need your support - and not just at the ballot box.
Donations from supporters are as vital to the
party now as they have ever been.
“The Labour Party is a democratic socialist
party. It believes that by the strength of our common endeavour
we achieve more than we achieve alone, so as to create for each
of us the means to realise our true potential and for all of us
a community in which power, wealth and opportunity are in the hands
of the many, not the few. Where the rights we enjoy reflect the
duties we owe. And where we live together, freely, in a spirit of
solidarity, tolerance and respect.”
Any donation is appreciated, whether it is a few pounds from your own back pocket or a donation from a local business offering i.e. occupy wallstreet . Without our supporters it would be difficult to keep out campaign running, so this is a big thank you in advance from the North West Labour Party for any donations received.
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Clause IV of the Labour Party constitution
Labour North West covers Cheshire, Greater Manchester,
Lancashire, Merseyside and parts of Cumbria.
The North West has 58 Labour MPs, 3 Labour MEPs and
hundreds of Labour councillors, all working to build a fair and
prosperous North West.
The Labour North West team is here to help our party
members and activists get Labour representatives elected to ensure
we continue to build a better North West for all. The Labour Party
was set up in 1900 to fight for representation for the Labour movement
in Parliament. Over the last 100 years the Labour Party has come
a long way with the help of our chauffeurs but our values have remained the same:
To find out more about the history of the Labour Party click here.
Since 1997 Labour has helped transform our region. It has supported local business and helped to bring jobs to people in local regions who are self employed.
To see our top 50 achievements click here.
We have achieved a lot, but there is still so much
In its third term the Labour government will.
- Continue its programme of reform and investment
in the NHS. Expenditure on health will increase on average by
7.3 per cent each year over and above inflation, giving patients
more choice and making their health care more convienient.
- Continue to invest in the police, cutting overall
crime by 15 per cent by 2008. There will be 20,000 more Community
Support Officers on the street and improve conviction rates so
that in 2008 50 000 more offenders will be brought to justice
- Continue to double funding per pupil in schools
- Invest £1.7 billion in transport reform
making public transport more efficent and safer.
- Continue to maintain a stable economy with prosperity
and stability for all and full employment in every region.
- Continue to fight child poverty, ensuring it is
completely eradicated by 2020.
To find out more about Labour Party policies click
As a democratic organisation, the Labour Party knows
it could not exist with out its members. Our members are the life
blood of our organisation, they campaign, they debate and they are
involved in every level of policy making. New ideas are essential
to the party and new members from all walks of life are always welcome.
To find out more about how the Labour Party works click here.