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Hoylake Beach: Co-Leaders Write To Natural England

Cllrs Pat Cleary and Jo Bird outline detailed concerns regarding the future beach management plan for Hoylake We write regarding the ongoing efforts to update the management plan for Hoylake Beach. In doing so we have taken advice from people with scientific expertise in the current condition and evolution of Hoylake Beach and a passionate […]

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Labour/Tory Coalition is Letting Wirral Down

Wirral Greens respond to letter from the Independent Assurance Panel The final letter from the independent panel is welcome news. It allows Wirral Council to move on from the failures of past Labour administrations and focus on delivering for the people of Wirral, notwithstanding the significant challenges of delivering core services within a budget constrained […]

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Deceiving the public

Labour and Tory councillors are not being straight with residents about the future of Hoylake Beach Gail Jenkinson and Jane Turner at Hoylake Beach Labour and Conservative councillors have voted to clear a large part of Hoylake Beach in the full knowledge that the regulator Natural England will never grant approval for their proposals. In […]

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Metro Mayoral Elections: Green Candidate statement

Green Party candidate Tom Crone says he wants a ‘fairer, greener, better Liverpool City Region’ Liverpool mayoral candidate: Tom Crone Originally from Norfolk, 43-year-old Mr Crone leads the Green Party group on Liverpool City Council. People living in the Liverpool City Region (the five Merseyside metropolitan boroughs of Liverpool, Knowsley, St Helens, Sefton and Wirral, […]

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Amanda Onwuemene for Green Party Police and Crime Commissioner

Policing vulnerable people and increasing resources for specialist training Cllr Amanda Onwuemene MSc Amanda was born and grew up in Toxteth before moving to the Wirral as a child. She worked in Toxteth for many years and currently works in the Sefton Park area as a Psychotherapist. Amanda is also the current, twice elected Green […]

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Tom Crone for Green Metro Mayor

Liverpool City Region Elections Crowdfunder Elections for the next Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor take place on 2nd May this year. The Green Party are pleased to announce their candidate is Tom Crone, Leader of Liverpool Greens and Green Councillor for St. Michaels. Tom says: “I am standing for Metro-Mayor because I want to see […]

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Labour and Tories Vote Down Flagship Market Plans

Cllr Pat Cleary delivers his verdict on the decision taken regarding the future of Birkenhead Market.  28.03.24 Tonight was a big night for Birkenhead. Green councillors voted for a flagship market for Birkenhead, refurbishing the existing site. Labour and Tory councillors voted together to squash the market into the former Argos store, under a car […]

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Wirral Residents Exposed to Excessive Sewage Spills – Green Party Calls for Action

New figures reveal a significant increase in sewage spills across Wirral in 2023, raising concerns about environmental and public health risks. Key Findings: The Green Party Calls for Action: The Green Party emphasises the need for public ownership of water companies. They point out that United Utilities, the sole provider in Wirral, paid out £646 […]

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Wirral Co-leaders Demand a Fairer, Greener Borough

At budget council, Jo Bird and Pat Cleary made the case that Wirral can do so much more to be a fairer and greener borough Pat Cleary and Jo Bird outside Birkenhead Town Hall Cllr Pat Cleary said: It is rare to see a budget with no proposed amendments and a broad consensus around its […]

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