Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: “I have been approached by a number of people who are extremely concerned that they will be prosecuted should they park their car in the dead-end part of Birmingham Road near the A38: to take walks through the woods that are open to...read more
Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald “I was shocked to receive complaints from residents who were concerned at horses charging up what is known as the Easy Access Trail: which was developed some years ago to make it easier for the elderly, mothers and toddlers and the...read more
Comments from Cllr Peter McDonald: "On the 18th December there were 607 pupils in Worcestershire schools that had tested positive with coronavirus, this included post 16. The total number of staff that tested positive was 385, The number of teachers who tested...read more
Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: “The Tory Controlled Council in its obsession with outsourcing is handing over the Car Park that feeds ASDA to ASDA for the next five years on a rental agreement. This means the council has lost control of one of the main car parks...read more
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
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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