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Recent News

Successful stall and door knock in Alexandra Park Ward

January 21st 2019

__Catherine comes to the Alex Ward canvass__ Catherine West MP and others from across the constituency party joined members from Alexandra Ward in a highly successful stall and doorknock on Saturday 19th January.

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The Stansted 15: Statement from Hornsey & Wood Green Labour Party 11 December, 2018

December 11th 2018

__Hornsey & Wood Green Labour Party (H&WGLP) today expressed their condemnation of the verdict reached in the case of the ‘Stansted 15’.__ Following their peaceful action to prevent a government deportation flight from leaving the ground, the 15 were yesterday found guilty of breaching terror laws. One of the protesters, Edward Thacker lives locally in Stroud Green and is a member of the Labour Party. Chair Celia Dignan said, ”We stand with the Stansted 15 who were exercising their right to take peaceful direct action which is a cornerstone of our movement. We support their effort to resist the hostile environment for migrants promoted by this government which affects many Haringey residents and we are proud one of their number is also a fellow local Labour Party member. “The Crown Prosecution Service’s decision to replace a charge of aggravated trespass with a far more serious terror-related offence is an attempt to criminalise peaceful protest. The Stansted 15 acted to safeguard the rights and lives of people on the plane who would have faced great danger if the flight went ahead.” The Supreme Court has since ruled that the Home Office was acting illegally in trying to remove from the UK people waiting for their appeals to remain to be heard. Of those on the plane, 11 remain in the UK, four were victims of trafficking and at least one has now been granted leave to remain. __A protest took place on Tuesday, 11th December, at 5.30, outside the Home Office, calling for the convictions to be quashed.__

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