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Haringey is our home, and we’re proud of it. Our vision for Haringey seeks to build upon the strengths that have made it home to people from every ethnic and social background; people from every walk of life. Its vibrancy and diversity is matched only by its resilience and confidence.

Its sense of pride, matched by its sense of community. Haringey deserves a council with an ambitious vision that addresses the needs and aspirations of the many.

That’s what Labour is committed to delivering.

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Haringey Labour Manifesto 2018

Haringey is our home, and we’re proud of it. Our vision for Haringey seeks to build upon the strengths that have made it home to people from every ethnic and...

Hundreds of Labour Party Members have now selected the candidates they would like to like to stand in the 9 Tottenham wards across the constituency. They are:

Matt

White

Bruce Grove

   

Felicia

Opoku

Bruce Grove

   

Joe

Ejiofor

Bruce Grove

   

Gina

Adamou

Harringay

   

Sarah

Cave

Harringay

   

Zena

Brabazon

Harringay

   

Kaushika

Amin

Northumberland Park

   

Sheila

Peacock

Northumberland Park

   

John

Bevan

Northumberland Park

   

Barbara

Blake Seven Sisters    

Dhiren

Basu

Seven Sisters

   

Erdal

Dogan

Seven Sisters

   

Julie

Davies

St Ann's

   

Mike

Hakarta

St Ann's

   

Noah

Tucker

St Ann's

   

Preston

Tabois

Tottenham Green

   

Makbule

Gunes

Tottenham Green

   

Isidoros

Diakides

Tottenham Green

   

Ruth

Gordon

Tottenham Hale

   

Reg

Rice

Tottenham Hale

   

Vincent 

Carroll-Battaglino

Tottenham Hale

   

Sarah

Williams

West Green

   

Mahir

Demir

West Green

   

Ish

Osamor

West Green

   

Anne

Stennett

White Hart Lane

   

Charles

Adje

White Hart Lane

   

Gideon

Bull

White Hart Lane

   

 

Candidates for Tottenham Local Council Wards Announced

Hundreds of Labour Party Members have now selected the candidates they would like to like to stand in the 9 Tottenham wards across the constituency. They are:

Over the past month, over a thousand members across the party have put forward ideas for a Borough Conference of Haringey Labour members taking place tomorrow (Sunday 4 Feb).
 
Over 300 Labour members will attend the Haringey Labour Manifesto Conference, an all-day event that marks an innovative approach in engaging with our much increased membership and listening to members' views as part of the preparations for Labour's manifesto for the local council elections in May. 
 
Members will discuss and debate ideas forwarded by Haringey Labour’s 19 local ward branches,  forums representing young members, women and BAME members, affiliated trade unions and affiliates and socialist societies such as the Co-Op and the Socialist Education Association.
 
Chair of the Haringey Labour Campaign Forum (LCF), the body that is co-ordinating members' input to the manifesto, Russell Dove says, "We have a very large membership, over 7,000 members throughout the borough. We want to use their expertise and experience of living in Haringey to feed into a manifesto that reflects local needs and aspirations. It's part of the bottom up rather than top down politics Labour is trying to create both locally and nationally. 
 
Members will vote on policy proposals they believe should go forward to the next stage of the process for consideration."
 
The Manifesto Working Group consisting of four Labour councillors will then draw up Labour's local election manifesto in detail having reviewed these and other submissions. Further discussions will follow at an away-day involving all Labour councillors and the recently selected candidates.

The manifesto will be finally approved by the Labour Group in March.

Excitement Grows For Haringey Labour Manifesto Conference

Over the past month, over a thousand members across the party have put forward ideas for a Borough Conference of Haringey Labour members taking place tomorrow (Sunday 4 Feb). Over 300...

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