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Stephanie Francis, 21, is a member in Clerkenwell ward.

Stephanie Francis, 21, is a member in Clerkenwell ward. A student at the London College of Communication, she joined the Party in July 2016 because she believes it is important to support a leader who represents the party’s true values. “I care about the fair representation of the working class”, she says, “and its importance in society, while it faces constant demonisation in the mainstream media.”

Getting to know you - March 2017

Stephanie Francis, 21, is a member in Clerkenwell ward.

Join us at Kili's Kitchen on Wednesday 29th of March for a fundraising dinner with Jeremy Corbyn, Emily Thornberry, and a mystery celebrity guest. 

Join us at Kili's Kitchen on Wednesday 29th of March for a fundraising dinner with Jeremy Corbyn, Emily Thornberry, and a mystery celebrity guest. 

Tickets £60 per head can be found;

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fundraising-dinner-tickets-32532400285

Email your menu choices to funds@islingtonlabour.org.uk


Starters: selection of seven hot and cold mixed mezes


Mains: marinated & char-grill breast of chicken, basmati rice, mixed salad, chilli sauce
char-grilled fillet of lamb, seasoned roast potatoes and rosemany juice
marinated char-grilled fillet of sea bass, rocket and tomato salad and seasoned new potatoes
vegetarian moussaka, basmati rice, mixed salad


Dessert: homemade Baklava with ice cream
homemade apple, apricot & almond crumble with fresh cream or ice cream
banoffee pie topped with fresh bananas and toffee sauce
hanky panky chocolate cake with fresh cream

Half a bottle of wine or 2 bottles of beer per person included

Spring fundraiser with special guests Jeremy Corbyn & Emily Thornberry

Join us at Kili's Kitchen on Wednesday 29th of March for a fundraising dinner with Jeremy Corbyn, Emily Thornberry, and a mystery celebrity guest. 

It is not often that people who aren’t actively engaged in politics will join me at a demonstration, but Trump seems to have enraged many of my friends.

The rallies I attended were awash with handmade signs and witty slogans (such as, “He can’t build a wall, his hands are too small”) and were packed with young people, some still in their school uniforms. Speaker after speaker outlined the policies of a Presidency that seeks only to sow division, and it wasn’t difficult to see similarities with the actions of the Tories and Ukip. This link was, however, missing from the speeches. It’s vital that we show that the rise of Trump is akin to that of the rise of the far right throughout Europe. The Labour Party needs to be drawing clear links between the policies of Trump, Nuttall and May, and positioning itself as the way to fight back against the politics of racism and discrimination.

Jaime Santiago Bell-Bradford, Canonbury ward

Rally Against Trump

It is not often that people who aren’t actively engaged in politics will join me at a demonstration, but Trump seems to have enraged many of my friends.

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