How should Croydon’s progressives vote in the general election?

Posted on April 21st, by Sean Creighton in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

Sean Creighton offers some advice to those who want a different kind of governing coalition

Recently in the Citizen, Robert Ward explained why he’s going to vote Conservative. How about the decision-making process for those looking in a different direction?

I believe it’s going to be difficult for progressive people in Croydon to decide how to vote in the general election. For Labour supporters – how … Read More »

How Labour improves on public participation and scrutiny in decision-making in Croydon

Posted on August 18th, by Sean Creighton in Politics & Society. No Comments

Sean Creighton takes us through some important procedures to foster participation in local democracy

As more opportunities are provided for the public to take-part in Croydon Council’s decision making process, especially in local planning processes, it’s worth taking a moment to look in detail at the council’s structures and how its processes work.

Labour’s package of important constitutional changes to the way the council operates includes … Read More »