Over 100 campaigners met at The Chase in St.Ann’s to start Labour’s campaign in Nottingham East.
Jess Phillips, Birmingham MP, launching her book in Nottingham, at the Contemporary, and hosted by Five Leaves.
Lilian Greenwood MP “played the role of Parkinson”.
Jess kept an audience of 200 people engrossed for 90 minutes, conveying calm, experience of life, and soul.
Good values; and encouraging people to join the Labour Party.
Her book is called “Truth to Power”.
Book signing, and a t-shirt printed with *that brooch*.
Photos available on Facebook.
Pleasant meeting Old Meadows residents, who are staying with Labour, and with Remain.
Being with Lilian, the sessions are much more about people greeting her, and national discussion points, which included seeking assurance that should the default become that cars are not parked on pavements, Councils would be able to waive it for streets where that’s not practical; and disappointments with the cuts to arts in our schools’ curriculum.
Some extra checks were put into traffic arrangements for the Robin Hood Marathon to ensure Meadows residents were not contained by the race, or queues caused by the marathon.
Attended the rally; then expressed frustration about the problems UCU Nottingham College staff have faced and are now facing, expressing support from Nottingham Labour’s councillors and mentioning former FE teacher Cllr Sally Longford in particular.
Reviewing developments off Crocus Street, Queens Road and Arkwright Street.
Viewing new housing along Arkwright Walk.
Meeting voters in the south-east of The Meadows.