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Local Campaign Forum

Local Campaign Forums are based on Council Boundaries, allowing members of CLPs across the District to meet together. It is from here that we plan our Local Election strategy, identify possible candidates and seek to work alongside the current Labour Group of Councillors. Membership comprises of the Leader and Deputy Leader of the Labour Group as well as delegates from Branch and Constituency Labour Parties.

Meet The Candidates

Meet the fantastic group of Labour Party candidates for the 2021 local elections.

Our Pledges

Earlier this year, the incoming group leadership made a promise. A promise to develop policy from the doorstep rather than from an office. The feedback we receive will dictate what goes into our manifesto for 2020. We’ve already had two extremely successful and informative policy conferences, where members were given the opportunity to speak with the Labour Group. We’re looking to build on this success by launching a truly people-powered campaign into next year and beyond.


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What's New

The Latest News From Wirral Labour Party

New council houses to help those most in need

Wirral’s Labour-led Housing Committee has recommended to the Council’s Policy & Resources committee the purchase of six new social rented housing properties to directly help those with the greatest need as part of the seven oaks project in Rock Ferry. Committee Chair Councillor Julie McManus says: “This is a really exciting time for the Borough. Wirral’s housing Strategy has supported…

Wirral Labour council leader Cllr Janette Williamson launches The Birkenhead Group

A dynamic group of Birkenhead residents is coming together with Lord Tony Hall of Birkenhead to try to ensure the town’s heritage becomes a driver of its future fortunes.   Following the news that the Williamson Art Gallery was to be saved by the Wirral Labour budget, the group has made the cultural hub one of its key focuses.   Lord Hall, who…

Wirral Labour budget saves key community assets

Wirral council’s Labour leadership has saved school crossing patrols, bin collections and the borough’s most prized leisure assets. At tonight’s full council meeting, Labour council leader Janette Williamson put forward a revised budget that received the support of the full council.  Among the key measures brought forward by the Labour administration and backed by opposition groups are plans to continue funding…

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How can we Keep Wirral Red? How do we ensure a better future for our children and their children? What can we do to protect our Borough against continued austerity and growing inequality?

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