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  • Labour is back as the political voice of the working class – Corbyn

    Speaking at Unite the Union’s policy conference, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the Labour Party, said that “Labour is back as the political voice of the working class” and committed the Labour party to doing “far more to give a real voice to working class communities who feel they aren’t heard in politics”.

    Corbyn hit out at thirty years of the media and the establishment claiming “class doesn’t matter anymore”, which has led to “living standards falling while inequality and insecurity grow” while “a tiny minority at the very top of society have become ever more wealthy”.

  • you can't trust the Tories with the NHS

    Not enough for the NHS

    The money announced today is not enough to save our NHS after eight years of Conservative austerity – Ashworth

  • Rebecca Long Bailey responds to Government plans to tackle the pay gap between bosses and workers

    Rebecca Long Bailey, Shadow Business, Industrial Strategy and Energy Secretary, responding to Gov

  • Fix Universal Credit

    This Council believes that the Universal Credit process is flawed and causing unnecessary hardship to local families.

  • Salford City Mayor reshuffles team

    Salford’s City Mayor has reshuffled his team to fill key posts and bring more women into his cabinet. Councillor Tracy Kelly will take over the role of Lead Member for Housing and Neighbourhoods which was held by Councillor Paul Longshaw who sadly passed away last month.

  • The rise in fuel poverty is simply not good enough

    Rebecca Long-Bailey MP, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial St

  • Government is out of step with rest of the world when it comes to tackling tax avoidance

    Peter Dowd MP, Labour’s Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting on the Public Accounts


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