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Midnight Memory Walk

Jason joined 1,300 walkers for the biggest ever Midnight Memory Walk for Kirkwood Hospice over the weekend. Jason cut the ribbon to start the walk which will raise £95,000 for Kirkwood Hospice. 10 more words



Jason asked a question in Prime Minister’s Questions to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, who was standing in for David Cameron who is away on Government Business. 108 more words



Jason joined over 450 people at the Clinical Commissioning Group’s Public Consultation Meeting at the John Smith’s Stadium. Hundreds more were left outside. The event was organised by the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) who are proposing the downgrading of our A&E unit at the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. 207 more words

Local Issues

Allan Doherty for Police and Crime Commissioner

Jason recently met with Allan Doherty, the Conservative Party Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate for West Yorkshire. They discussed policing and crime issues in the Colne, Holme valleys and Lindley. 126 more words

Local Campaigns

Know Your Rights: the campaigns of Bob and Roberta Smith

James B reviews the latest exhibition of Bob and Roberta Smith, finding a powerful defence of art as a human right, source of self-empowerment and tool of protest. 580 more words


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A review of Bob and Roberta Smith's exhibition at the William Morris Gallery E17

Bath Against Cuts in 2015

First Tuesday of the Month 8 pm The Ram Widcombe.

Come to the meeting with campaign ideas & ideas to change what needs to be changed! 560 more words

National Campaign

Protest against Powerday

During a Council Planning Meeting on 17th December, Powerday once again submitted an application to develop the site of the Old Coal Yard on Tavistock Road in to a waste recycling centre despite it being close to a major area of housing. 177 more words

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