YOUR LOCAL LABOUR PARTY
Statement of support for School staff City of Durham Labour Party Executive Officers express their full support to National Education Union (NEU), Unison, other Trade Union members and all local School staff and School Governors who on health and safety grounds...
The City of Durham Labour Party congratulates Mary Kelly Foy on being elected as our new Member of Parliament. Mary is well known to many in Durham as she worked for many years with the Community Voluntary Service. Mary has 30 years experience of the public and...
Britain is at a crossroads, the choice at the coming election is clear. Johnson’s conservatives are taking us towards a disastrous Brexit so the Tories can sell our rights and the NHS to Donald Trump and the USA? They only look after the privileged few and even...
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Keir Starmer – Labour Party Leader
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Constituency All Member Meetings
The Labour Party is a democratic political party and all members can be involved in the decision making of your local Party.
The discussion include reports from our MP, County Councillors, a Political Education topic and policy motions proposed by members and Branches.
All meetings are held in Durham County Hall please come along and participate in Re-Building Britain for the Many and not the Few.
Details of our Meetings can be found here
Why Build and Invest in Britain?
Seeking a fairer, more just and compassionate society
In December 2019, Mary Foy was elected as your Member of Parliament for the City of Durham.
Since then she has been tirelessly working to represent not just local people but taking an important national role. Mary has been asked to be the Parliamentary Private Secretary to Andy McDonald as Shadow Secretary of State for Employment Rights and Protections.
Mary is actively responding to casework from her constituents and due to the current coronavirus restrictions is holding regular Telephone Surgeries. She is campaigning for individuals, businesses and charities in the area. If you want more information please contact her office by Telephone 0191 374 1915 or visit her website www.maryfoy.org.uk
Working together to fight cuts to our Public Services
For information and news from the Police Commissioner, County Council and for Covid information follow these links