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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.

  • Labour demand Peel halts bid to develop greenfield land

    Labour demand Peel halts bid to develop greenfield land

    Labour assistant mayor for planning at Salford City Council Cllr Derek Antrobus has called on Pee

  • Salford Council demands action on planning obligations

    Salford Council demands action on planning obligations

    Salford's Labour council has written to Tory minister Greg Clark demanding action on planning obligations

  • Why is attacking trade unions one of the Government’s top priorities?

    Why is attacking trade unions one of the Government’s top priorities?

    The Queen’s Speech sets the government’s agenda for the coming parliament. And today’s gave a clear sign as to what this Tory government – the first in 18 years – considers a priority: taking away workers’ right to legally go on strike.

  • Five years of Tory housing failure revealed

    Tory housing failure revealed

    The Conservatives’ failure on housing means higher rents, more homelessness, less home ownership, and fewer homes built.

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