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"Almost two years ago I was sat on my settee eating a cream cake...and then....the contractions started."

Show your support for Born in Salford

The local Clinical Commissioning Group – one of the new NHS bodies - is considering options for the maternity unit at Salford Royal hospital. One is to close the unit. This will mean no more babies born in Salford.

Congratulations to Rebecca Long-Bailey

Congratulations to Rebecca Long-Bailey our new candidate for Salford and Eccles.

Plans for Burgess Farm to be Reviewed

Labour councillors have voted overwhelmingly to ask Redrow Homes to review their plans for the Burgess Farm site in Walkden.

Foodbank collection a success

We would like to thank everyone who donated food during our collection at Salford precinct on Saturday morning in support of local foodbanks.

Welcome to salford labour party

The Labour party is proud of its long record in Salford. Since 1920 it has been working for the rights and benefit of all of Salford’s citizens. We are all now facing an horrendous attack on public services which is hitting the most vulnerable in our communities.

In these austere times we are working to make the best from this cruel governments austerity programme. The ConDem government is making cuts which have to be implemented by Labour councils up and down the country and in Salford we are trying our hardest to offset any cuts which hurt those least able to bear it.

If you would like to join the labour Party and help fight back please follow the link at the bottom of the page..

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"Almost two years ago I was sat on my settee eating a cream cake...and then....the contractions started."

The local Clinical Commissioning Group – one of the new NHS bodies - is considering options for the maternity unit at Salford Royal hospital. One is to close the unit. This will mean no more babies born in Salford.

Congratulations to Rebecca Long-Bailey our new candidate for Salford and Eccles.

Labour councillors have voted overwhelmingly to ask Redrow Homes to review their plans for the Burgess Farm site in W

We would like to thank everyone who donated food during our collection at Salford precinct on Saturday morning in support of local foodbanks.

Glenda Jackson's speech about Iain Duncan Smith and the DWP

Most people in Worsley will be embarrassed by W Newham's parochial and partisan letter to the Manchester Evening Ne

HMRC need more cash to catch North West minimum wage dodgers says TUC

The Under Secretary of State, Brandon Lewis MP, accepted an invitation from City Mayor Ian Stewart to come on a fact finding mission to Salford

Your local maternity services are under threat again. Please sign our petition.

3rd April 1925 – 14th March 2014

Petition by Ian Stewart - Salford City Mayor

I am calling on David Cameron to sit down with an all-party delegation from Salford to see how we can work together to mitigate the worst effects of austerity

Just watch this two films to find out.

The Tory Government promised ‘localism’ and said they would give communities more say about development in their area.

Tenants who have claimed housing benefit continuously since the 1st January 1996 for the same home could be exempt

A letter from Ian Stewart to the Prime Minister

A report from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation shows that the number of families living below the breadline has risen to over ten million.

David Cameron declared that there isn’t a cost-of-living crisis, that it doesn’t exist. But the Prime Minister can’t make millions of people’s experiences disappear.

Community banking will help to rebuild our recession-battered community. We could be a model for change.

This Saturday is a big day for us -- it's the launch of our #CostofCameron campaign, and we have over a hundred events planned across the country.

Salford City Mayor Ian Stewart said: “I am heartbroken and deeply shocked by Paul’s death.

Neil won the by election held on the 7th January with 46% of the vote following a great campaign in the ward.

1918 - 2013

David Cameron is still failing to stand up to the energy companies.