“Can you see me?” Presentation from Labour Womens Forum on disability and gender | 7th February, Crabbe Hall, Tunbridge Wells

Following the TWCLP GC Meeting in February (open to all members) will be a special presentation from the Womens Forum covering issues of equality and gender relating to disability and how it impacts and is impacted by the following topics: 2010 Equality Act Affordable Housing Public Transport Social Care PIP Assessments Venue is fully wheelchair […]

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An evening of ideas and discussion with Mark Perryman, Editor of ‘The Corbyn Effect’

In a special Tunbridge Wells event, Mark Perryman will explore the fundamental shift in our system of ideas that Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party has made possible, and how this is likely to be affected by the Brexit fallout. ‘The Corbyn Effect’ is the first serious attempt to understand this exciting new phenomenon […]

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Tunbridge Wells Branch Meeting | 8 January 2019 | Poverty & Austerity

Come and join the Tunbridge Wells Branch Meeting of the TWCLP! Open to all members of Tunbridge Wells Branch. Please come and contribute your experiences of poverty where you live and shape how we respond as a local Labour party. Time: 7.30pm Venue: The Gallery Room, Camden Centre, Camden Rd, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 2SW Topics to […]

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Tunbridge Wells Labour

Why we want a final say on Brexit deal

Despite being the only constituency in Kent that voted Remain in the EU referendum, Conservative councillors on Tunbridge Wells Borough Council threw out a motion asking for their support for a People’s Vote on the final deal negotiated by Theresa May. Written by Martin Betts Labour Party local campaign co-ordinator In an acrimonious debate they said Brexit […]

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