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On 8 June here in Portsmouth, we had a fantastic victory with  Stephen Morgan winning in Portsmouth South – a truly historic achievement as this was the first time a Labour MP had been elected for 100 years!

In Portsmouth North,  Rumal Khan  stood for Portsmouth North, and increased the Labour vote by 9.9% – above the national average.

It’s very likely that we’ll be called on for yet another general election within the next year, and if not we have the local council elections coming up in May 2018. Our ambition is build on our success and win enough Labour council seats to really make a difference in our city of Portsmouth.

What can you do?

JOIN US!  Click here to join the Labour Party for £4 a month!

Donate to help us rebuild our election campaign fund. The General Election campaign for both Portsmouth constituencies cost around £13,000, and we urgently need to raise more funds for the future.

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Write letters on local issues of concern to the News.

Get active. Local Labour Party members receive regular information about meetings, events, campaigns and social activities.

Get in touch

 

Contact Portsmouth Labour Party Officers

Chair: Sion Reynolds sionreynoldslabour@gmail.com

Secretary: Julie Gelson  juliegelson49@gmail.com


Portsmouth City Council – Labour Councillors

Cllr Stephen Morgan (Charles Dickens) – Labour Group Leader

Surgery –  3rd Saturday of the month (except August), 10am-12noon, John Pounds Centre.

Cllr Yahiya Chowdhury (Charles Dickens) – Deputy Labour Group Leader

Surgery – 1st Saturday of the month, 10am – 12noon, Landport Community Centre


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The Labour Party can seem off-putting and complicated so here’s a simple guide to how it works:

Click here to download Portsmouth Labour Party Members Guide 2017

To find out more about the Labour Party:

Click here for the national Labour Party website.
 Click here to view the Labour Party Rule Book
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