A selection of recent articles by and press coverage of local Labour Party members.

2022

Epsom and Ewell Labour fight to reduce Council tax rises of almost £100 (Surrey Live, Feb 2022)

Labour Council Leader’s Response to the 2022-23 Council Budget by Kate Chinn (Feb 2022)

How Labour would tackle the energy crisis by Sue Hoyle (Feb 2022)

Guess how many Government cuts have been made by Ian Strutt (Feb 2022)

The UK grew much more strongly under Blair and Brown by Mark Todd (Feb 2022)

Mark Todd joins other local politicians in solidarity with Chalk Pit residents (Surrey Live, Feb 2022)

2021

No Wonder the Tories are Worried by Ian Strutt (Dec 2021)

March and Vigil Against Violence towards Women (Nov 2021)

Remembering our Disabilities Officer, Marita Gerrard by Ros Godson (Oct 2021)

Angela Rayner visits Epsom (Sep 2021)

Epsom and Ewell Labour Increase Their Vote by 42% in County Council Elections (April 2021)

Epsom and Ewell Labour Campaigning in Epsom West (April 2021)

Mark Todd is first local politician to raise alarm over ‘potentially dangerous dust’ at Epsom’s Chalk Pit (Surrey Live, March 2021)

Residents Association leader, Eber Kington, admits he’s led Epsom & Ewell Borough Council into £5.8 million financial black hole  (Feb 2021)

2020

Surrey’s ‘heartless’ Tory MPs vote against extension of free school meals (Oct 2020)

2019

Don’t blame me for ferry debacle says Grayling by Ian Strutt (Feb 2019)

Residents’ Association Push On with Plans to Bulldoze Epsom’s Largest Community Centre by Ian Strutt (April 2019)

Wells Questions RA Candidates Must Answer by Ian Strutt (April 2019)

Now even Failing Grayling turns on May by Ian Strutt (April 2019)

2018

Borrowing £300 million not the way to plug The Residents’ Association looming council deficit says Kate Chinn (Feb 2018)

Councillor Kate Chinn’s Speech in support of erecting the Emily Davison Statue

2017

Ed Mayne puts a big dent in Grayling’s Majority by Ian Strutt (June 2017)

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