Frank Field MP
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I receive dozens of emails, letters and calls every week from local residents whose lives have been made a misery for one reason or another. Some are having to survive on very little money because of problems with their tax credit or benefit claim. Others encounter problems with the traffic in their road or the condition of their home. And reports sometimes flood in of the criminal damage caused to people’s property following a spate of antisocial behaviour. While many of the matters...
A Birkenhead resident will spend a day in the cells on Saturday, August 22, all in the name of charity. James Morgan’s mother passed away in September 2011 following a long struggle against Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It is a debilitating lung disease with no preventive medication. Her last year of life, James tells me, was one of immense struggle. Her final three months of life were spent in Arrowe Park. Since then James has embarked on a series of charity challenges in...
My advent into Birkenhead in 1979 was due to the three musketeers – Peter Roberts, Bill Nock, and Bill Lungley. These three were members of a trade union branch at Port Sunlight and this branch gave me my only nomination so I could be considered as Labour’s parliamentary candidate in the 1979 election. Almost immediately after the local Party had chosen their parliamentary candidate to replace Edmund Dell, we were tipped into a General Election during the ‘winter of...
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