Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Cooperative Council: Lambeth’s cooperative future

Lambeth’s Labour Council has announced plans to become the country’s first cooperative council.  We want to hand more power to citizens, service users and communities over the services they use.  That will require a new and different partnership between the … Continue reading

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Coalition cuts target Lambeth’s poor

We are finally seeing more detail about the Spending Review cuts announced by the Tory-Lib Dem Government last week. Worryingly it’s much worse than feared. There is an all-out assault on poor people, on social housing, on schools and on … Continue reading

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The end of the Liberal Democrats?

Are we witnessing the end of the Liberal Democrats? There is a real chance their Faustian pact with the Conservatives could see the party splinter as the realities of power expose fissures in a party built on the easy opportunism … Continue reading

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Big win for Ruth in Tulse Hill by-election

The Tulse Hill by-election delivered Labour a crushing victory over the Liberal Democrats. Ruth Ling returns to the council in triumph after what must be one of the shortest absences on record. She will be a vocal champion for Tulse … Continue reading

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Thank you for voting Labour in Lambeth

It’s been a hectic few weeks since the election, so I just wanted to say what we’ve been up to as we put the new council administration in place. But first I’d like to say a very big thank you … Continue reading

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