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Manchester Gorton

Manchester Central

Blackley and Broughton

Manchester WIthington

Wythenshawe and Sale East

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  • Dr Jackie Pearcey
    Article: Aug 9, 2018


    When you ask your Labour councillors in Manchester if potholes can be fixed they will tell you that they don't have the money because of government cuts, and yet £18 million of money set aside to repair our roads went unspent last year. That's not cuts, it's incompetence.

    Manchester Council today announced the next phase of Manchester's highways investment but completely failed to admit that their mismanagement of our city means nearly £18m has been wiped from this year's spending.

  • John Bridges
    Article: Aug 9, 2018


    National campaign group Best for Britain and Manchester's Opposition Liberal Democrats, are calling on the City Council to pass an official policy motion in support of a the final say on the Brexit deal.

    In the referendum in 2016 Manchester voted by a large majority to remain in the European Union, and with thousands of jobs in the City under threat, and EU Grants that have helped rebuild the city no longer available, Manchester will be much worse off out under any Brexit deal.

  • Cllrs Jamie Hargreaves and Alice Mann
    Article: Aug 6, 2018

    Liberals in Colne were celebrating after their double victory in the Waterside Ward By-election for Colne Town Council on Thursday 2nd August.

    The result was:
    ALICE MANN - Liberal Democrat 394 elected
    JAMIE HARGREAVES - Liberal Democrat 356 elected
    Nathan McCollum - Conservative 187
    Linda McCollum - Conservative 186
    Tony Harmson - Labour 185
    Patricia Hannah-Wood - Labour 180

    The result meant that the Liberal Democrats gained one seat from Labour and held one seat. The turnout was 21.49%

    The successful candidates said: "Thank you for electing us. We will do our best to repay voters' support in the coming months."

  • Article: Jul 26, 2018

    Manchester's Labour bosses stand accused of paying lip-service to making buildings disabled accessible as they fail to include suitable wheelchair access in the planning conditions for their latest sacred cow, a £ 112 million arts centre, to be called "The Factory" on the site of the former Granada Studios.