Councillor Simon Jeal, leader of the Labour Group on Bromley Council, has today written to express congratulations from everyone at Bromley Labour to everyone at the club for their success this season. The men’s team’s historic victory over Wrexham in the FA Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium is the most recent highlight of the club’s […]
Labour gained four seats in the London Borough of Bromley council elections. It now holds 12 seats on Bromley Council, the highest number in the borough since 1978. Alisa Igoe and Tony McPartlan achieved a significant win in Plaistow ward having sought to speak to as many residents as possible and having campaigned on a […]
Bromley Labour has received a large amount of correspondence regarding our approach to tackling climate change and the council achieving net zero. We felt it would be helpful to outline our proposals in some detail. Summary We are happy to confirm that the Bromley Labour group, and all Labour candidates standing in the local elections […]
Mistruths are being told to residents by the other political parties, so for the benefit of residents who will be voting in May, Labour wish to clarify our position on this issue.
Alisa Igoe and Tony McPartlan have been selected as Labour’s candidates in the marginal ward of Plaistow for the local elections on 5 May 2022.
Local press reveals “A whopping £427 million has been invested and loaned out by Bromley council.” This Conservative council has got its priorities wrong. Bromley Labour says it’s time to put Bromley people first.
Beckenham and Bromley & Chislehurst CLPs are recruiting a part-time Local Trainee Organiser, for the four months leading up to the local Council Elections in May 2022. The post holder will be responsible, alongside the Executive Committees, for all aspects of Labour Party organisation within the two CLPs and for growing and organising campaign activity, […]
A call has been made for US Open Champion Emma Raducanu to be given the Freedom of the London Borough of Bromley, where she lives.
Labour is calling on the Council Leader to say how many Afghan families the Council is prepared to accommodate and what other support the council is organising for them.
It has been brought to Labour’s attention that Cllr Peter Fortune appears to be (or at least, has been) in breach of the Council’s code of conduct