Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is in Carlisle today to meet council staff who keep the city clean and who helped clear snow during the recent bad weather.
He will meet expanding local businesses and is set to visit the Durranhill site, which is under construction, and also meet the staff who work there.
The Islington North MP is joined by Colin Glover, Leader of Carlisle City Council and Ruth Alcroft, Labour’s candidate in Carlisle for the next general election.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn visited the Borders today ahead of the Scottish Borders Council by-election in Selkirk.
The Islington North MP was in the town to campaign alongside Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard and the party's by-election candidate Scott Redpath.
They visited the Eildon Housing Association this morning.
Also standing in the by-election are Trevor Adams (Conservatives), Jack Clark (Liberal Democrats), Barbra Harvie (Green Party), John Mitchell (Scottish National Party), and Kenneth Gunn and Caroline Penman (independents).
Jeremy Corbyn is on a national tour of marginal Conservative-held seats, visiting Copeland and Carlisle today. Here he is meeting people from Amy's Daycare in Keswick:
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn will be visiting Copeland and Carlisle today.
He's on a national tour of marginal Conservative-held seats. The Labour Party is said to be in "permanent campaign mode" readying itself for the next General Election.
The MP for Copeland Jamie Reed has sent a stinging letter to the under pressure Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn calling for his resignation.
Mr. Reed published the following on his Twitter account last night (29th June)
He accused Corbyn of injecting an 'unprecedented poison' into the Labour party, going on to say that the 'Labour party stands for a moral purpose that you do not share.'
Jeremy Corbyn has lost a confidence vote among his MPs by 172 to 40 but is refusing to resign, insisting he still has a "people's mandate" to lead following his landslide victory in the Labour leadership elections last summer.
Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn MP, will be visiting flood-hit areas of the Border region today.
He will be visiting Cockermouth Main Street this morning and flooded properties in Botcherby, Carlisle later.
He will also be joined by Shadow Environment Secretary, Kerry McCarthy MP.