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On Monday night, the Labour's budget for Oxford City Council was passed with an overwhelming majority. Here is a summary of what was announced. 

Labour announce "big, bold and ambitions" Budget

On Monday night, the Labour's budget for Oxford City Council was passed with an overwhelming majority. Here is a summary of what was announced.  Read more


The Oxfordshire Science Declaration created by Anneliese Dodds MEP has reached over 200 signatures.

Support for the Oxfordshire Science Declaration Grows

The Oxfordshire Science Declaration created by Anneliese Dodds MEP has reached over 200 signatures. Read more


Oxfordshire’s city and district councils have won £790,000 of government funding to help tackle homelessness across the county. 

Councils win funding to help tackle homelessness

Oxfordshire’s city and district councils have won £790,000 of government funding to help tackle homelessness across the county.  Read more


Oxford seminar 11th February 10am-1pm at Wesley Memorial Church Hall

Labour Consultation on Industrial Strategy

Oxford seminar 11th February 10am-1pm at Wesley Memorial Church Hall Read more


Labour Councillors today successfully spoke up for the future of Health and Social Care services in Oxfordshire by passing a motion calling on the Secretary of State for Health to answer crucial questions relating to the Sustainability and Transformation Plan.

Oxford Councillors Challenge Government on NHS

Labour Councillors today successfully spoke up for the future of Health and Social Care services in Oxfordshire by passing a motion calling on the Secretary of State for Health to... Read more


 The skyline of Oxford will be forever changed after councillors agreed to a number of major developments. 

City Council decides on a range of major developments across the city

 The skyline of Oxford will be forever changed after councillors agreed to a number of major developments.  Read more


Nursery schools and children's centres are reaching crisis point in Oxford with their budgets being driven into deficit as Children’s Centre funding is withdrawn.

Councillor warns of threat to Maintained Nursery Schools in Oxford

Nursery schools and children's centres are reaching crisis point in Oxford with their budgets being driven into deficit as Children’s Centre funding is withdrawn. Read more


House-building in Oxford improved significantly over the past year, rising to 383 new homes completed from 332 in 2014/2015.

House-building on the rise in Oxford

House-building in Oxford improved significantly over the past year, rising to 383 new homes completed from 332 in 2014/2015. Read more


We will be holding various campaign events around Oxford, with a special guest visitor who will be talking about why the NHS is at the core of our vision for the kind of society we should be.

Sign Up For Our NHS National Campaign Day

We will be holding various campaign events around Oxford, with a special guest visitor who will be talking about why the NHS is at the core of our vision for the kind... Read more


Oxford Labour's two conference delegates, Nick Walker and Felicity Irwin, have written reports on their experiences and actions from September's Labour Party Conference. You can read both report's in their entirety below.

Conference Reports From Oxford Labour Delegates

Oxford Labour's two conference delegates, Nick Walker and Felicity Irwin, have written reports on their experiences and actions from September's Labour Party Conference. You can read both report's in their... Read more

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