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Under the Tory-led Government, we’ve seen more and more people struggling to make ends meet in low paid, insecure jobs. That’s why it’s Labour’s goal to make sure work pays fairly. Let’s make Britain better, together, for everyone.

Changing Britain Together - Tackling Low Pay

Under the Tory-led Government, we’ve seen more and more people struggling to make ends meet in low paid, insecure jobs. That’s why it’s Labour’s goal to make sure work pays... Read more

A Labour government will give 16 year olds the vote from May 2016

Labour's candidate for Aberconwy, Mary Wimbury explains why local people don't feel the economy works for them and how Labour will make Britain a better, fairer place to live and work.

Political Slot: Your opportunity to build a fairer Britain

Labour's candidate for Aberconwy, Mary Wimbury explains why local people don't feel the economy works for them and how Labour will make Britain a better, fairer place to live and... Read more

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Dave Whelan’s, Chairman of Wigan Athletic, recent comments regarding the usage of the word “chink” is totally unacceptable

Dave Whelan, Chairman of Wigan Athletic, recent comments

新闻发布 Dave Whelan’s, Chairman of Wigan Athletic, recent comments regarding the usage of the word “chink” is totally unacceptable Read more

Ed Miliband is fighting for a fairer, more just Britain

Ed Miliband: I'm fighting for a fairer, more just Britain

Ed Miliband is fighting for a fairer, more just Britain Read more

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Our Annual Gala Chinese New Year Banquet 2015 to celebrate the Year of the Goat is on Wednesday, 25th February 2015. The event will be held at the Phoenix Palace Restaurant, 3-5 Glentworth Street, London NW1 5PG. The evening will begin with a champagne reception with canapés at 6.30 pm, followed by dinner at 7.15 pm.

Annual Gala Chinese New Year Banquet 2015

      Our Annual Gala Chinese New Year Banquet 2015 to celebrate the Year of the Goat is on Wednesday, 25th February 2015. The event will be held at the... Read more

Labour's candidate for Croydon Central, Sarah Jones explains why politics matters to her, and why she wants an NHS that's fit for her children's children.

An NHS for my children's children

Labour's candidate for Croydon Central, Sarah Jones explains why politics matters to her, and why she wants an NHS that's fit for her children's children. Read more

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PRESS RELEASE

For immediate release

Chinese for Labour remains deeply concerned regarding the current situation in Hong Kong.

We cherish the longstanding links between the UK and Hong Kong and are committed to the "one country, two systems" formula.

Statement on Hong Kong Demonstrations

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release Chinese for Labour remains deeply concerned regarding the current situation in Hong Kong. We cherish the longstanding links between the UK and Hong Kong and are... Read more

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Chinese for Labour’s Chair, Sonny Leong CBE spoke during the Labour Party Conference debate on Britain’s Global Role said Clarkson's use of the world "slope" to describe an Asian man breached the broadcasting code but did not fall foul of equality laws as creative decisions are given an exemption.

Racial slurs and stereotypes will damage Britain’s global role

    Chinese for Labour’s Chair, Sonny Leong CBE spoke during the Labour Party Conference debate on Britain’s Global Role said Clarkson's use of the world "slope" to describe an... Read more

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We have slowly climbed out from the longest and deepest recession since the publication of comparable data in 1955. The dominant news headlines have also returned to the pre-recession favourites – the strong rising house price trends, especially in London and the South East. Figures from the second quarter of 2014 show that the average UK house price is around £186,000, but over £400,000 in London; which represents an 11.5% annual increase for the country and a big leap of over 25% in London. Considering the average starting salary for graduates is around £20,000 and slightly more in London, it is not a surprise that there is major ‘housing affordability’ crisis in this country. The difference between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ is all about having access to property ownership; as well as having inheritance from family members who accumulated major housing wealth through price inflation.

Strategic Planning and Housing Crisis: the Sino-British Tales

We have slowly climbed out from the longest and deepest recession since the publication of comparable data in 1955. The dominant news headlines have also returned to the pre-recession favourites... Read more

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