was given a significant boost at the Borough Council elections on 2 May – winning two seats in Southborough and High Brooms and Sherwood and just missing a victory in Paddock Wood West on the toss of a coin. In these elections local Conservatives were given a massive […]

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Borough Council Candidates 2018

Labour stood candidates in all 16 wards. Eight of our candidates were women. All candidates are opposed to the new civic complex and theatre. All stood on the 2018 Local Manifesto. Benenden and Cranbrook ANNE MUSKER is a solicitor specialising in helping families with Special Educational Needs Tribunals especially for children with autistic spectrum conditions. She has been […]

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Cuts in services are harming our communities

By Bjorn Simpole, Vice Chair of Tunbridge Wells Constituency Labour Party . The 2010 coalition government promised to get rid of the budget deficit and reduce the country’s debt. What followed were some of the toughest austerity measures since the war aimed at cutting funding to most of our public services, many of these at […]

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Celebrate votes for women and International Women’s Day

Article by Carol Wilson, Women’s Officer, Tunbridge Wells Constituency Labour Party Come and join us on March 8th in Tunbridge Wells when women from across the borough will be marching from the Pantiles to the Royal Victoria Place to celebrate International Women’s Day.  The day will be a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural […]

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NHS winter crisis – this must be the last

At the start of the NHS’s 70th birthday patients and staff are currently experiencing the worst winter crisis on record. So far this winter up to 100,000 patients have waited to be seen for over 30 minutes in the back of ambulances or in parts of hospitals – including corridors. Bed occupancy has averaged at […]

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