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  • Article: Oct 8, 2019

    Welcome to our October edition of Focus. You will read here:

    • Local Plan Update
    • The truth checking Conservative claims about Kidderminster Town Hall - what wasn't true and what might actually happen
    • Current events including: Kidderminster Town Council Awards, Comberton Litter Picking and more updates
    • Resident's Survey
  • Article: Sep 24, 2019

    Cllr Shazu Miah LLB, Liberal Democrat Candidate for Wyre Forest Constituency calls on Prime Minister, Boris Johnson to Resign.

    Speaking today, Cllr. Shazu Miah Liberal Democrat Candidate for the Wyre Forest Constituency said; " The absolutely earth shattering unanimous decision handed down from the Supreme Court today, that Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted illegally in advising Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to prorogue Parliament means that his position is completely untenable. If he has an ounce of honour in him he should resign immediately.
    By giving Her Majesty illegal advice he has brought the Monarchy into disrepute. The Supreme Court has ruled that Parliament is supreme and cannot be put to one side. I agree with Chuka Ummuna MP that Parliament should resume sitting at 11.30am tomorrow, Boris Johnson should resign and a temporary Government of National Unity should be formed."

  • Article: Jun 25, 2019

    We have a by-election in Brecon and Radnorshire!

    The current MP, a hard Tory Brexiter, has been overwhelmingly recalled by his constituents.

    And if we take this seat off the Tories and they may lose their working majority in the Commons.

    Brecon and Radnorshire is a seat that we held until 2015, and we hold the Welsh Assembly Member seat.

  • Article: Jun 25, 2019

    In the UK currently seven million people are carers. That is one in ten people and the figure is only rising as demographics change and people live longer with more disabilities and illnesses.

    Three in five of us will be carers at one point or another in our lives.

    That is why it is so important this week, Carers Week, that we understand and recognise the contribution carers make to society.