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by Daniel York, Actor, writer, filmmaker, founder member of British East Asian Artists

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There was much uproar at the above Labour press team tweet, much (if not most) from what the party may well consider it’s “core vote” protesting a statement which unfortunately does appear to pander to specious right wing logic that public services have to be cut and cut drastically. We all know the banking sector is still rolling in giant bonuses and that there’s massive avoidance of corporation tax.

The British East Asian Artists community needs a Labour Government

by Daniel York, Actor, writer, filmmaker, founder member of British East Asian Artists   There was much uproar at the above Labour press team tweet, much (if not most) from... Read more

by Paul Hyu

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Actors, like any other profession, benefit from a Trade Union, which represents them in matters relating to work. Equity has been this body, representing actors for a long time.  An Equity Card formerly stood as a status symbol –  a badge of honour.

Where is Equity when it comes to minority ethnic actors?

by Paul Hyu Actors, like any other profession, benefit from a Trade Union, which represents them in matters relating to work. Equity has been this body, representing actors for a long time. ... Read more

We found the person David Cameron is actually brave enough to debate: David Cameron

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Cameron vs Cameron

We found the person David Cameron is actually brave enough to debate: David Cameron

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Watch actor Michael Sheen condemns cuts to the NHS and "burning hatred for the Tory party"

Actor Michael Sheen condemns cuts to the NHS and "burning hatred for the Tory party"

Watch actor Michael Sheen condemns cuts to the NHS and "burning hatred for the Tory party"

Phoenix Chinese News Coverage of Chinese New Year 2015 Reception

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Chinese New Year 2015 Reception

Phoenix Chinese News Coverage of Chinese New Year 2015 Reception     Read more

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Here at Chinese for Labour, 7 May 2015 (aka the General Election) has been firmly etched into our calendars for a while, and we’re all working hard to secure a Labour government that will deliver a fairer future for Britain.

Saying that, we also understand that life can be very busy and remembering to register to vote is not always at the top of people’s to-do list.

But come that day in Spring, we’re really keen for you to have your say and don’t want you to have missed out because the voter registration deadline passed you by.

Voting is your ticket to bringing about a government that represents you, what you believe in and your hopes for the future of Britain -- so make sure you’re counted.

The last day to register will be 20 April 2015 and it’ll only take five minutes to get it done -- click here to get started: https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

Have you registered to vote yet?

Here at Chinese for Labour, 7 May 2015 (aka the General Election) has been firmly etched into our calendars for a while, and we’re all working hard to secure a...

By Sonny Leong CBE, Chair of Chinese for Labour

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The Chinese community is a hugely valuable and valued part of UK society. More than half a million people of Chinese origin have mad their homes here. Our community is a perfect example of Britain’s strength being built, in part, on its diversity. It is a perception of Britain that we must continue to remind ourselves of.

The Chinese community is an important and valued part of our society and of our future

By Sonny Leong CBE, Chair of Chinese for Labour The Chinese community is a hugely valuable and valued part of UK society. More than half a million people of Chinese... Read more

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I am delighted to send this message to the British Chinese Community on Chinese New Year. This is a time to celebrate with friends and family, to reflect on the past year and look forward to the next year. 

This year in particular is a significant year for me. In May 2015 the public will decide on which party they want representing them for the next 5 years. In recent months I have made clear that the Labour Party can restore faith in the future and rebuild Britain.

The British Chinese community contributes to all aspects of life here in the UK, from our economy to our businesses, arts and public services. There is a strong tradition of working hard and looking after your elders which is rooted firmly within the Chinese community, and these values embody my vision for a One Nation Britain.

On behalf of the Labour Party, I would like to wish you all a prosperous, successful and happy year ahead.

 

With very best wishes,

Rt Hon Ed Miliband MP

Leader of the Labour Party

 

Read the message HERE

Chinese New Year message from Rt Hon Ed Miliband MP

I am delighted to send this message to the British Chinese Community on Chinese New Year. This is a time to celebrate with friends and family, to reflect on the... Read more

by Ash McGregor, Vice Chair, Chinese for Labour

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Today, many young people and families are priced out of home ownership. In parts of the country we are seeing increasing numbers of young people being forced to share rooms with a stranger as well as the ‘boomerang kids’ having to move back in with their parents.

The Tories are presiding over a national housing crisis

by Ash McGregor, Vice Chair, Chinese for Labour Today, many young people and families are priced out of home ownership. In parts of the country we are seeing increasing numbers... Read more

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Anna Chen talked about migration and diversity, mirrors and diversion, looking at how politics and economics distort the history of human migration since we all walked out of Africa 60,000 to 120,000 years ago.

The hugely funny and knowledgeable - Anna Chen

Anna Chen talked about migration and diversity, mirrors and diversion, looking at how politics and economics distort the history of human migration since we all walked out of Africa 60,000...

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