Councillor speaks at Labour conference

Warrington Guardian: Clr Maureen McLoughlin at the conference Clr Maureen McLoughlin at the conference

SENIOR figures from the Warrington South Labour party have been playing a role in the party’s annual conference in Manchester.

On Monday Clr Maureen McLaughlin spoke on the conference stage and seconded a keynote motion on the economic hardship being caused by the Coalition Government.

The Latchford West councillor said: “I was pleased to have the opportunity to speak at the Labour Party Conference and to highlight the struggles that people in Warrington and beyond are facing.

“The motion put forward a number of policies to protect incomes and to lift children out of poverty. With a food bank opening in Warrington to help feed hungry families, this is a matter which should concern all of us."

Also attending are parliamentary spokesman Nick Bent, chairman of Warrington Young Labour Tom Jennings, and Clrs Dan Price (Great Sankey North) and Faisal Rashid (Whittle Hall).

Nick Bent said: “Labour is the only party in Warrington that is listening to people’s concerns about living standards, jobs and housing and we’re the only party offering a credible alternative to the failure and unfairness coming from Cameron, Osborne and Clegg.”

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3:13pm Wed 3 Oct 12

Nick Tessla says...

Was Councillor Patel there - he's can probably spwre the time since falling out with the Jones-Vobe clique in Warrington Labour.
Was Councillor Patel there - he's can probably spwre the time since falling out with the Jones-Vobe clique in Warrington Labour. Nick Tessla
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3:00pm Thu 4 Oct 12

ChristoB says...

The only party that cares? They created the problem and now seek to discredit those left to sort out the mess they left. They still think money grows on trees that's their problem. They're outrageous.
The only party that cares? They created the problem and now seek to discredit those left to sort out the mess they left. They still think money grows on trees that's their problem. They're outrageous. ChristoB
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