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The QPR Pledge – Andy Slaughter signs

Election candidates are starting to sign the pledge to support QPR staying in west London. Andy Slaughter, standing in Hammersmith and Fulham, and the area’s MP in the last parliament, signed up yesterday and confirmed this to us . Frustratingly, details

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Story of QPR reaches Kilburn and Brentford

 More screenings of the new film about QPR and its supporters have been scheduled for Kilburn and Brentford.  More information on the film, partly funded by QPR1st, is here www.storyofQPR.co.uk                Tricycle Cinema, Kilburn – Book

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Football – What the political parties say

With most General Election party manifestos now published, we can see what the parties say about football in England. QPR1st supporters’ trust welcomes Labour’s manifesto commitment to increase the influence of supporters. Labour’s manifesto says: “Football clubs are an important

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Family Stand Survey

The club are running a Survey to provide feedback regarding the Family stand. The survey is set to run until 17th February. Everyone with an interest in the Family stand is encouraged to take part even if you don’t currently

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Matchday Operations Meeting Minutes

The club responds to matchday safety issues A meeting took place recently between representatives of supporter groups and the club to talk about matchday safety issues. We asked people for questions before the meeting and these, along with other questions, were put

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R’s Story further screenings

Please find details of further screening tour dates for the film R’Story:   Gate Cinema W11              Mon 30th                       7pm Crown & Sceptre W12      Sun 12th APR                11am             Donation of £3 at door Springbok W12                   Sun 12th APR                4 & 5.30pm  

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GLA says clubs building new stadiums should pay the living wage

Clubs planning to build new stadiums as part of regeneration projects should pay the London Living Wage to all stadium employees, according to a charter set to be agreed by the Greater London Authority tomorrow (Wednesday). This comes three months

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Is that a new stadium way out in the distance?

Any QPR supporter who looks at the Mayor of London’s current consultation on the Old Oak regeneration would be forgiven for thinking that not much progress has been made towards a new QPR stadium. In December 2013 the club announced

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Details of #ShareTVWealth demonstration announced

The Football Supporters’ Federation  #ShareTVWealth demonstration will be taking place at the Premier League shareholders meeting on 26th March.  The FSF has now received confirmation of the venue – the Le Meridien Piccadilly hotel. The demonstration will begin at midday. Supporters will

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Vital questions

QPR’s latest financial statements raise a number of questions.  QPR1st Supporters’ Trust hopes the club will clarify these issues so that supporters can have an accurate picture of what it happening at the club they follow. The financial statements show

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