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Kate Green MP hits out at Healthier Together consultation

Kate Green, MP for Stretford and Urmston, criticised NHS proposals for changes to hospital services in Greater Manchester in a debate in parliament on Tuesday…

 

 

Kate Green sitting and listening at the Children's Commission on Poverty event

Kate supports Child lead inquiry in to the costs of going to school

Kate has supported young people gathering evidence as part of a new inquiry which has been set up to help tackle poverty across England…

 

 

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Kate’s statement on the conflict in Gaza

I have received hundreds of emails from constituents, distressed and deeply concerned at the horrific scenes of conflict and death in Gaza…

 

 

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Kate visits Urmston’s new play and learning centre

Kate attended the opening of Cheeky Cherubs, an exciting new children’s play and learning centre, on Sunday 20th July…

 

 

Kate Green with Staff and patients at the Cystic Fibrosis unit in Wyuthenshawe

Kate visits Manchester’s Cystic Fibrosis unit to see care for region’s growing population

Kate visited the Cystic Fibrosis adult Unit at Wythenshawe Hospital to hear about the positive impact on the lives of people living locally with cystic fibrosis (CF) ….

 

 


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Keep Stretford and Urmston Labour

Stretford and Urmston is a key seat here in the North West. It has been a constituency of strong Labour support for some time now, but that doesn’t mean we’re taking it for granted. I’m passionate about communicating with local people and learning more about the issues that matter to them. Donations can help us better connect with residents.

If you can give £20 today to Stretford and Urmston Labour Party, we’ll be able to print over a thousand leaflets asking people to take a second look at Labour, and take a long hard look at the Tories. If you give £100, this will enable us to make 100 calls to target voters.

Any donation you can afford will be very much appreciated.

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