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PRO_Operation_flight_logo__URL+NO_EFFECT_RGB_05.12.14_COLOUROperation Flight, as part of the Campaign for a Labour Majority, was a national campaign day in nine of the 106-target seats where the incumbent Conservative or Liberal Democrat member of parliament is stepping down. As the incumbent flies off, Progress flies in.

On Saturday 10 January, both a Progress strategy board representative and a member of staff, plus as many volunteers as we could muster, were be in each of these nine seats. We invited every Labour member, affiliated union member, supporter, and anyone else who wants to get this terrible government out, to come and join us.

Brent Central, Dawn Butler Willesden Green station, Walm Lane NW2 4QT
Cannock Chase, Janos Toth 11 Market Street, Hednesford Cannock WS12 1AY
Cardiff North, Mari Williams 13 Llangranog Road, Cardiff CF14 5BL
Dudley South, Natasha Millward Crossgate Road, Netherton DY2 0SY
Erewash, Catherine Atkinson Long Eaton train station, Tamworth Road, Long Eaton NG10 3GS
Hove, Peter Kyle 99 Church Road, Hove BN3 2BA
North Warwickshire, Mike O’Brien Tesco car park, Leicester Street, Bedworth CV12 8SY
Redcar, Anna Turley 10 Milbank Terrace, Redcar TS10 1ED
South Ribble, Veronica Bennett Fleece Inn pub, Liverpool Road, Penwortham, Preston PR1 9XD

Find out more

About – what is Operation Flight, Richard Angell explains

Which seats – mapping the challenge

Donate – if you couldn’t join us, support us campaigning in key seats

Liveblog – look back at the flight in action

Thank you to all those who joined us as we started the new year as we mean to go on; by campaigning for a Labour victory and chalking up wins for Ed Miliband.


Find your nearest seat:

Use the map below to find your nearest Operation Flight target seat and join us on Saturday 10 January at 11am and 2pm:

Progressive centre-ground Labour politics does not come for free.

It takes time, commitment and money to build a fight against the forces of conservatism. If you value the work Progress does, please support us by becoming a member, subscriber or donating.

Our work depends on you.

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Stuart Macnaughtan

is editorial and social media officer at Progress.

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