Liberal Democrats Welcome Former Labour Members Into The Fold

Liberal Democrats Welcome Former Labour Members Into The Fold
February 21, 2019

Two high profile local councillors have made the switch from Labour to the Liberal Democrats. Cllr Peter Astell and Cllr Tom Astell made the switch bringing with them a wealth of experience.

Their move has certainly been welcomed by Cllr Denis Healy. He also confirmed the pair would be contesting the Minster Woodmansey seats in the upcoming local elections. 

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Health Secretary is Mr Scrooge Says Labour’s George McManus 

Health Secretary is Mr Scrooge Says Labour's George McManus 
December 28, 2018

Local Labour Party member George McManus has called the Health Secretary Mr Scrooge. His comments following the government’s announcement to slash public spending on health.

Mr McManus says that the latest round of spending cuts will have a devastating effect. He is also concerned that they will hit some of the most venerable in the community.

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Local Labour Movement Want To Relocate Beverley Police Station

Local Labour Movement Want To Relocate Beverley Police Station
February 7, 2018

Beverley and Holderness Labour Party are putting forward an idea to relocate Beverley Police Station from New Walk to the vacated St Nicholas School site.

They say the idea has come as a result of campaigners who concerned about anti social behaviour are which is why they are lobbying for the relocation of Beverley’s police station.

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Beverley’s Labour Movement Give Warm Welcome For New Leader

Beverley's Labour Movement Give Warm Welcome For New Leader
November 20, 2017

News that former Pocklington School pupil Richard Leonard has been elected as the new leader of the Scottish Labour Party has been warmly welcomed by local campaigners.

After learning he had won the ballot to become the new leader north of the boarder, Mr. Leonard said he was aiming to be the next Labour First Minister in Scotland.

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Sheltered Housing Consultation Extension Welcomed By Key Figures

Sheltered Housing Consultation Extension Welcomed By Key Figures
November 8, 2017

News that East Riding of Yorkshire council have extended the consultation period over plans to remove wardens from sheltered housing has been welcomed by campaigners.

George McManus from the Labour Party in Beverley and LimDem Cllr Denis Healy, who represents Beverley St Mary’s Ward have backed the authorities plans to extend the period of consultation till 15 December. 

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