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Statement from Vauxhall Labour Party

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The following statement was passed at our All Member's Meeting on February 23rd 2017.

Vauxhall Labour Party is the voice of Labour Party members in Vauxhall constituency. The party comprises 2,500 local residents that share common values and who promote Labour values and Labour policy in our local communities.

Vauxhall Labour would like to formally disassociate ourselves from the position that our local Member of Parliament has taken in relation to the UK leaving the European Union.

We would like to make it clear that Vauxhall Labour Party:

  • Fully supports the Labour Party policy to unilaterally grant residency rights for the 3 million EU citizens already in the UK.
  • Fully supports the rights of unaccompanied child refugees to be granted access to the UK (the so-called Dubs amendment).

On these issues we do not believe that our Member of Parliament is effectively representing the views of either our members or our wider communities.

http://www.vauxhall-labour.org.uk/get_involved

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commented 2017-03-17 17:28:34 +0000
I support the of Ms Hoey at the earliest opportunity.
commented 2017-02-24 19:02:56 +0000
I’d agree with Global Gypsy if Vauxhall wasn’t stuffed full of the party within a party Progress. It’s been a long long time since we had a Labour party both nationally and locally representing the people of Lambeth, it’s beyond embarrassing having to defend Brexit Kate and an out of control fib peck and Co.
commented 2017-02-24 14:15:49 +0000
This would be the better response to Kate Hoey since it’s pretty clear she does not represent the views and wishes of her constituents.

Deselecting an MP in your Constituency Labour Party
1) Join the Labour Party. …
2) Gather support for deselection in your local area. …
3) Understand properly what deselection means. …
4) Organise passing motions of no confidence in your MP, in Labour Party and in union branches. …
5) Gain a majority in the trigger ballot.

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