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Thank you so much for the support you gave us in the General Election, it may not have been the result we wanted, but we had a cracking campaign and managed to increase our vote here on the Island. With an upcoming Leadership Election, there’s so much we can do, want to help us? Join us here

We are absolutely committed to fighting inequality and building a better society for the many, not the few. Island Labour campaign to build a fairer place to live and work for all Islanders. 


Years fighting for a fairer society.

Latest news and campaigns

Island Labour announce Richard Quigley as candidate for General Election

6th November 2019 Island Labour is delighted to announce that our candidate in the General Election on December 12th will be Richard Quigley. Richard moved to the island over sixteen years ago and runs a successful business in Cowes, where he lives with his wife and...

Labour’s Neurodivergent Manifesto is timely and necessary.

4th November 2019 A report issued by Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights condemns the “horrific reality” of conditions & treatments under which many young people with learning disabilities & autism are detained in mental health hospitals,...

Labour government will invest in Island homes

3rd November 2019 Today, Labour announces “Warm Homes for All” – the largest scale upgrade of UK housing since post-war reconstruction. By 2030, Labour will create 450,000 jobs by installing energy saving measures such as loft insulation and double glazing, renewable...

Island Labour welcomes broader conversation on Green New Deal

28th October 2019 Following its historic vote to back a radical Green New Deal at conference this year, Labour welcomes the contributions of other parties now entering the conversation on how best to put it into practice. In October, Island Labour supported a...

Isle of Wight’s MP votes to sell off the NHS to Trump

24th October 2019 Yesterday, the Isle of Wight’s MP, Bob Seely, voted against Labour’s motion to protect the NHS from being sold off as part of any future trade deal with the USA. The entire Conservative Party voted to keep the NHS on the table for US...



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