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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.

  • Dreaming of a home to call your own?

    Dreaming of a home to call your own?

    Tackle the housing crisis by building a million new affordable homes. Sign the Labour party’s petition at: www.labour.org.uk/page/s/a-home-to-call-your-own

  • Eccles Giving Day 6

    Eccles Giving Day 6

    Saturday December 12th
    WE NEED YOUR HELP!

  • RHS to create new Fifth Garden in Salford

    RHS to create new Fifth Garden in Salford

    The RHS has announced their intention to invest £30 million to create a new fifth garden in Salford,

  • One million people set to lose their vote

    One million people set to lose their vote

    Changes in the voter registration system mean around one million people will be taken off the electoral register this year. Make sure you are not one of them.

  • Surplus Values

    Surplus Values

    A Labour government will always aim to reduce the deficit, but not on the backs of the most vulnerable

  • Save Walkden Sixth Form Centre

    The Conservative Government has implemented huge sustained cuts to further education funding, which has had significant implications for Salford City College

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