Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 6 – How we run your council

Paying a Real Living Wage 97p higher than the government’s living wage, an inclusive employer featuring in Stonewall’s top 100 for LGBT+ people, and with more insourced jobs than any other Council in the UK and no compulsory redundancies, Leeds Labour Council is run to provide the highest standard of service ensured by treating its … Continue reading Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 6 – How we run your council

Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 5 – Making Leeds green

The largest council in the UK to declare a Climate Emergency, Leeds Labour has ruled out fracking, introduced a clean air zone with charges to encourage businesses to move to less polluting vehicles, is installing new charge points for electric vehicles – and has the largest fleet of council-owned electric vehicles in the UK. All … Continue reading Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 5 – Making Leeds green

Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 4 – Health and growing old in Leeds

The Tories transferred public health to councils, and then cut the council funding! Thanks to Tory and LibDem cuts since 2010, 62.5% of Leeds entire budget is now spent on adult and children’s social care. That's a severe constraint, though we are committed to protecting the most vulnerable. But we’re also finding cash to set … Continue reading Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 4 – Health and growing old in Leeds

Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 3 – Growing up in Leeds

Keeping open all Children’s Centres, reducing numbers of children in care, the only city in the UK whose Children’s services are rated ‘Outstanding’, English and Maths results improving at 4x national average, tackling period poverty, supporting children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities as they move into post-16 education, creating over 11,000 new primary school … Continue reading Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 3 – Growing up in Leeds

Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 2- The Leeds Economy

Labour’s strategy aims for a local economy which provides great jobs with workers’ rights, not in-work poverty and disempowerment, which harnesses and builds on our people's creative talents to make a global cultural city. And which achieves growth while minimising congestion and air pollution, for example by attracting peopke back on to public transport. “Labour … Continue reading Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 2- The Leeds Economy

Labour staffer in Alex Sobel’s office wins National award – for helping the people of Leeds North West.

Amid all the high-profile Brexit activity, it’s easy to forget the huge amount of work MPs and their staff do for constituents day in day out. Just how much – and just how successfully – has recently been recognised by a national award for a member of Alex Sobel’s team here in Leeds North West. … Continue reading Labour staffer in Alex Sobel’s office wins National award – for helping the people of Leeds North West.

Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 1 – Homes for Leeds

Energy efficient homes in the biggest Council house building programme since the 1980s and long-term help for rough sleepers - Leeds Labour tackles our housing needs. “With Labour, over the next few years we are going to build more than a thousand new council homes in Leeds. All our new homes will be energy efficient … Continue reading Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 1 – Homes for Leeds

Elliot Nathan chosen to stand for Otley and Yeadon in Council elections on 2 May 2019

Local members of Otley and Yeadon have chosen Elliot Nathan to stand as candidate in elections to Leeds City Council on May 2 2019. Elliot grew up in Leeds. He lives in the centre of Otley, in Manor Ward. His children attended Prince Henry's school. He had several jobs after leaving school before getting a … Continue reading Elliot Nathan chosen to stand for Otley and Yeadon in Council elections on 2 May 2019

Elliot Nathan chosen to stand for Otley and Yeadon in local elections in May 2018

Local Labour members in Otley and Yeadon have chosen Elliot Nathan as prospective candidate for the elections to Leeds Council in May 2018. Elliot lives in Otley. He went to Temple Moor High School in Leeds and worked in a range of jobs after leaving school before doing a degree as a mature student in … Continue reading Elliot Nathan chosen to stand for Otley and Yeadon in local elections in May 2018

James Ranson chosen to stand for Otley and Yeadon in local elections in May 2018

Local Labour party members have chosen James Ranson as a prospective candidate to stand for election in Otley and Yeadon in Leeds Council elections on 3 May 2018. James grew up in a working class family in Manchester. He came to Yorkshire in 1997 to do a course in Fire Safety & Management at Leeds … Continue reading James Ranson chosen to stand for Otley and Yeadon in local elections in May 2018