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SOUTHBOURNE WARD BY-ELECTION - 1ST DECEMBER 2016

REBECCA HAMLET was selected by Chichester Labour Party, on the 2nd November, to stand in the Southabourne Ward by-election on the 1st December 2016. READ MORE on tab above.

Mark Farwell
City Branch

19 November 2016
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Mark Farwell
City Branch

17 June 2016
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EU REFERENDUM EVENT SUNDAY, 19 JUNE 10.30AM

 

Chichester 'Labour In For Britain' rally on Sunday, 19 June at 10.30pm

 

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

 

Mark Farwell
City Branch

17 June 2016
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POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER ELECTIONS 2016

 
PCC CAMPAIGN EVENT, SATURDAY, 30th APRIL 2016 OUTSIDE CHICHESTER LAW COURTS AT 10.30am
 
Michael Jones, Police & Crime Commissioner candidate for Sussex, will be outside Chichester Law Courts on Saturday, 30th April, with Chichester Labour Party supporters and friends, to meet the public from 10.30am onwards.

All welcome,

Mark Farwell
Chichester City Branch.

29 April 2016
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Police and Crime Commissioner Elections 2016

Labour at a national and local level is committed to making our communities safer places to live, to reduce crime and work with the police in the difficult job that they do. Crime fell by 43 per cent under Labour, but with the Tory-led Government cutting 17,000 police officers and having no strategy to cut crime, that record is under threat.This year’s elections for Police and Crime Commissioners will be held in most police forces in England and Wales, except London and Manchester, on 5 May 2016.   


We want to find the best candidates possible who share our values and understand the challenge ahead.

Labour is seeking candidates who will:

 

  • Be committed to building on Labour’s record falls in crime and action to tackle anti-social behaviour in their local area.
  • Have the strategic vision to both support and hold to account the Chief Constable in building confidence in the police, promoting community safety, reducing crime and antisocial behaviour, determining local policing priorities and contributing to action on national priorities such as organised crime and prevention of terrorist activity. 
  • Be champions for the communities in which they live.
  • Engage with the public and local communities and work to protect neighbourhood policing – a flagship Labour reform – which is being threatened by the scale of the Government’s cuts.
  • Be committed to working in partnership with other criminal justice agencies, local government, voluntary agencies and community groups to strengthen community safety and to prevent crime.
  • Have the skills to lead a dynamic, complex, forward-looking organisation, accountable to local people.
  • Be able to offer strategic lead on policing issues.
  • Have a commitment to the values and ideals of the Labour Party.

 

Mark Farwell
Chichester City Branch

 

22 March 2016

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THE GREAT DEBATE on THE CORBYN EFFECT: MONDAY, 5th OCTOBER 2015

If you want to explore these questions further, and add more of your own, then come to THE GREAT DEBATE on THE CORBYN EFFECT at the Friends’ Meeting House, Chichester 8pm on Monday, 5th October where Mark Farwell, Labour Party parliamentary candidate and Jasper Richmond, Green Party parliamentary candidate will debate the Corbyn Effect.

 

Mark Farwell has said: “Corbyn brings to the Labour Party a welcome return to true socialist values. I am very excited about his election as our new leader.” Whereas Jasper Richmond commented: “ Whilst I welcome Corbyn’s  injection into politics of serious principles, there are some areas of his policy that are still not radical enough for me."  There are bound to be differences of opinion which should contribute to a lively debate.

 

Mark Farwell

Chichester City Branch

 

29 September 2015

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JEREMY CORBYN was elected leader of the Labour Party on the 12th September 2015; and won a first-round victory with nearly 59.5% of first-preference votes. Andy Burnham (19%), Yvette Cooper (17%) and Liz Kendall (4.5%). Best Wishes and many congratulations from the CHICHESTER CONSTITUENCY LABOUR PARTY.

 

Mark Farwell

Chichester City Branch

 

12th September 2015

 

 

 

 

 

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Email: mark.farwell@chichester-labour.org.uk

 

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