Debbie: help us defend free school meals

I am backing calls by The Children’s Society for the Government to rethink their plans around free school meals under Universal Credit. Currently, as Universal Credit is rolled out, all children who live in a household receiving this new benefit will receive a free school meal. 

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New Year’s Message

A happy new year to everyone in Oldham and Saddleworth!  I hope, like me, you were lucky enough to spend some time with family and friends over the Christmas holidays and had a chance to relax a little as we say goodbye to 2017. And what a year 2017 was! In political terms the highlight

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Seasons Greeting’s & final E-newsletter for 2017

The final edition of my e-newsletter for 2017 can be found here!  This edition contains information on the office opening hours and an update on my activities over the year.  For more regular news you can like my page on Facebook or follow me on twitter @Debbie_abrahams

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November 2017’s edition of my E-newsletter

November’s edition of my e-newsletter can be found here. This edition contains information on the Budget, and constituency and parliamentary updates.  For more regular news you can like my page on Facebook or follow me on twitter @Debbie_abrahams

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Boundary Commission publish revised proposals

The Boundary Commission have published their revised proposals to redraw the parliamentary constituency boundaries but I believe they are still unfair, undemocratic and unacceptable.  Whilst it is encouraging to see the commissioners have agreed to unite the Saddleworth

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Labour’s promise to the many, not just the few

As the head of NATO recently stated: the world is at its most dangerous point in a generation. Catastrophic weather events, millions trying to escape violence, the threat of conflict, or destitution, all point to the unprecedented times we live in. The United Kingdom may seem on the periphery

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