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LABOUR MANIFESTO - HIGH STREET

CHAPTER 1 CREATING AN ECONOMY THAT WORKS FOR ALL

PAGE 16

 

TRANSFORMING OUR FINANCIAL SYSTEM

 

KEEPING BANK BRANCHES OPEN

 

Labour will change the law so that banks can’t close a branch where there is a clear local need, putting their customers first.

CHAPTER 6 - SECURE HOMES FOR ALL

Page 60

 

We will prioritise brownfield sites and protect the green belt.

 

MORE OLD PEOPLE’S HOUSING – COUNCIL

We will ensure that local plans address the need for older people’s housing, ensuring that choice and downsizing options are readily available.

 

KEEP LONG TERM COUNCIL TENANCIES

We will ditch the Conservatives’ ban on long-term council tenancies to give council tenants security in their homes.

 

We want more people to have a secure tenancy in a home built to high standards.

 

END BEDROOM TAX –

Remember if

one of couple is

below raised

pension age

get hit by it

Labour will scrap the punitive bedroom tax, which has caused many people to be evicted from their home and their community.

 

 

Chapter 9 – Leading Richer Lives

 

LOCAL COMMUNITIES

 

FUND LIBRARIES

Page 87 – 88

 

Libraries are vital social assets, valued by communities across the country. We will ensure libraries are preserved for future generations and updated with wi-fi and computers to meet modern needs. We will reintroduce library standards so that government can assess and guide councils in delivering the best possible service.

 

 

Page 88

 

END POST OFFICE BRANCHES CLOSING 

Labour will end the closure of Crown Post Office branches, which play a major role in serving their communities.

 

POST OFFICE POST BANKS 

We will also set up a commission to establish a Post Bank, owned by the Post office and providing a full range of banking services in every community.

 

COMMUNITY POWER OVER TOWN CENTRES

Labour will give communities more power to shape their town centres, by strengthening powers to protect post offices, community pharmacies, high street banks, sports clubs, pubs and independent shops, and promote measures to decrease high-street vacancies.

CHAPTER 1 CREATING AN ECONOMY THAT WORKS FOR ALL

 

TRANSFORMING OUR FINANCIAL SYSTEM - Page 19

 

RENATIONALISE ROYAL MAIL 

 

• Reverse the privatisation of Royal Mail at the earliest opportunity.

Chapter 9 – Leading Richer Lives

LOCAL COMMUNITIES

Page 88

 

HELP LOCAL PUBS SURVIVE

 

We will set up a national review of local pubs to examine the causes for their large-scale demise, as well as establishing a joint taskforce that will consider future sustainability.

Chapter 9 – Leading Richer Lives

TRANSPORT

Page 90

 

BUS FARES – BUSES TO SCHOOLS AND HOSPITALS

Under the Conservatives, bus fares have risen and services have been cut. Labour will introduce regulations to designate and protect routes of critical community value, including those that serve local schools, hospitals and isolated settlements in rural areas.

Chapter 9 – Leading Richer Lives

 

CULTURE FOR ALL

 

Page 95

 

KEEPING MUSEUMS FREE

Labour will maintain free entry to museums and invest in our museums and heritage sector.

 

END CUTS TO LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES

Labour will end cuts to local authority budgets to support the provision of libraries, museums and galleries. We will take steps to widen the reach of the Government Art Collection so that more people can enjoy it.

 

 

KEEP MARKING CENTENARY OF

FIRST WORLD WAR 

We will continue to mark the ongoing centenary of the First World War, and the sacrifice of all those who died during it.

ENGLAND

 

We need a relationship of equals with devolved administrations.

 

Labour will create a role for a Minister for England,

who will sit under the

Secretary of State

for Communities and

Local Government,

and will work with the

Secretaries of State for

Scotland, Wales and

Northern Ireland.

 

Each UK nation will have

patron saints Bank Holidays, including England's

St George's Day

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