Domestic violence – Cllr Paul Stuart addresses a conference in the Floral Pavilion

Taken from Paul’s address to the conference. People say its complex, I don’t agree, it’s not complex, it’s straight forward.IT’S NEVER OK. Domestic abuse is everyone’s issue, the answer to tackling it goes beyond statutory authorities and partner agencies, it is everybody’s responsibility – community groups, community leaders and members of the public, businesses and …

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“Nobody could have foreseen the crash of 2008” – A contribution to discussion of the tasks facing a Labour Government.

  Before the world-wide financial crash of 2008 the popular refrain had seemed to be ‘there is really no longer any reason for the old arguments between left and right in the new global economy of today’. Yet weren’t the wheels of the “…new global economy…” already visibly falling off well before the crash of …

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Chris to continue as Labour candidate for Seacombe Ward in May 2019

We are delighted to report that Cllr Chris Jones was adopted, with the total support of her branch, to again stand for Labour, here in Seacombe Ward, in May 2019.  Her success was warmly welcomed by her fellow Labour councillors Paul and Adrian – to continue in a strong team that has consistently won overwhelming …

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FORTY YEARS IN LABOUR’S NHS – Seacombe’s Cllr Chris Jones shares her view of where it is now.

8th October 2018 During her career of forty years Chris has been a general nurse – first in Newport, South Wales; a Ward Sister in Glen O’Dee hospital in the North of Scotland – and a Ward Manager in Psychiatry here in Wirral. Chris said: “It certainly doesn’t feel like that long. There can’t be many …

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