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Remembering on 12th November 2017.

Front row (L to R) Cllr Elin Weston, Catherine West MP,

Celia Dignan, Chair, Hornsey and Wood Green CLP, Cllr Adam Jogee

Back row: Cllr Pat Berryman, Nina West, Colin Sutherland

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Hornsey Wreath Laying on Remembrance Sunday

Remembering on 12th November 2017. Front row (L to R) Cllr Elin Weston, Catherine West MP, Celia Dignan, Chair, Hornsey and Wood Green CLP, Cllr Adam Jogee Back row: Cllr Pat...

Here are the details for Hornsey & Wood Green (and beyond) canvassing over the next few days. Please contact borough organiser Joanna Christophides on 07775 573038 for more information about any of these sessions.

Saturday 11th November, 10am (note earlier start): Doorknocking in White Hart Lane. Please meet at the corner of Oak Avenue and Weir Hall Road.

Saturday 11th November, 11am: Doorknocking in Crouch End. Please meet at the constituency office, 28 Middle Lane N8 8PL.

Saturday 11th November, 12 noon: Doorknocking in Stroud Green. Please meet outside Hornsey Vale Community Centre, 60 Mayfield Rd, N8 9LP.

Saturday 11th November, 12 noon: Hornsey & Wood Green Women’s Forum doorknock in Noel Park. Please meet outside Wood Green tube.

Saturday 11th November, 2pm: Doorknocking in St Ann’s. Please meet at the junction of Culcross Close and Woodlands Park Road.

Monday 13th November, 6.30-8pm: Doorknocking in Muswell Hill. Please meet at the Victoria Stakes pub, 1 Muswell Hill, London N10 3TH.

Tuesday 14th November, 6pm: Doorknocking in Stroud Green. Please meet outside Nicholas Nickleby pub, 6-8 Ferme Park Road, N4 4ED.

Campaigning in Barnet

Thursday 9th November, 3.30pm: Borough Wide Day in Hale. Meet outside the Harvester, Hale Lane, HA8 9RZ

Saturday 11th November: Action Day in Hale ward with Bromley TUC. Meet just before 11am at Mill Hill Broadway Station. We will observe a minute’s silence at 11am for Armistice Day

Sunday 12th November, 11am: West Hendon Canvass. Meeting at junction of Dallas Road and Park Road.

Wednesday 15th November, 11am: West Hendon Canvass. Meeting at junction of Vivian Avenue and Station Road.

Canvassing in Hornsey & Wood Green (and beyond) 11-15 Nov

Here are the details for Hornsey & Wood Green (and beyond) canvassing over the next few days. Please contact borough organiser Joanna Christophides on 07775 573038 for more information about...

Highgate Labour is lucky to be hosting Tom Kibasi, director of the Institute of Public Policy Research. He’ll be speaking in depth and leading a discussion on the IPPR’s recent report Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy.

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Wednesday 15th November
8pm – 9.30pm
@ Boogaloo pub, 312 Archway Road, Highgate N6 5AT

The British economic model needs fundamental reform. It is no longer generating rising earnings for a majority of the population, and young people today are set to be poorer than their parents. Beneath its headlines figures, the economy is suffering from deep and longstanding weaknesses, which make it unfit to face the challenges of the 2020s. The economy we have today is creating neither prosperity nor justice.

This is not inevitable, but the consequence of decisions made in recent decades. The economy exists to serve society, not the other way round. So we can choose to change it, if we have the ambition and determination to do so. If we want to change the economy we have, we need to describe the economy we want.

In this report, the Commission proposes some broad directions and areas for reform. IPPR’s report in 2018 will make specific policy recommendations.

The evening will concentrate on considering the implications of this analysis, presented by a centre-left think tank for Labour Party policy and action.

All are welcome. The meeting will start promptly at 8pm

Kind regards,
The Highgate Labour Team

Talk with Tom Kibasi (director, IPPR) Weds Nov 15th, hosted by Highgate branch

Highgate Labour is lucky to be hosting Tom Kibasi, director of the Institute of Public Policy Research. He’ll be speaking in depth and leading a discussion on the IPPR’s recent...

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