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commented 2018-07-17 21:38:50 +0100
I am a member of the Colchester Labour Party and I wish to make a formal complaint regarding the MP for Streatham, the less than honerable Chuka Umunna MP.

I am frankly appalled at the duplicitous and disturbing amount of nonsense propagated by the, “supposed” Labour party member. He repeatedly briefs against the party and the labour movement as a whole, regurgitating vile baseless, rightwing propoganda, in a blatent attempt to undermine the current leadership, and with that the majority of the membership as a whole. He is a stooge, a traitor, an infiltrator of the right, determined to cause as much damage to the Leadership of this party, at a time when the stakes could not be higher. Shame.

This cannot continue.

This member, deserves to be stripped of his membership.

He is an embarrassment to the very people he is supposed to represent. I would like a justification as to why he is not being repremanded by his local party as he takes a wrecking ball to the good name of the Labour party.

Yours fraternity
commented 2018-06-14 09:37:52 +0100
Concern that Kate Hoey, our MP, failed to respond to our lobby request submitted in April. Not only is this disrespectful to democratic tradition but it is symptomatic of her having lost contact with most of her constituents, the vast majority of whom are appalled by her stance on Europe!
commented 2018-05-03 21:48:08 +0100
Very disappointed to get a door knock from labour at 9.45pm on polling day to check if I’ve voted. Firstly – that’s an anti-social hour, secondly, a party assuming a morally pro-voting position is deeply unappealing, bordering on desperate. Voting is a choice. Voting is my choice. Techniques like this are going against you labour – sort it out.

commented 2018-05-03 10:58:13 +0100
For the attention of Paul Mortimer, Agent, Bishop’s Ward


Dear Paul

It has been brought to my attention that your candidate, Jennifer Anne Mosley, made an allegation last night on social media (Twitter) that our activists have been ripping up Labour leaflets and putting them in the bin. Alongside this allegation were a series of four photos, including one of our candidates, Audrey Eager talking to a man by a wall, then three photos of leaflets in a bin. Your candidate Kevin Craig then repeated this claim this morning, adding that he has made a complaint to electoral services.

Mr Craig’s tweet further included a quote suggesting that the Lib Dem activist complained of was Frank Clarke.

We have made preliminary investigations and at this stage reject any accusation or inference of wrongdoing. Your candidate made no attempt to verify these allegations with us before making them. There is no evidence that the leaflets in the bin were put there by our activists. Further, we do not believe this allegation was made in good faith.

The person identified by your candidate, Frank Clark, is known to your candidate. Your candidate is on tape at the Hustings in Bishops Wednesday 26 April verbally attacking this man, from the stage, in front of 70 people, as a UKIP supporter, after he asked her a question about constituency work to which she took umbrage. As such, she is fully aware that Frank is not a Liberal Democrat activist. As is your other candidate, Kevin Craig.

Mr Craig was the agent for Kate Hoey in the 2017 General Election. He is aware that electoral services has no power to regulate elections. His complaint, and the report of his complaint is therefore clearly made in bad faith, and designed to further damage our candidates by insinuating that an offense has occurred when it hasn’t.

As such the tweet from Mrs Mosley is considered defamatory. The defamatory allegation was repeated and aggravated by Mr Craig this morning.

As you are aware, making false and defamatory allegations is an offense under s6 of the Representation of People’s Act.

As such I now request you instruct your candidates to remove the tweets in question and publish a full retraction of that tweet and the allegations therein, the full text to be agreed by myself before publishing. If this is not done immediately, we will take appropriate action.

Please acknowledge receipt and confirm you will follow our reasonable request as a matter of urgency. If you do not respond by noon today this matter will be escalated.


Ben Austin

Agent, Bishops Ward for the Liberal Democrats and Solicitor

commented 2018-04-26 14:50:35 +0100
Really disappointed with new pledges.

Not sure how it is “Better, Fairer”

Only 1 has a benefit to me

My vote will have to be with another party.
commented 2018-03-12 22:46:33 +0000
To whom it may concern,

I’m a journalist working for the South West Londoner and was wondering whether I could speak to someone in relation to the Lambeth and Streatham Police force Basic Command Unit merger.

I have been in touch with the Lib Dem Party for Lambeth who have been very vocal in their criticism of this plan. Moreover, I spoke to Helen Thompson and she has been a part of the petition they’re putting together but also, she spoke of the lack of support fro the local Labour party.

Therefore, I was wondering whether this was accurate, what the local Labour party’s view on this and what councillor Peck’s view is?

Kind Regards,

Bill McLoughlin
commented 2018-03-08 12:22:32 +0000
As a Lambeth resident I wanted to ask what your involvement has been in the proposal for the Mammia Mia party application has been?

Lambeth Council is undoubtedly the most abhorrent council in the country and as residents of Stamford Street we had to have a tribunal against the proposed development works on our street.

But I have most recently discovered that Lambeth Labour Councillors on the Planning Committee gave the green light on this development? Is this true?

That despite the chronic housing shorting Labour believe what is really needed in our street in a mamma mia party? I am sorry if I have misunderstood which surely I must have?

Please do let me know.
commented 2018-02-21 00:53:31 +0000
So MP Kate Hoey now wants an end to the Good Friday Agreement. I feel disgusted that I once went out knocking on doors and campaigning for her re-election. What is wrong with Vauxhall Labour Party that they continue to support this person, so totally unrepresentative of Labour or London.
commented 2018-02-20 15:28:15 +0000
I would like to see chuka umunna about a very delicate issue.
commented 2017-06-22 19:55:54 +0100

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commented 2017-06-01 16:54:17 +0100
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commented 2017-05-24 10:51:54 +0100
Hi there,

I’m sure I’m not the first and certainly won’t be the last to express my disdain at having Kate Hoey as a representative for Vauxhall/Lambeth. Not only did the majority of the area vote remain but many of the locals are either european, or from other international backgrounds and races and together makeup the wonderful community that we live in where all feel welcome. We tend to share common values and appreciate the likes of Jeremy Corbyn’s politics. Needless to say many of us are apprehensive in the run up to this election as while we would all vote labour, none of us want to keep Hoey. I’ve heard many say that their vote will go to the lib Dems for this reason alone. Surely this is indicative of how detrimental Hoey’s role as the representative of our constituency is to the labour party.

Please let me/us know what steps or procedures we can take to vote someone else in as the representative for Vauxhall labour, ideally someone with similar values to the people of Lambeth, who is open minded, bright, positive, ambitious, and well, has a soul.

I don’t want to vote lib dem and end up with an embarrassing tory brexit outcome just because a vote for labour would’ve meant a vote for Hoey.

I’ve seen the posters around the area asking for her to step down, and want to know what more we can do to make sure Lambeth votes labour without having an MP with opposing values to represent us.

Thanks and kind regards,

L Thomas

(And yes, if it is possible I will volunteer, having just finished my degree I have some time off so may as well put it to good use.. but not while Hoey is around).
commented 2017-04-20 11:01:55 +0100
Hi, just to say I realise few of us saw a snap election coming but I for one will not be able to vote for Kate Hoey after watching her high-fiving as Article 50 was passed in Parliament. As a voter in a very ardent Remain constituency I am now disenfranchised – oh well, go Green I suppose. How does Lambeth Labour tackle the ‘brexit elephant in the room’?
commented 2017-04-19 17:18:42 +0100
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commented 2017-04-18 18:31:25 +0100
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commented 2017-04-18 18:30:03 +0100
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commented 2017-03-16 12:32:49 +0000
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commented 2017-02-15 10:55:48 +0000
Why not have Saudi Arabia and Gulf States welcome refugees?
commented 2017-02-02 22:38:07 +0000
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commented 2017-02-02 17:22:23 +0000
I am leaving the Labour Party because of Kate Hoey’s disgraceful position on Brexit. She is a closet racist (she appeared on platforms with the openly racist Nigel farage) and it is unbelievable that she represent a constituency such as ours. 50% of the country effectively have no representation and I feel ashamed that i voted twice for Jeremy Corbyn whose self righteousness means that he voted against the views of the majority of the people who voted for the Labour Party. It’s a sad day and I see no future for the Labour Party or for that matter it’s supporters. If Kate hoey is deselected I might consider returning.
commented 2017-01-30 10:00:07 +0000
Dear Madam/Sir,

As a non-UK EU citizen resident in the UK and a Labour member, I am extremely disappointed and alarmed at the official Labour position on “Brexit” and the triggering of article 50. The recent Labour leadership’s communication explaining the party strategy is far from reassuring.

First of all, the strategy of supporting the triggering of art. 50 and then pushing for a better deal than the one the Tories want is misguided (and deluded). The only leverage the Labour party has at this stage is on delaying the triggering of art. 50. That is the only credible threat the party can use to get a stronger voice in the debate about the UK’s future relations with the EU. After art. 50 is triggered, the Labour party will be at the margins of the debate with very little chance of influencing it.

Secondly, the communication on Labour’s “Brexit” strategy makes no mention of non-UK EU citizens and freedom of movement. On this issue the party leadership seems to be following the Tory/UKIP lead on immigration instead of proposing an alternative approach. If the Labour leadership intends to gain more votes by being seen to be tough on immigration, this is not only unprincipled but also deluded. It is bad political strategy to try to beat your adversary at their own game: it will not give any electoral advantage to Labour and will have the sole result of reinforcing the Tory/UKIP narrative that the UK’s main problem are immigrants.

I would like to know what the position of Lambeth Labour is on “Brexit” and on the right for EU immigrants to keep living and working in the UK. In the meanwhile, I have interrupted my contributions to the Labour Party.

Best regards,

Licia Cianetti
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commented 2017-01-02 22:59:27 +0000
I wish to inform you that i have cancelled my direct debit and no longer wish to be a member. You will still have my continued support at local and national elections
commented 2016-12-21 17:03:21 +0000
Dear Sir or Madam,

I have recently moved to Streatham in Lambeth and I would like to move from Orpington CLP to Lambeth Labour or Streatham CLP. I would like to be added to the email list and attend local meetings.

Name: Hakeem Duckworth-Porter

Membership number: L1225551
commented 2016-11-18 21:56:51 +0000
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commented 2016-07-09 21:54:24 +0100
Hi, I joined the Labour Party on line, and paid, and haven,t heard anything, nor received

anything in the post. Can you please check on this please!

Thnaks, Jusine
commented 2016-06-29 20:17:11 +0100
Could You please advise me on future ,upcoming meetings in the Area

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