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  • The rise in fuel poverty is simply not good enough

    Rebecca Long-Bailey MP, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, commenting on a report from the Committee on Fuel Poverty, said:
    “The rise in fuel poverty is simply not good enough – we are going backwards. As the report points out, in 2019 there will still be thousands of fuel poor households living in Band F and G properties. A cold, poorly insulated home doesn’t just mean that lots of heat is wasted resulting in a high bill, it means getting ill, it means repeated visits to the doctor, a much longer recovery time and a greater pressure on the NHS.

  • BAME National Policy Forum event

    Our National Policy Forum event in June was a great success.

  • Workers' Memorial Day

    Workers' Memorial Day is held on 28 April every year, all over the world workers and their representatives conduct events, demonstrations, vigils and a whole host of other activities to mark the day.

  • Tory U-turn on Broadoak

    Salford Labour councillors are up in arms about new threats to open green space, up until now pro

  • The Osborne Tax:

    Salford Labour Council has managed to keep the council tax at zero increase for six years.

  • The council budget: the facts

    The council budget: the facts

    Between 20/11 to 2016/17 the council has had to make savings of £171 million to balance its budge

  • Financial report shows  vulnerable people are suffering

    Financial report shows vulnerable people are suffering

    The Annual Financial Survey of Salford has found that cuts to welfare benefits, falling living standards and the growth of zero hours contracts are placing local people in financial difficulty

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