Emma Hoddinott

Emma Hoddinott

Labour Cllr for Wickersley Ward Rotherham, Local Government Officer for the Coop Party

Emma Hoddinott is the Local Government Officer for the Co-operative Party, supporting over 800 Co-operative Councillors across the country. The Co-operative Party is a member of the Labour Party’s Community Wealth Building Unit and supports its members to put co-operative values into practice in their local community.

The Co-operative Party is a UK political party which holds an electoral agreement with the UK Labour Party since 1927. The Party is the political party of the British co-operative movement and is the third largest party in Parliament, as well as representatives in the Welsh and Scottish governments, elected mayors and local councils.
The Party’s elected representatives are selected by the Co-operative Party and sit jointly with the Labour Party, making them Labour & Co-operative elected representatives.

Emma Hoddinott is also a Councillor, having been first elected as a Councillor for the Wickersley ward of Rotherham Borough Council in May 2012.

Applying “the Preston Model” to the cooperative economy

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Emma Hoddinott, Labour Cllr for Wickersley Ward Rotherham and Local Government Officer for the Coop Party and Matthew Brown, Cabinet Member for Social Justice, Inclusion and Policy at Preston City Council discussing the latest advances and successes of “the Preston model” and how similar local and central government strategies could be deployed to create a […]

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