£2.6 million for roads in Wirral

News that £2.6 million has been awarded to Wirral Council for improving roads and pavements has been welcomed by Conservative Councillors.  This followed £270,000 given to Wirral Council to tackle pot holes. 

Lingham litter pick goes spite of the weather

The latest community litter pick organised by the local Conservatives went ahead today, in spite of the weather.  Organised by Councillor Bruce Berry, bags were filled with litter from around Lingham Park by volunteers.

More powers to support survivors of domestic abuse

Today, marking International Women’s Day, the Prime Minister has launched a review into new laws and stronger powers to put safety and support for survivors at the heart of Government efforts to stamp out Domestic Abuse.

Time to scrap the Wirral View

Conservative Councillors in Wirral are stepping up their campaign to scrap Wirral View, and put the money into school crossing patrols instead.

The budget, passed by Labour Councillors on Monday, includes a further £140,000 to be spent on the controversial newspaper.

1,660 fewer of Wirral's young people out of work

The number of 18-24 year olds out of work in Wirral has fallen again - down to 880 in January, compared to 2,540 five years ago.

This week is National Apprenticeship Week and is part of a plan by the Conservatives to work with employers to create more apprenticeships.

Home Secretary visits Wirral's Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre

During her visit to Wirral, the Home Secretary, The Rt. Hon. Amber Rudd MP, praised the work of Wirral's Rape & Sexual Abuse (RASA) Centre.

The Centre was established by Jo Wood MBE, close to where Diane Sindall was raped and murdered in 1986.

OPINION: Cut the guff and management waffle

The Leader of the Conservative Group, Cllr. Ian Lewis, writes in this week's Wirral Globe

What kind of Council do you want? 

It sounds obvious, but too often local councils don’t ask the people they are supposed to serve.  Or if they ask, they don’t actually listen.