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  • Tories give Peel new hope on Broadoak development

    Tory ministers have given Peel Holdings new hope for their plan to build 600 new homes on land at Broadoak in Worsley which Salford council has so far protected.
    The land was designated ‘Worsley Greenway’ in a policy championed by Labour veteran Ben Wallsworth, the city’s planning chief for 30 years from the 1970s.

    He believed that land provided a vital green lung between Walkden, Worsley and Monton. Labour councillors have also proposed that the land should be better protected by being given greenbelt status in Salford’s new Local Plan.

  • Privatising our rail infrastructure would be an irresponsible move

    The last thing our railways need is another layer of fragmentation and complexity

  • Salford’s Housing Crisis

    It is hard to ignore the devastating vision of growing numbers of homeless people on our streets

  • sign reads "homeless & hungry - god bless you"

    Poverty: the scourge of modern Britain

    Poverty is the scourge of modern Britain, with low-wage, low skilled jobs becoming the norm as a product of the Tory economic ‘recovery’.

  • Tories fail to answer questions about Concentrix

    The Government still refuses to answer some basic questions on Concentrix – Rebecca Long-Bailey

  • shame over shocking child homelessness figures

    John Healey MP, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Housing, commenting on new child homelessn

  • End the Work Capability Assessments

    Scrap the Work Capability Assessments

    Theresa May needs to take responsibility for her part in these disastrous social security reforms


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