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Nancy Platts elected Chair of Brighton, Hove & District Labour Party

CG06wLXWQAAM1Wv_1_.jpgNancy Platts has been elected Chair of Brighton, Hove and District Labour Party at a meeting attended by hundreds of local members. The local Labour Party has a membership of over 2,000 and covers the area from Portslade to Peacehaven and everywhere in between.

Nancy Platts said:

I am very honoured to be elected by the local Party to lead our fast growing membership. I am determined to remain a strong voice for the thousands of people who voted for a Labour government that would have tackled the rising culture of low pay and job insecurity that is leaving people using food banks and sleeping on our streets. We have achieved a position of strength by taking control of the Council and even from opposition nationally we can still make a difference to people’s lives and be a positive advocate for change within our communities.

Nancy Platts takes over from Mel Davies, who stood down as Chair after serving a two-year term

She continued:

I want to thank the outgoing Chair and Exec for their hard work throughout a very busy election period and I am personally very appreciative of their support.

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published this page in Blog 2015-06-24 13:52:53 +0100

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