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FAISAL RASHID MP

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Warrington South MP

FAISAL RASHID

is honoured to have been elected as your Member of Parliament for Warrington South.

“I fell in love with Warrington – the town, its green open spaces, and its people – on my first visit in 1998 and came to live here with my family. It was a great honour to become the 133rd Mayor and first citizen of Warrington in 2016, and a privilege to serve you now in Parliament…”

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10 hours ago

Stephen Higham

Can you tell me categorically now that it is Labour Party policy to remove no deal from the country’s bargaining position with the EU?

Has Jeremy finally gotten off the fence?
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2 days ago

Rick Jervis

When will you resign for going against your constituents?
You are suppose to represent the electoral in your constituency but you clearly treat the majority with contempt.
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2 days ago

Iain Curtin

Hi Faisal .. please could you respond to my email regarding 2019 loan charge? I have heard nothing back in over a week. Reg Iain ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

Faisal Rashid MP

Local government services are integral to building the vibrant, inclusive communities that we all deserve. They are also vital for safeguarding the most vulnerable in our communities and ensuring that no one is left behind.

Warrington Borough Council is one of the lowest funded of the 91 unitary and metropolitan authorities outside London, and it is the second lowest funded in the north-west resulting in Warrington taxpayers paying more and getting less because of the Government’s austerity agenda.

In October last year the Prime Minister declared that austerity was over, but I cannot see that it is over. The Government must heed the advice of local representatives from all over the country by investing properly in our communities.

At the general election, Labour pledged £8 billion extra to fund social care, alongside an additional £500 million a year for Sure Start and early intervention services. If the Government are serious about ending austerity, that is the kind of investment that local government requires to rejuvenate our communities after eight years of crippling austerity.
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3 days ago

Alexandra Stansby

Just in case Mrs M tries to serve up her rotten deal as fresh fish in the next few days, your lads and lassies might profitably consult Erskine May on the subject of it being contrary to parliamentary rules to propose the same, or substantially the same, motion in the same session. 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

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