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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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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 - Councillor Bano WINS For Whalley Range Labour

Election 2021 – Bano wins in Whalley Range!

Following the election yesterday and the count today at Manchester Convention Centre which concluded at 6.30pm, Muqaddasah Bano has been declared the new councillor for Whalley Range. The final tally of votes on a turnout of 34.8% is as follows: BANO, Muqaddasah Labour 2,733 MCGUINESS, Andrew Liberal Democrat 102 MCMANUS, Beth Green 955 TANG, Andrew

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Whalley Range Labour - Bano Postal Votes for Manchester City Council Seat For Whalley Range

Postal voters – can return ballots straight away

Electors in Whalley Range ward who chose to vote by post have started to receive their voting packs from this morning, although some (especially those who have registered quite recently) may not receive their pack until next week. The pack contains two ballot papers this year and you can vote for Labour candidates on both

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