We Need To Win And You Are Needed To Help In NW Labour Campaigns!
Working people, and Trade Union Union members have everything to loose on 8th June 2017 if Theresa May is able to form a government with any form of majority!
That was the reason for this year's CWU Annual Conference unanimously carrying of Emergency Motion 8 which committed our Trade Union to campaign for a Labour Victory on 8th June!
"If you for some reason you feel this is not worth fighting for.....
Here in the North West, CWU branches, members and officials have been out ever since the snap election was called; campaigning with and for their local sitting MPs, and for the new Labour Party candidates standing for the first time in their constituencies.
In order to give a strong message out to all our members across the country to support Jeremy Corbyn and Labour throughout the General Election campaign, delegates unanimously supported a motion which called for ALL branches and ALL members to do all they can to ensure a Labour victory.
Right now with only two weeks to go, the NW Region's Secretary, Chairperson, and Political Officers have emailed all NW Branches urging support for a number of marginal seat campaigns this week.
In their message, they make it quite clear just what the stakes are and how important it is for all Officers and members to rally behind the Union's call for promotion of the Labour Party, and the leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The email subject embodies just what our great Union is campaigning for in supporting the Labour Party led by Jeremy Corbyn:
CWU - Campaigning For A Fairer Country
For those CWU representatives and activists wanting to see:
· Royal Mail renationalised
On Tuesday 30th and Friday 2nd June the CWU North West will be focusing our GE campaign activity 0n two of our CWU supported constituencies:
Blackpool South - Gordon Marsden
Wirral South - Alison McGovern
The Labour manifesto sets out represents a radical agenda for government which reflects many CWU policies and campaigns. With commitments on public ownership, collective bargaining, tackling inequality and public investment to rebalance the economy, this election represents a once in a generation opportunity to shift the balance of forces in the UK.
If you for some reason you feel this is not worth fighting for.....
If you can't make any of the above days then don't worry you can always just turn up when you have a free hour or so.
Source: Carl Webb