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At last week's The Labour Party Annual Conference in Brighton, Labour presented our vision of hope and for a country that will work for the many, not the few. We're prepared to be in government and ready to deliver for a better Britain.

Over the course of Conference, I met with activists and campaign groups from across the country, participated in Fringe and The World Transformed events and spoke to the media about a number of issues important to constituents in Norwich and beyond.

Watch this quick video - which, among others, features Jeremy Corbyn,Laura Pidcock MPOrgreave Truth and Justice CampaignWASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality CampaignLabour Energy ForumPaul Mason and Lisa Nandy - for a few photo highlights. Let me know if you spot yourself!

#Lab17 - highlights

At last week's The Labour Party Annual Conference in Brighton, Labour presented our vision of hope and for a country that will work for the many, not the few. We're prepared to...

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Earlier today, I visited the new cafe in OPENNorwich: a youth-run cafe which serves locally sourced, organic food and drink from 8am until 3pm, with all profits going back into the Open charity. This morning, they held a cake competition and raffle to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support too. The young people who work there gain recognised qualifications and get to improve skills such as customer service and food preparation.

In  THIS VIDEO, I'm with Emma and Rosie who work at the cafe and I get to sample some cake - it comes highly recommended from me!

Visit to Open Cafe

Earlier today, I visited the new cafe in OPENNorwich: a youth-run cafe which serves locally sourced, organic food and drink from 8am until 3pm, with all profits going back into the...

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Great to see local Norwich Town Close Labour Party members staffing the Labour Campaign for Mental Health stall at Labour Party Conference this week!

The Labour Campaign for Mental Health works hard to make sure The Labour Party is the strongest advocate for mental health it can be. Almost 1 in 4 people in Britain will experience some form of mental health problem in a given year, yet the coalition and Tory governments have failed to make tackling this issue the priority it needs to be. It's clear only Labour will properly fight for mental health.

Find out more about the campaign here: https://labourformentalhealth.com/

#Lab17 - Labour Campaign for Mental Health

Great to see local Norwich Town Close Labour Party members staffing the Labour Campaign for Mental Health stall at Labour Party Conference this week!

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