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Tougher action to enforce the National Living Wage

More than 13,000 of the UK’s lowest paid workers will get around £2 million in back pay as part of the government’s scheme to name employers who have failed to pay National Minimum Wage and Living Wage.

Have your say on Wirral Labour's Bin Plans

Since the Town Hall introduced a charge to collect 'garden waste' (the brown bin), the number of people taking part has dropped.  That has resulted in less waste being recycled overall.

Wirral jobless falls again

Official employment figures released today (13 September 2017) show that there are now a record number of people in work, the highest level since records began in 1971. The figures, released by the Office of National Statistics, also show that unemployment is at 4.3%, the lowest since 1975.

Conservative Government backs British shipbuilding

The Conservative Government has unveiled an ambitious new National Shipbuilding Strategy and local Conservative Councillors are pushing for a share of the new shipbuilding work to come to Merseyside.

Voting now open for Britain's favourite parks!

A new competition by Keep Britain Tidy is inviting residents to vote for their favourite park.  All 25 of Wirral's Green Flag parks are eligible, along with the other 1,772 award winning Green Flag Award parks in the rest of the country.