October 2021: Our councillors are campaigning on the growing NHS crisis.
May 2021: Martin Whitfield is elected as one of three Scottish Labour MSPs for South Scotland Region.
February 2021: Martin Whitfield and Iain Gray MSP back new retail worker abuse campaign and call for better enforcement when crimes are committed.
February 2021: Martin Whitfield and Iain Gray MSP back the campaign for a £15 an hour rate for all social care workers.
February 2021: Martin Whitfield and Iain Gray MSP welcome the Independent Review of Adult Social Care report's call for a National Care Service.
February 2021: Martin Whitfield and Iain Gray MSP call for one-off £100 water charge rebate for local households.
February 2021: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield say Scotland needs a Green Recovery Budget.
January 2021: Iain Gray and Martin Whitfield call for a Scottish budget to deliver a fair recovery for all.
January 2021: Martin Whitfield urges Labour voters to consider signing up for a postal vote ahead of May's election.
January 2021: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield highlight growing cost of living crisis resulting from pandemic.
January 2021: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield back Daniel Johnson's Protection of Workers Bill.
January 2021: Martin Whitfield and Iain Gray MSP back calls for students to get January rent rebate.
December 2020: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield join call for Scotland's rail passenger services to be brought into public ownership from January 2021.
December 2020: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield demand SNP Ministers allocate more funds to support hard-pressed local businesses.
December 2020: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield support this year's Small Business Saturday.
November 2020: Martin Whitfield and local party members join the cancel the cut campaign to stop Tory cuts to Universal Credit.
November 2020: Iain Gray votes for Monica Lennon's Period Products Bill, helping make Scotland the first country in the world to end period poverty.
November 2020: Iain Gray and Martin Whitfield call for more support for taxi drivers to help them through the pandemic.
November 2020: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield demand SNP provide more support for local tourism and hospitality sector.
November 2020: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield support the Real Living Wage during Living Wage Week 2020.
November 2020: Local members choose Martin Whitfield to be the party's next Scottish Parliamentary candidate.
September 2020: Iain Gray MSP backs call for more support to save Scottish aviation jobs.
August 2020: Iain Gray MSP demands the Education Secretary's resignation following exam results fiasco.
July 2020: Our virtual thank you card thanks NHS staff on its 72nd anniversary.
March 2020: Labour councillors launch anti-cuts campaign to protect local services.
October 2019: Martin Whitfield unanimously reselected by local branches to be Labour's general election candidate.
September 2019: Campaigning for a final say public vote on Brexit and remain.
May 2019: Campaigning for the European Parliament elections with some of Scottish Labour's candidates.
May 2019: Neal Black contests the Haddington & Lammermuir by-election.
December 2018: Iain Gray MSP and Councillors Willie Innes and Shamin Akhtar opposing SNP Government cuts to councils.
May 2018: Submitting Hands off Cockenzie petition at Scottish Parliament.
May 2018: Iain Gray MSP and Martin Whitfield MP host rail change public meeting.
April 2018: Collecting signatures for petition opposing call-in of electric substation planning application at former Cockenzie power station site.
June 2017: Martin Whitfield is elected as East Lothian's new MP, defeating the SNP incumbent.
May 2017: Iain Gray MSP, Martin Whitfield and Cllr Jim Goodfellow campaigning for better rail services in North Berwick.
May 2017: Nine Labour candidates are elected to East Lothian Council, retaining our position as the largest political group.
May 2017: Martin Whitfield's election campaign launch at Prestonpans Labour Club.
April 2017: Official launch of our local election campaign.
May 2016: Iain Gray is re-elected as East Lothian's MSP with an increased majority.