Angeliki Stogia

Whalley Range Labour - Assia Shah Takes Action on Landlord Evictions During COVID

The UK housing crisis facing Labour

Housing is one of the many crisis’ facing the newly elected Labour Government. The UK Social Housing stock has been seriously depleted since Margaret Thatcher introduced the tenant Right to Buy scheme in the 80s. Many bought their council houses at knockdown rates, and flipped them to private landlords, thus netting a tidy profit in […]

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the 2024 Election dust has setted – initial Assessment

Albeit Labour recorded a resounding victory, when we extrapolate the data, there are worrying trends which we need to deal with urgently & head on. We received a lower voter share than any governing party, which is mostly down to a low turnout, tactical voting, but also as a result of Labour’s stance on the situation

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Whalley Range Labour - Labour WINS The 2024 General Election in a Landslide Victory

it’s official! Labour wins Election 2024 by a landslide!

It’s official folks! Sir Keir Starmer’s revitalised Labour Party has won the 2024 General Election by a historic landslide! Rishi Sunak has conceded defeat and is on his way to London to see the King. Further pluses, are the Minister for the 18th Century Jacob Ree Smogg, has suffered the nights major ‘Portillo moment’, losing

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Whalley Range Labour - Sir Keir Starmer Cast His Vote in The 2024 UK General Election

General Election day 2024!

Thursday 12th December 2019 marked Labour’s worst election performance for 80 years. Now, it seems like a distant nightmare which we’ll hopefully correct today. However, with high office comes huge responsibility, and the UK will be looking to us to begin the process of reversing 14 years of Tory austerity, Brexit, sleaze, economic carnage and

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Whalley Range Labour - Celebrating Manchester Caribbean Carnival 2022

Celebrating 50 years of Alex Park Carnival!

The Caribbean Carnival has been a regular fixture in the Moss Side and Whalley Range calendar since 1972. To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary this year, the Alexandra Park Heritage Group are holding a special event in Chorlton Lodge (by the park entrance from Claremont Road) at 2pm on Sunday 11 September. Whalley Range Labour councillor

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Whalley Range Labour - Manchester Caribbean Carnival Crowd 2022

Caribbean Carnival Back in Alex Park This Weekend!

It’s been fifty years since the first Manchester Caribbean Carnival took place, and this weekend will see the full two-day event returning to Alexandra Park after a hiatus caused by the Covid pandemic. Whalley Range Labour councillor Angeliki Stogia has this message: “A great many Whalley Range and Moss Side residents have family roots in

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encouraging active travel to school

The increase in car journeys to and from school over recent years is harmful to the environment, raises the risk of accidents, and damages the health of schoolchildren, parents and public alike. But the reasons why more parents are choosing to drive their children on the school run are complex – shortage of time, longer

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Whalley Range Labour - Angeliki Stogia Wins National Climate Award

Angeliki Stogia wins national climate award

On December 1, at the national Councillor Awards in London hosted by the LGIU and CCLA Good Investment, Whalley Range Labour councillor Angeliki Stogia won the zero carbon by 2038 – 12 years ahead of the Government’s own target of 2050. A key pillar of this aim was the launch of the City Centre Transport Strategy,

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Whalley Range Labour - Aftab Razak Afzal Khan and Ageliki Stogia at BMHC Tree Planting

Neighbours join BMHC to plant remembrance trees

A group of local residents and garden enthusiasts recently approached the British Muslim Heritage Centre about creating a small avenue of five new trees in the grounds, close to the College Road frontage. They proposed a range of species which will all blossom in the spring, intended to provide an annual reminder of the onset

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