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Our group's Constituency Contact and Secretary is Joyce Still; she is available for enquiries at joyce.still7@gmail.com. 

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For general group, website or event questions, or a local issue you would like to highlight, please contact us at nehantslabourparty@labourclp442.emailnb.com, or at our Facebook group North East Hampshire Labour Party

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commented 2017-05-02 01:41:49 +0100
There are 4,140 women in the ne hants constituency affected by the 1995 and 2017 pension changes. They were born in the 50’S and had little or no notice. WASPI (Women against State Pension Inequality) are campaigning to put this right. Jeremy Corbyn has pledged support.Maybe you could contact these Women in time for the general election to let them know how the Conservative government are not considering any help for these women who have worked all their lives expecting to retire at 60. See waspi.co. UK for further information.
commented 2017-04-18 12:03:58 +0100
There are local government elections in the NE Hampshire constituency on 4th May, and the raft of candidates for my division includes a Labour Party representative, yet I have little or no idea of the Labour Party’s policies on local issues, specifically as regards Housing, Housing development, infrastructure and Council tax. I have received no literature from the Labour Party

about these or any other issues, and I have had considerable difficulty in finding any way of contacting the Party locally, since I am unable to find any published or publicised phone numbers or Local Party office addresses : one might almost think that the Labour Party had abandoned all attempts to make an impact in the constituency ! I would like to be able to vote for the party in the local elections, but I am not prepared to do so in total ignorance. Are you able to help in enlightening me ?
commented 2016-04-10 15:47:47 +0100
I have seen your article in support of the WInchfield new town. Given the recent news about the redevelopment of Pyestock for housing, do you still support the Winchfield new town, and what’s your position on the Pyestock development?


I have written an article for the wehearthart.co.uk website, and want ot make sure I am accurately presentingthe views of each of the local parties.


http://wehearthart.co.uk/2016/04/local-elections-2016-where-do-hart-candidates-stand-on-new-town-and-pyestock-redevelopment/


David Turver.

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