The third in our series of pieces: how the 2017 generation of winners from Labour increased their majorities.
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The second in our series of pieces on how the 2017 generation of winners from Labour increased their majorities.
The first in a series of pieces on how the 2017 generation of winners from Labour increased their majorities.
Stephen Baines: Residents in Calderdale deserve good frontline services, not wasteful vanity projects
Labour councillors claim to care about the environment. But they have failed to tackle air pollution.
Council Tax is being put up by eight per cent. Yet public lavatories are being closed.
Council debt costs the city £11 million a year in interest payments. Our vision prioritises the creation of jobs, regeneration, and thousands of new homes.
We have reduced the number of councillors by 30 per cent and we froze allowances for nine years running.
In Loughborough, we could see how Labour had lost its “core vote”. They may be unwilling to return to the fold.
Labour claims to be concerned about what they call “voter suppression.” They should sort out their own Party.
Parvez Akhtar: The Conservatives will need to campaign hard to retain the Mayoralty of the West Midlands
The region is still strong Labour territory. We must ensure that Andy Street is at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in 2022.
We made savings which allowed us to create news teams. These work with all schools to spread tested practices to support good mental wellbeing.
Holly Whitbread: The experience of doorstep campaigning for the Conservatives has dramatically improved
We are canvassing with clear messages which are resonating. Local membership is growing, activists far are more engaged and proud to pound the streets.
If we are to win a majority in Parliament at the next General Election it is critical that we win the women’s vote.
We also need more focus on homelessness and rough sleeping to ensure it becomes a cleaner and greener town.
In 2011, we only had a couple of councillors. Now we lead it. Labour’s complacency has given us the chance to grow.