Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: “The County Council are putting children’s safety at risk at Lickey Hills School. They are refusing to reinstate the child bollard outside the school because police object to it. Although, it had been very successful in making...read more
Labour’s environmental spokesperson on the district council and representative of Rock Hill Ward, Cllr Harrison Rone-Clarke, called the provision of cycling across the district ‘abysmal.’ ‘For the administration to pretend that a few paintings of bikes on a couple of...read more
Comments from Cllr Peter McDonald: “Traffic outside our schools at opening and closing times is chaotic. Many motorists parking on yellow lines, zig zags and blocking off pavements, putting the safety of children at risk. It’s a miracle that we have not had a child...read more
Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: “I will be asking the Leader of the Council at the next Council Meeting to write too Chancellor Rishi Sunak not to leave low-paid workers struggling on less than the minimum wage by increasing its 80 per cent contribution to...read more
Comments from Cllr Peter McDonald: “For far too long rail users leaving Barnt Green Railway station have had to face cars coming up Fiery Hill Road at speeds well over the speed limit of 30mph. Making crossing the road quite dangerous. A speed activator has now been...read more
Holding Government to account and fighting Austerity in Conservative strongholds – A Manifesto for effective opposition
Cllr Harrison Rone-Clarke gives a fascinating insight into being both a Councillor and activist in a safe Conservative seat as well as offering a manifesto for affecting change under such conditions. Harrison has written for ‘Periscope Nottingham”, which is an independent media organisation covering issues of the 21st century whether that be capitalism’s tendency to crisis and the rise of fascism or public health crises and environmental catastrophe.
You can read Harrison’s full feature by clicking here.
Keir Starmer was elected leader of the Labour Party in April 2020, you can read about Keir by clicking here.
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