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King’s speech sets out measures including crackdown on retail crime

Measures in the speech were welcomed by the Co-op Group, Locality, Community Energy England and the…

Vaughan Gething resigns as first minister of Wales

The Labour/Co-op leader had been dogged by allegations during his four months in the post

Co-op Party hails appointment of 21 MPs and peers to frontbenches

After celebrating its most successful general election night, the party now has five members of Keir…

Community energy sector welcomes Labour plans to boost the sector

Sector body CEE welcomed moves including an end to the ban on new onshore wind developments

UK co-operative and social economy sector responds to election result

Statements of support to deliver Labour's pledge to double co-op economy have been shared

Labour business lead talks up hopes for boosting co-op sector

Jonathan Reynolds reiterated Labour’s plans to double the size of the co-op and mutual economy

Labour Manifesto maintains pledge to double the size of the UK co-op economy

Co-ops are also included in the party’s plans to drive home-grown energy production

Will co-op housing be on the main parties’ agendas?

With the UK's housing crisis continuing to worsen, the co-op and community-led model offers a possible…

Can co-ops beat the cash crisis threatening the UK’s regions?

Campaigns from Cles, Co-operatives UK, Save Birmingham and the Co-op Party are calling for new models…

Vaughan Gething voted Labour/Co-op leader of Welsh government

Gething is a vocal supporter of the co-op movement, with a commitment to growing the sector…

Labour drops £28bn green pledge but commits £3.3bn to Local Power Plan

Domestic retrofit funding plans have been reduced but the party remains committed to creating 'one million…

Labour commits to growing co-op and mutual finance sectors – but faces doubts on £28bn green pledge

The party's Financing Growth report promises reform of mutuals and sustainable finance - while Keir Starmer…