John, it's been an odd few weeks since our last newsletter and we hope that you're safe and coping with the lockdown.
Our teams in Westminster, Holyrood, the Senedd and Council Chambers across Britain have been doing their best to help their communities through this crisis and to hold the Government to account. You can read more about their work in this newsletter.
Coronavirus has also led to some big changes to our Spring and Autumn Conferences as well as the Leadership Election - and you can learn more about what's changed and how we're adapting below.
We hope you enjoy your April Newsletter.
<[link removed]>Leadership Election Delayed
At a meeting of the Federal Board three weeks ago, it was decided to postpone our Leadership Election until after the rescheduled elections in May 2021.
You can read more about what was decided and why here:
Learn more ➜ <[link removed]> <[link removed]>Ed responds to the new Labour leader
Responding to the news of Labour's new leader, Ed Davey sets out where he hopes the relationship between our two parties will go over the next Parliament. Learn more here:
Read the article ➜ <[link removed]> <[link removed]>NHS Heroes must have right to stay
Thousands of doctors, nurses and paramedics are risking their lives and working day-in, day-out to save lives and protect us all during the Coronavirus crisis - and many don't have the right to stay.
Britain should do right by our NHS heroes and grant them all indefinite right to stay, argues Christine Jardine. Read the article to learn more:
Read the article ➜ <[link removed]> <[link removed]>We must protect the homeless
Homeless people are especially vulnerable in this crisis - and Layla Moran has a plan to help protect them and give them the ability to self-isolate with dignity.
Learn more about her plan here:
Find out more ➜ <[link removed]> <[link removed]>The Government must protect students
Wera Hobhouse has been working with a cross-party group of MPs to help secure additional protections for students during the Coronavirus crisis.
Read the article to learn more about the unique problems students are facing and what Wera is calling to be done for them.
Read more ➜ <[link removed]> <[link removed]>Make the most of the lockdown
To help members make the most of the lockdown, we're putting on a range of webinars that are open to you all. The webinars range from Q&As with MPs, MSPs and key party figures, to training on key campaigning skills and how the party works.
All of the webinars can be found here:
Check out the webinars ➜ <[link removed]>Thanks, John and we hope you enjoyed this month's newsletter. Stay safe.
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