Faisal Rashid MP’s Housing Summit 2019

Faisal Rashid MP’s ‘Housing Summit 2019’ will be held on Thursday 25th April 2019, from 6.45pm – 8.15pm at Bold Street Methodist Church, Warrington, WA1 1JQ. Across the country, we are facing a housing crisis that is hitting young people and families on low to middle

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Faisal expresses his concerns on Land Banking

A full copy of Faisal’s letter regarding land banking and the adverse impact that this practice is having on the availability of brownfield land for development addressed to Kit Malthouse MP, Minister for Housing and Planning is below.

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Faisal speaks on the cuts to Local Government Funding

Local councils provide vital services to many of us, whether on fly-tipping, homelessness, adult social care or children’s services. Any funding cut is a direct attack to our local community. While the Prime Minister was announcing the end of austerity last October, more than 5,000 councillors

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Faisal Rashid MP’s Warrington South Traffic Survey 2019

Have Your Say I am regularly contacted by constituents who tell me they are fed-up with the intolerable levels of traffic congestion in the town. Congestion in the town is leading to significant delays travelling even the shortest of distances in the town. And this isn’t just affecting travel

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FAISAL RASHID MP STATEMENT ON INDICATIVE VOTES

I am sure you share my deep disappointment and frustration at parliament’s inability to reach a conclusive outcome in last night’s indicative votes on Brexit. While the Tories refuse to back their own Prime Minister’s botched Brexit deal, they have also refused to support any credible

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26th Anniversary of IRA Bomb Attacks

Today we remember the terrible events that took place 26 years ago, which killed 3-year-old Johnathan Ball and left 12-year-old Tim Parry to die from the horrendous wounds he suffered. 54 other people were injured including Bronwen Vickers who lost a leg in the blast and died a year later. On

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Warrington Guardian Column | International Trade Deals

International Trade deals can sometimes feel abstract and remote, far removed from our everyday lives. Ironically, nothing could be further from the truth. Trading relationships determine our living standards, jobs and access to resources. Britain’s prosperity has always been tied to how we do

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