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Our economy – and our nation’s future – is built on the hard work of families like those across the Wirral.
''Helping make work pay is central to our plan to building a stronger economy, one where we make sure everyone who works can afford to live” said Alison McGovern.
We will raise the minimum wage to £8 and reward companies that sign up to pay a living wage with a business rates and tax cut.
We will back those companies that help build a fairer economy.
And for 24 million working people who are feeling the cost of living crisis, we will cut income tax by bringing back the 10p income tax rate.
Making sure all work pays a decent wage will make our economy stronger.
On Wirral our economy is supported by small businesses. We will make it easier to start and grow businesses.
We’ll create a British investment bank that will lend money to new and growing businesses and we'll support small businesses by cutting business rates for 1.5 million small firms and freezing their energy bills.
Our economy – and our nation’s future – is built on the hard work of families like those across the Wirral. ''Helping make work pay is central to our plan...
Alison McGovern looks set to be the only candidate in the upcoming general election to hail from Wirral South.
Alison said “I went into politics because until I was 16 I never believed people in Westminster cared about us.”
''I want people from Wirral to go on and do great things and not have to leave our area to get the career they want.''
Alison was a former pupil at Brookhurst Primary and Wirral Girls Grammar School, before graduating from University.
She then worked for Network Rail, other national organisations and was Deputy Leader of a Labour Group before becoming an MP.
Alison works hard to represent our interests, She led campaigning to improve care and support for older people in the borough which resulted in an end to zero hours contracts and better training for staff.
''It is an honour to be Labour's candidate for Wirral South this May 7th and I look forward to continuing to serve the area where I was born and brought up'' said Alison.
The independent website They Work For You cites Alison as one of the hardest working MPs, saying that she speaks in more debates than the average Member of Parliament and asks more questions.
Alison McGovern looks set to be the only candidate in the upcoming general election to hail from Wirral South. Alison said “I went into politics because until I was 16...
Wirral hospitals are struggling under record pressure as thousands of patients arrive at A&E having failed to get an appointment with their family doctor, an official NHS England survey revealed.
And Health Watchdog Monitor has placed Arrowe Park on “the critical list” by launching an investigation into the finances of the Wirral University Hospital Trust that manages it.
Labour’s Wirral South candidate Alison McGovern said “In Wirral, around 1300 people went to an A&E department when they could not get to see a local GP – an increase of more than 20% over last year. Patients can’t get appointments with local doctors and are turning to hospital emergency departments as a last resort.”
The survey showed one in four patients waits a week or more for an appointment after the Government’s decision to abolish the 48-hour appointment guarantee after the last election.
Adding: “Many of my constituents have shared their frustration with me about having to phone their GP surgery day after day for an appointment only to be disappointed. But sadly too many people are forced to give up and go to A&E.''
“Labour’s promise to re-instate the 48-hour appointment guarantee, abolished by the Tories, and recruit 8,000 more doctors and 20,000 nurses nationally will make a difference at Arrowe Park and doctor’s surgeries across Wirral.” pledged Alison.
Wirral hospitals are struggling under record pressure as thousands of patients arrive at A&E having failed to get an appointment with their family doctor, an official NHS England survey revealed....
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