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At a recent South Cambs candidate nomination meeting in Sawston Labour members voted to support Jeremy Corbyn in the party's upcoming leadership contest.

The meeting at Sawston Free Church was well attended, and heard from speakers arguing for both Mr Corbyn and challenger Owen Smith. In the end 35 voted for Corbyn and 25 voted for Smith.

The attendance and the strength of debate illustrate just how strong the current constituency Labour Party is in South Cambs, with its highest membership ever and more and more people coming forward to volunteer and do their bit.

Supporting Jeremy Corbyn

At a recent South Cambs candidate nomination meeting in Sawston Labour members voted to support Jeremy Corbyn in the party's upcoming leadership contest.

(This post has been edited after it was first published) 

Following the NEC decision to include Jeremy Corbyn’s name on the Labour Leadership ballot paper South Cambridgeshire CLP is holding a Leadership Nomination Meeting at Sawston Free Church, Sawston on Tuesday, 26 July at 7.30pm. 

The meeting will hear arguments in support of all the Labour leadership candidates - currently Jeremy Corbyn, Angela Eagle and Owen Smith - before a members debate and vote.
All members are welcome and all views will be respected and listened to.
All members will receive an email with further details - if you have not had one please get in touch.

EGM on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

(This post has been edited after it was first published)  Following the NEC decision to include Jeremy Corbyn’s name on the Labour Leadership ballot paper South Cambridgeshire CLP is holding...

After weeks of campaigning South Cambridgeshire voted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU - but the country as a whole disagreed.

There was an 81% turnout in South Cambs with Remain picking up 60% of the vote.

South Cambs Labour chairman John Beresford said: "The result of the EU Referendum is not good for Britain, and not good for South Cambridgeshire. We can only hope that the threat to the prosperity and investment in the country, and in particular our part of it, is temporary. Dave Cameron has reaped the reward of trying to appease the right wing of his party at the expense of the country as a whole. The country has given its verdict.

"Can I thank Labour supporters for their support in bringing about a sensible result in our own locality, in particular the team led by Linda de Chenu who knocked on so many doors and brought the message of economic good sense to so many voters."

Responding to Brexit

After weeks of campaigning South Cambridgeshire voted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU - but the country as a whole disagreed.

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