Oldham Tories have questions to answer

Most of you will be aware of the longer pieces I have written in the past about the toxicity in Oldham’s politics at the minute, if not you can read them here – https://jimmcmahoncouk.wordpress.com/…/oldhams-toxic…/ Further to this, today myself and Debbie Abrahams MP have written to the Chairman of the Conservative Party to raise concernsContinue reading “Oldham Tories have questions to answer”

An Urgent Question on Food Price Inflation

This morning I asked the Secretary of State to make a statement on food price inflation, and I was staggered by his response. He sounded like a commentator rather than the Minister responsible for food security in this country The reality for many people in Oldham and up and down the country is: work isContinue reading “An Urgent Question on Food Price Inflation”

Too many people are one crisis away from devastation

Many people are only one crisis away from their whole life falling apart. I spoke to BBC Radio 5 liveabout my own experience struggling to get by. In this #CostOfLivingCrisis we must make sure the welfare state provides a safety net when people need it. Listen below ⤵ https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=380198964070983

Time for an Emergency Budget

Last night I voted for a windfall tax on oil and gas companies to help cut your bills. It’s shameful that Tory MPs lined up to vote against it. A chance to stand up for working people feeling the pressure blocked by this Government! And this morning as inflation hits its highest point for 40Continue reading “Time for an Emergency Budget”

Tory MPs have the chance to act

Labour to force vote on windfall tax on oil and gas producer profits Today (Tuesday, 17 May) Labour is urging MPs of all political parties to vote for a one-off windfall tax on oil and gas producer profits, as the cost-of-living crisis continues to escalate. Labour’s amendment will be voted on during the Queen’s Speech debate onContinue reading “Tory MPs have the chance to act”