NUJ Strike 

The Bromsgrove Labour Group offers its supports for the strike today for local journalism and local journalists. The staff working for the Bullivant Media should get paid properly and not be forced out of work via compulsory redundancies.

“Bromsgrove needs good quality local journalism so that our community is kept informed with accurate and up-to-date information about the local news, weather, health services, crime, and local events. Good journalism is an essential service for the public, we all rely on it.”

“The Bromsgrove Labour Group is urging the Bullivant Directors to engage in further talks with the union to resolve the dispute and ensure the company maintains jobs and high journalistic standards – that is what Bromsgrove deserves.”


MP David Working for J. P. Morgan

Statement from Labour Group leader at Bromsgrove Council, Cllr Peter McDonald: “Just what is going on when our MP becomes a part-time Member of Parliament for Bromsgrove and ignores the concerns and issues residents of Bromsgrove have. Being an MP is supposed to be a...

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Fly-tipping in Alvechurch Highway has raised its ugly head. Not only is fly tipping the illegal dumping of waste on land without the permission of the land owner. It’s becoming more and more common in rural areas, with plenty of fields and woods to leave unwanted...

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Open Letter to Cllr Hardman – Day Centres

Open Letter to Cllr Hardman – Day Centres

Dear Cllr Adrian Hardman As you are no doubt aware the Council have not given a date when Day Centres will re-open and if they will open. Parents/ Carers are finding it hard to cope because of the pandemic receiving little or no respite and many are at breaking point....

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ARTRIX petition reaches over 4000 signatures

The petition started by Bromsgrove Labour Party member and Chair Rory Shannon topped over 4000 names in just over a month.

Bromsgrove Advertiser has ran a story about the petition, to read it click here.

Holding Government to account and fighting Austerity in Conservative strongholds – A Manifesto for effective opposition

Cllr Harrison Rone-Clarke gives a fascinating insight into being both a Councillor and activist in a safe Conservative seat as well as offering a manifesto for affecting change under such conditions. Harrison has written for ‘Periscope Nottingham”, which is an independent media organisation covering issues of the 21st century whether that be capitalism’s tendency to crisis and the rise of fascism or public health crises and environmental catastrophe.

You can read Harrison’s full feature by clicking here.

Keir Starmer was elected leader of the Labour Party in April 2020, you can read about Keir by clicking here.



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