Warrington Guardian Column

Mental illness does not discriminate – it can affect anyone regardless of gender, age or ethnicity. One in four adults and one in eight 5 to 19-year olds experience mental illness. Those are stark statistics. Whether brought on by pressure in the workplace, money worries, family

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FAISAL’S STATEMENT ON EU WITHDRAWAL BILL AMENDMENTS

I want to thank all my constituents who have contacted me recently about Brexit. Despite public division and parliamentary deadlock, I remain committed to representing views on both sides of this debate and working towards an outcome which puts my constituents first. In view of this commitment,

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Faisal’s latest Brexit statement

This evening, myself and MPs from all sides of the House are due to vote on the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal.   Ahead of tonight’s historic vote in the House of Commons, I wanted to outline why I will be voting against the Prime Minister’s Deal. I have always accepted and respected the

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BBC Consultation on TV Licence Fee for Over 75’s

“By failing to protect the free TV Licence for over 75s, the Government is shamefully breaking its own 2017 manifesto pledge. “According to Age UK, nearly a third of over 75s are living in poverty or just above the poverty line. If the free over 75s TV licence is scrapped, finding the

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Warrington Guardian Column – Loneliness

For many, Christmas is a joyful time spent with family and friends, but for others, the festive season brings a sense of isolation, anxiety or financial hardship. Loneliness and social isolation are two of the biggest downsides of modern life. For a growing number of people, particularly those

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