Representatives in Government
Labour and Co-operative Members of the
House of Commons
The Co-operative Party has currently 29
MPs elected jointly on a 'Labour and Co-operative' ticket under
an electoral agreement with Labour dating in its essentials back
to 1927. For details and contacts for these MPs click on 'House
of Commons' in the menu bar.
Labour and Co-operative Peers
These members of the Upper House are drawn
from the ranks of notable co-operators and are members, jointly
with the MPs, of the Westminster Parliamentary Group. For information,
click on 'House of Lords in the menu bar.
There are currently seven Labour and Co-operative
MSPs sitting in Edinburgh. For further information click on 'Scottish
Parliament' in the menu bar.
The Welsh Assembly has a group of five
Labour and Co-operative Assembly Members (AMs). Please click on
'Welsh Assembly' in the menu bar for further details.
Meg Hillier was elected as a Labour and
Co-operative member of the London Assembly for the London North
East constituency. Click on the menu bar for more details.
The Co-operative Party has over 700 Labour
and Co-operative local Councillors on County, Unitary, District
and even Parish councils. It is impossible to name them all as
the list changes so frequently but if you click on the Local Government
link in the menu bar you can see the Party's 'Agenda for Local
Government' and other documents and links.