Warrington Guardian Column – Prorogation

Next week, the Conservative Prime Minister has announced that Parliament will be shut down for five weeks. This would constitute the longest suspension of the British legislature since 1945. Most importantly, it comes at a time when the role of parliament could not be more critical in

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Warrington Guardian Column – The NHS

When the NHS first came into being 71 years ago, the government sent a leaflet to every household in the country with the simple message: “It will relieve your money worries in time of illness.” The birth of the NHS completely transformed people’s lives, providing universal healthcare for all

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WG Column | Domestic Burglaries & Police Cuts

Over recent weeks there has been an increase in the number of domestic burglaries in Warrington South.   Following meetings with concerned constituents, local councillors and Cheshire Police, it has become clear that the burglaries are specifically targeting members of Ethnic Minority

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