Shortly after the referendum vote three weeks ago, Whalley Range Labour councillor Angeliki Stogia wrote a short article describing her reaction to the result which you can read in full here: Continue reading
The EU Referendum is being held this Thursday 23rd June. A vote to Remain a member of the EU (the first option on the ballot paper) is a vote for keeping Manchester a strong European city. Four things to remember:
- You don’t need your polling card to vote – just go to your polling station and give them your name and address
- Polls are open from 7am to 10pm – if you’re going to be busy late on, why not vote first thing?
- If you’ve got a postal vote, but haven’t sent it back yet, you can take it to any polling station before 10pm
- If you don’t know where your polling station is or you need a lift to vote, call the Whalley Range Labour team on 0161 860 5523
Angeliki Stogia, Mary Watson and Aftab Razaq (our three Whalley Range Labour councillors seen here in Manley Park) urge all local residents to vote to ‘Remain a member of the European Union‘ (the first option on the ballot paper) in the Referendum vote on Thursday 23rd June. “The EU is not perfect, we all know that” say the councillors, “But the benefits of membership far outweigh the costs, especially for our own city of Manchester. European funding has helped us to build Europe’s biggest tram network, has provided millions in investment for local universities and businesses to fund research and innovation, delivered new skills and training to thousands of Manchester residents to help them get into work, and helped protect or create many more jobs. We are all voting to ‘Remain’, and we hope that you are too”.
The EU Referendum will be held on Thursday 23rd June. Whalley Range Labour Party are strongly supporting the Labour IN campaign, and urge all supporters to vote Remain. Postal votes have already been delivered, and postal voters can complete and return their ballot papers straight away.
If you’re eligible but not yet registered to vote, you must do so as soon as possible – the deadline is next Tuesday 7th June. This will be one of the most important decisions taken in your lifetime – don’t miss the chance to have your say. See the official link for more information on registration, and there’s also answers to common questions on our own site here.
The referendum on whether the UK should remain in or leave the European Union may be held as soon as July 2016. Whalley Range have joined with Chorlton and Chorlton Park Labour Party branches to organise a debate about the issues, to be held on Thursday 21 January, 7pm, at the Hough End Centre. Our two main speakers on the evening will be Theresa Griffin (MEP for North West England) and Graham Stringer (MP for Blackley and Broughton). Continue reading