After a turbulent night for the Labour party nationally, there was celebration locally for MP Kate Green as she retained her seat in Stretford and Urmston.
In 2017, Labour Party candidate Kate Green won the seat with some 69.9% of the vote. Labour had a 39.3% majority, with Conservative candidate Lisa Cooke trailing in second with 27% of the vote.
MP Kate Green says that people living with cystic fibrosis ‘deserve better’ due to the fact that a lifesaving drug still isn’t available on the NHS.
The brother of Martyn Hett, one of the 22 people killed in the Manchester Arena attack, is part of a group of politicians, trade unionists and anti-fascists who are opposing a far-right book launch in Manchester today.
MP Kate Green has pledged to promote more autism awareness in Trafford after people’s understanding of the ‘complex condition’ was deemed ‘desperately low’ by a leading charity boss.
Getting Whig-gy with it! Party candidate on Manchester comeback and challenging ‘politics of petty differences’
Despite dominating politics in the 18th and 19th centuries, it has been 150 years since the Whig Party contested an election in Manchester – but now they’re back!
The Lib Dem candidate for Stretford and Urmston is calling on volunteers to do their bit as Trafford faces cuts to youth centres and libraries.
‘Normal minded folk’ are turning against Ukip and females are being detracted to vote for them ahead of next year’s election, according to an upcoming Parliamentary candidate in Manchester.
New regulations placed under the Animal Welfare Act will require owners to have their pets microchipped and registered on a database.
Zero-working hour contracts are ‘exploitative’ and create uncertainty, Manchester MP Kate Green claims
The Labour MP has demanded an end to the contracts
Manchester MP backs campaign highlighting flaws in fit-for-work test for people with mental illnesses
The Stretford and Urmston MP has pledged her support for Rethink Mental Illness