Welcome

to the website of the Labour Party in the High Peak.
High Peak Labour Party works in the High Peak Area / Parliamentary Constituency.

We organise campaigns, social events, elections and debates on policies . Within this area there are a number of local branches do a lot of Labour Party activity - campaigns, socials and fund-raising. Labour members also take part in choosing local council candidates, attend Labour Party Conferences and contribute to making local and national Labour Party policy. For details of our branches click here

Our members are ordinary people who live in the High Peak and have an interest in politics and supporting their local community.
We stand candidates for election to both High Peak Borough Council and Derbyshire County Council, and have councillors on both council's for details of who they are click here

For further information try the links above, and below or click here to get in touch.
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Ruth George

Member of Parliament for the High Peak

click here for more info

To get in touch email ruth@labourhighpeak.info

www.ruthforhighpeak.co.uk

Latest Local News

Latest News from the Labour Party

Today
Peter Dowd MP, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting on the Lords Delegated Power and Regulatory Reform Committee report on the Taxation (Cross Border Trade) Bill said:“The House of Lords report gives a [...]
Thu, Jan 18, 2018
Source: National News from the Labour Party
Owen Smith MP, Labour's Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary, commenting on the announcement that new talks aimed at restoring devolution in Northern Ireland will begin next week, said: “Despite the new [...]
Thu, Jan 18, 2018
Source: National News from the Labour Party
Peter Dowd MP, Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting on the NAO's report out today on the costs and benefits of the Public Finance Initiative (PFI), said:“The National Audit Office confirms that, [...]
Thu, Jan 18, 2018
Source: National News from the Labour Party

Local Labour Blogs

Earlier
Following on from the wanton vandalism of the Gamesley sidings area by the destruction of the trees that had grown since the railways had finished with the land last year, [...]
Thu, Jan 04, 2018
Source: Anthony Mckeown
​Planning permission has been granted for a new public library in Glossop, bringing in over £2.3million of investment into the town. The plans include the relocation of the library [...]
Tue, Oct 04, 2016
Source: Damien Greenhalgh