Labour today is not the same party that your parents may have supported

In this video, David, a former Labour voter explains why, in December's election, he voted Conservative for the first time.

Here in the Wallasey constituency, we regularly meet people who still vote Labour nationally but who now support our work locally. 

If you think of yourself as a Labour voter, have a look at the video and see if you agree with David and join us here

Social landlords and Wirral Council have been slammed by the Leader of the Borough's Conservative Group for failing to provide homes that people need.
Latest figures show a record 8,810 families waiting for accommodation in Wirral.
Councillor Ian Lewis said: "The Town Hall, by failing to produce a Local Plan since 2004, has failed to identify the brownfield sites in the borough that could be redeveloped to meet our housing needs.

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New figures have revealed that 520 new businesses have been set up in the Wallasey constituency since 2010 - creating more jobs and apprenticeships for local residents.

The figures, from the Office for National Statistics, show that the number has grown from 1,460 businesses based here in 2010 to 1,980 now.

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Wallasey PO Box 269, WIRRAL CH29 9GB
0151 936 1489 (24 hour answerphone)