Statement from Labour Group Leader, Cllr Peter Mcdonald: Those living in the North of Worcestershire should not be charged for parking at the Waseley Hills Country Park. Bringing them in line with those who live further South of Worcestershire who are not charged for...read more
Statements from Cllr Peter McDonald: “Councillor Thompson was first elected as a Labour Councillor and let those down who supported him to become an Independent. He then let them down by joining the Conservative Party. In doing so he let down those who joined his...read more
Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: "A Worcestershire mother was shocked at the meagre contents of the food bag she received for her child in lieu of free school meals. The purported value of the food is £30, charged to the public purse, but it surely cannot be worth...read more
Comments from Cllr Peter McDonald: “The County Council is failing our children’s education by refusing to give laptops out to those in desperate need of them. Concerns are being raised over the “digital divide” among pupils during lockdown. About 9 per cent of...read more
Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: “It is time Bromsgrove District Council brought the Council to closer to its citizens with meetings consisting of officers and Councillors through Ward Meetings that would take place throughout the whole of the district. Residents...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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