Contact Us

Get involved in local Labour activism by:

  • attending Ward meetings - what about standing for office or becoming a delegate to CLP meetings?
  • joining canvassing sessions - these take place regularly even when no election is planned. See these and other events here.
  • phoning round members to encourage participation or phone canvassing members of the public.

You can get in touch in many ways: 

Call: 0207 607 8373

Email: organiser@islingtonlabour.org.uk

Write to: 65 Barnsbury Street, London, N1 1EJ

Or just fill in the form below and we'll be in touch soon. 

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Reactions

commented 2017-05-28 19:52:25 +0100
To experience British elections in action. I plan to visit England between June 5th and 1oth.
commented 2017-05-28 12:40:15 +0100
Corbyn apologies regarding ira area little false care they not, just a ruse to appease the public

come 8th June but most of us are ni otvas stupid as miss abbott, and we can see through it, , a ruse to hopefully get labour into power, he no o more means what he says, they I do when I say I will vote for him at next election, , lie lies and more lues
commented 2017-05-22 18:36:25 +0100
a new slogan WE ARE REALLY TAKING BACK CONTROL FOR ALL
commented 2017-05-19 19:36:36 +0100
would you please send me 4 more window posters …do you have larger ones if poss ??? Thanks

Redxx
commented 2017-05-04 15:57:15 +0100
commented 2017-05-03 20:56:37 +0100
hello,


i live in Corbyn Street and am my wife and I are both Labour members. We are teachers and not around much in the daytime, but on the weekends we would like to help Jeremy’s campaign. Leafletting around the streets locally would suit us best, but that might not be what’s needed at the moment …


please can someone let us know what’s to do.


Many thanks,

Tim and Diane Webb

156 Corbyn Street

N4.
commented 2017-02-18 09:02:28 +0000
Next time you send out campaign material try putting a stamp on it. Just paid two quid at the sorting office. No impressed. Guy at the counter said there were 100s of them unstamped, all to be collected at two quid each. How can you lead a council or be an opposition in Parliament if you can’t even put a stamp on an envelope?

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