Saturday (30th July) is Notts Pride, a fantastic and vibrant celebration of the LGBTQ+ community of Nottingham. The Pride march has been held in Nottingham… Read More »Nottingham Labour is proud to stand alongside Nottinghamshire Pride
This morning we were notified by government that they are minded to appoint
commissioners to oversee some parts of the City Council. The appointment of
commissioners would be unjustified, and an attack on our local democracy.
Today marks Clean Air Day. This day seeks to highlight the dangers and impact of air pollution as well as seeking to improve air quality. In Nottingham City we are particularly focussing on idling vehicles, an issue which is easily preventable and which every driver in the city can tackle.
In September 2017 we launched the Nottingham Schools Trust, a groundbreaking new model for local schools to work together, share resources and drive improvements by… Read More »Nottingham’s Pioneering Schools Model Goes From Strength to Strength
This year 67% of Nottingham City Care Leavers are either in employment, education or training, a significant increase on last year that places Nottingham as… Read More »More Nottingham care leavers are entering employment, education or training
A new report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows that poorer families are set to see big cash losses due to a combination of… Read More »10.5 million families to be on average £450 worse off per year
The Conservatives have taken £200 million from Nottingham since 2010. Instead of that money being spent here in Nottingham to create jobs, upgrade our infrastructure… Read More »Conservatives Gave £1 billion To the DUP Instead of Nottingham.