Labour Launch Animal Welfare Manifesto

As well as looking out for the many and not the few, Labour also wants to be a voice for the those who can’t speak up. Labour recently published an Animal Welfare Manifesto, which outlines the radical action we will take in Government to strengthen animal welfare law, promote the highest level

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Museum of Policing in Cheshire Open Day

Had a great time visiting the Museum of Policing in Cheshire at their annual Open Day on Saturday. This is a fantastic hidden gem, located in the working Warrington Police Station on Arpley street and is a day out that can be enjoyed by everyone. The guided tours are excellent and give you a

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Day of celebration for St. Wilfrid’s Church

It was fantastic to attend St. Wilfrid’s Church in Grappenhall on Sunday for their Dedication of The New Church Bells service. I was pleased to support the funding bid for new bells back in 2018 so it was great to celebrate this achievement along with the rest of the community. It was a

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Pension Awareness Day

On Pension Awareness Day I stand by all 1950s-born women in Warrington South and across the country affected by changes to the state pension age. The women affected did not have fair notification of the changes and some women have told me they did not receive any notification at all. As a

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Crumbling number of homeowners under the Tory Government

When we finally see the end to this Conservative Government, the falling numbers of people owning their own homes will be just one in a long list of failures over the last 9 years. Figures now show that the number of homeowners under the age of 45 has fallen by 900,000. This government is

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Lymm Foodbank

On Saturday I went along to support the Lymm Labour team who were collecting donations for Warrington Foodbank. Trish and her team do a tremendous job at running the foodbank – they are unsung heroes who are selflessly helping to make a difference to those who find themselves in helpless

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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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Faisal visits Warrington Hospital

I had a fantastic visit to Warrington Hospital recently. Thank you to everyone for making my visit so welcoming and informative. All the doctors, nurses and NHS staff are doing an excellent job despite huge funding cuts and increased demand. We are in desperate need of a new hospital; some of

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Latchford Fancy Dress Littler Pick

Thank you to all the little superheroes and our excellent community volunteers in Latchford where they organised a Fancy Dress litter pick. It was my pleasure to support and encourage them. What a great way of bringing community together and teach our children how to keep our area clean. Well

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