There’s no doubt that the fallout from the 2016 EU Referendum, when the country voted to leave membership of the European Union by 51.9% to 48.1%, is the most serious our country has faced over the last forty years or so. The arguments the Remain camp have against the Referendum result are many
This week’s report from the Chartered Institute for Personnel Development (CIPD) and the High Pay Centre revealed that executive pay for 2017 is not only growing at 11%, well above average worker pay increases of 2%, but that the ratio of mean CEO pay to all employees’ pay has
Check out the recent edition of my e-newsletter here. This edition contains an update on my activities across the constituency and in Parliament, including news on the Saddleworth Moorland fire, continuing rail disruption at Greenfield and chaos at the Department of Work & Pensions.
As you are aware, on Sunday the 24th June, Greater Manchester firefighters were called to a fire on Saddleworth Moor. As the fire spread, largely due to unusually hot weather combined with the moors’ flammable peat, firefighters from across the country worked day and night battling the fire and
I am very concerned the new rail timetables, due to start on May 20, will ‘play havoc’ with the family lives of commuters using Greenfield station. I have been campaigning to get better rolling stock, fares, and access for people with mobility issues at Greenfield Station. It’s really good that
I have been contacted by many constituents regarding the horrific violence at the Gaza/Israeli border. In recent days, 60 Palestinians have been killed with thousands injured. Many of us have been appalled by the scenes throughout the last six weeks, and by the deaths and injuries