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commented 2018-04-20 16:58:05 +0100
Parking in Mount Pleasant Newcastle.Having lived here for 20 years parking is intolerable.One hundred yards further down is resident only parking.All the residents are in favour of this restriction but having been to all the authorities regarding this matter I have been unable to get action.Can you assist .Regards Barry Brash
commented 2018-04-20 16:50:54 +0100
Parking in Mount Pleasant Newcastle.I have lived at 17 Mount Pleasant for the last 20 years and now parking outside my home has become intolerable.One hundred yards further down is resident parking.How do the residents in this road achieve resident parking status.I have spoken to all the residents who are concerned about this situation and are in favour of permit parking.Can you assist as I have been to the council offices a d told it is a matter for highway,they say it’s someone else so I am in desperation writing with hope of assistance.Please call me on 619445 or 07966 456794.Regards Barry Brash
commented 2018-04-11 09:55:20 +0100
Dear Labour Party,


I writing to let you know that I will not be voting for any Labour candidate in the upcoming Local Elections.


The main reason for this is due to your parties continued support for Brexit.


I will be encouraging all my family members and friends not to vote conservative also.


Regards


Simon Mahon


Howard Place


Newcastle Under Lyme.
commented 2017-12-14 06:52:45 +0000
Car users are driving over the footpath and grass verge from the bottom of Severn Drive Clayton onto Kennet Close. The weather is nothing but an excuse as this practice goes on through the year (motorcycles included) There is a salt bin at the bottom of Severn Drive they obviously are too lazy to use it.
commented 2017-05-30 14:52:25 +0100
Dear Paul Farrelly,


The University of Bristol Special Collections collects the election leaflets which you as a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate are distributing to your constituents.


We have collections dating back to the 1890s covering all 650 constituencies and all political parties (large and small).


We would appreciate it if you could send copies of the materials you are creating to us, so that we can make them available for researchers in the future.


This page explains what we are doing: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/library/resources/specialcollections/archives/election/


Please send them by post or as email attachments.


With best wishes and thanks for your help at this very busy time.

Hannah Lowery

Archivist and Special Collections Manager

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Special Collections, Arts and Social Sciences Library, University of Bristol, Tyndall Avenue, Bristol, BS8 1TJ, 0117 928 8014, special-collections@bristol.ac.uk, twitter: @BrisUniSpColl

Blog: http://specialcollections.blogs.ilrt.org/
commented 2017-05-10 13:50:41 +0100
I have just heard Paul Farrelly on Radio 4, as a core Labour voter going back 40 years I take great offence that this individual is representing my party, clearly he is not prepared to see the bigger picture that his leader and the shadow cabinet need his support, I should like to see Mr Farrelly de-selected and replaced by ANYONE who can put their differences aside and do their level best for the party.


Whilst I can see the bigger picture I am not so full of scorn as to wish that Labour lose this seat, but Mr Farrelly has to go I am afraid because we do not need him.


Thank you
commented 2017-05-10 08:06:22 +0100
I would like a copy of your manifesto please. Can you send me one? Or advise how I can access one?
commented 2017-04-22 13:25:58 +0100
Want to help in the election. Can bring members from Congleton.
commented 2017-04-07 17:13:40 +0100
Hi,


I am just e-mailing as I am interested in supporting any councillor election campaigns for the Borough. I am happy to post leaflets to any wards, preferably those which are not currently Labour held. I am a party member within Stoke Central and live in Hartshill, so very close to the Newcastle boundary.


Thanks,

Chris
commented 2017-02-02 13:11:00 +0000
As our MP has voted against the wishes of the people who elected him and who he is PAID to represent is he now going to resign as our MP OR is the constituency party going to deselect him
commented 2017-02-01 20:13:59 +0000
If Paul Farrelly’s name has appeared on the list of 114 MPs by mistake, please ignore this message.


Otherwise, if he has voted against Article 50 (and therefore against the Labour Party, his constituency and his country) and thus shown himself unfit to be our Member of Parliament, I would be interested in knowing when he is going to resign or be deselected and when the by-election will be.
commented 2016-07-12 23:28:30 +0100
With regard to your previous remarks of not wishing to engage in public discussion on my previous contact.


My Statement remains that I have No MP Representation.


Elderly and there carers are at risk.


False record keeping and financial mismanagement has not been challenged.


Further to my views this website default is to publish contact requests so therefore I am not responsible for my legitimate concerns being viewed by the public.
commented 2016-06-30 21:51:56 +0100
Hi


I’m a recent member , living in Wolstanton – how do I find out a list of upcoming local meetings for the year ahead and start to receive minutes of previous meetings


I get invites occasionally but it’s always too short notice and ibwant to plan ahead so I can attend
commented 2016-06-08 21:44:45 +0100
To express my feelings about your recent Local Voice leaflet. I will not be convinced by lies and omissions. Refusing to mention immigration does not mean it’s not a valid issue and the ‘£30m EU funding for Keele’ is simply a lie the UK has always been a net contributor and monies for such projects come from the UK taxpayer and will continue if we wish even if we exit the eu.
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commented 2016-06-06 16:12:44 +0100
‘re European Union referendum. Instead of spending money conning people over the European Union. Sort out the town centre. Several people over the past week commented there is no where in the TOWN CENTRE TO BUY A SMALL LOAF OF BREAD. Plenty of pubs, charity shops, cafes, The market is pitiful, farmers market finishes at 2pm disgraceful, deeting fewer and fewer stalls every month. Pitiful bus service for Westlands. 1bus just 3times a day. Mainly used by pensioners /disabled. Yet Cornyn young students get buses every 10mins. At worst an insult to the elderly who contributed in taxes over many years. Priority given to youth over the elderly. DISCRIMINATION OF THE ELDERLY. Obsessed with the European Union because students want easy life. Cornyn likes to negotiate, well he would be well advised to negotiate with isis and the European Union. There’s no demoralizing in Labour anymore. I am no fan of the Tory party but at least their mps had the democratic right to choose.
commented 2016-04-27 17:38:06 +0100
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commented 2016-03-21 16:43:14 +0000
TUSC Staffordshire


To Labour candidates in the 5 May 2106 Newcastle Borough Council local elections

We are writing this letter to local Labour Party candidates to try and arrange a convenient time for you to meet a delegation of trade unionists and anti-austerity activists to discuss how we can build on Jeremy Corbyn’s call for councils to stand together and refuse to implement government cuts.

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC), co-founded by the late Bob Crow, is determined that working class people should not pay for a crisis that we did not cause, and we are happy to work together with Labour representatives who take the same stance.

We believe that Jeremy Corbyn is right to highlight the potential that councils have to resist austerity. English councils still control budgets totalling £114 billion pounds, over one fifth of all public spending, and have more financial powers than is commonly realised. Even the previous Con-Dem government’s ‘localism agenda’, continued by the new Tory government, is dual-edged. Aiming to ‘devolve the axe’ to councils to cut local public services, by giving local authorities a ‘power of competence’ to do “anything apart from that which is specifically prohibited”, the Tories have potentially given councils a greater power to resist – if they use it. TUSC has a core policy platform for local councils which can be found on our website at ……….. http://www.tusc.org.uk/17112/09-09-2015/the-tusc-2016-local-elections-draft-policy-platform

No cuts budgets

In the last couple of years TUSC has worked with councillors in Southampton, Hull and Leicester to present legally compliant no cuts budgets to the annual budget-making meeting. Based on the use of reserves and councils’ borrowing powers, they were designed in each case to buy time for the council to organise a broad public campaign to compel the government to restore its funding. Unfortunately, on each occasion, the alternative budgets were rejected by the majority Labour groups.

One reason for doing so was that each council Labour group felt itself to be facing the government’s cuts on its own. But surely that shouldn’t be the case now, with Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader? TUSC believes that in the new situation opened up by Jeremy Corbyn’s victory, there really is no reason why Labour councils should not combine together and refuse to implement the Tories’ brutal austerity agenda.

That is why we would like to have a face-to-face meeting with Labour candidates in the forthcoming Borough Council elections to discuss the possibilities of joint action against austerity, based on Newcastle-under-Lyme council joining with others to present no cuts budgets at the earliest opportunity.

We look forward to your reply

Yours

Andy Bentley

TUSC Staffordshire organiser

07845893607
commented 2015-12-16 16:04:54 +0000
Dear Stephen,

Thank you for your comment. Having followed this up we have ascertained that considerable efforts have been made to help you. May we also point out that Staffordshire County Council is under the control of the Conservative Party. We would be happy to provide you with contact details should you wish to pursue your concerns with them.

May we forewarn you that we do not wish to engage in a protracted public conversation on this matter, mainly out of respect for your own expectation of confidentiality.

We have emailed a more detailed response to you.
@stephenbourne2 tweeted link to this page. 2015-12-15 22:37:14 +0000
Real Safeguarding for Vulnerable Adults http://www.newcastlelabour.com/contact?recruiter_id=1785
commented 2015-12-15 22:36:09 +0000
I hold A Report showing the Extent of underhand and failed Social care in Newcastle Under Lyme.

This is An issue which i tried to bring to my so called MP Mr P Farrely and other various Councillors.


Your parties conduct has been appalling in this matter and the whole debacle has been treated with complete disregard by yourselfs.


I am now in a position to hold Staffordshire cc and the local trust to account for its many adult social care failings and disregard for both my late granddads rights and my own.


Yours Unrepresented


Stephen Bourne
commented 2015-05-08 08:52:57 +0100
Just wondering, if we don’t tick ’ Don’t post this publicly’ and it appears publicly, does our email address also appear?

Best regards.

:-)
commented 2015-04-01 12:52:53 +0100
Press releases – can you add me to your list for any press releases please. These will appear on my blog, https://barrymilford.wordpress.com/

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