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#792496 - 8th May 2013 4:26pm local labour councillor
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Hi does anyone know who wirral's local labour councillor is and how i get in touch thanks x

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#792501 - 8th May 2013 4:44pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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http://democracy.wirral.gov.uk/mgMemberIndex.aspx?bcr=1

This should be able to tell you - depends what Ward you live in in Wirral

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#792502 - 8th May 2013 4:45pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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I think you will find the Wirral has about 30 labour councillors
It depends where you live.

Liscard 3
Seacombe 3
New Brighton 3
Moreton none
Leasowe 2 and 1 conservative Ian Lewis
Wallasey Village none

www.wirral.gov.uk you will find your councillor on that site

Angela Eagle is the Labour member of parliament for Wallasey.
eaglea@parliament.uk
Her office in Wallasey 0151 637 1979
Do you have to use a labour councillor


Edited by saltytom (8th May 2013 4:47pm)

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#792503 - 8th May 2013 4:47pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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Thanks yeah as i sent my local conservative an email and lets just say her reply was less than impressive lol x

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#792516 - 8th May 2013 5:15pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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#792540 - 8th May 2013 7:08pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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Don't expect anything but rubbish from the local MP's, they have the job for 5 years and the constituents can be put on the shelf until they are required to vote them back in again in 2015, 2015 will I think come as a suprise when they don't get voted back in.

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#792652 - 9th May 2013 9:42am Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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As we only have to lady conservative councillors in Wallasey and I know both of them to be very hard working.

Sometimes we ask a question only to get the answer we do not want to hear, that does not mean they have not tried.

You can always go to the powers that be and make a complaint.

Angela Eagle is a good MP maybe you should contact her details above.

davew3-- Angela Eagle is bullet proof as is Frank Field not my favourites but good MPs unless the resign they are in for life.

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#792670 - 9th May 2013 12:00pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: davew3]
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Originally Posted By: davew3
Don't expect anything but rubbish from the local MP's, they have the job for 5 years and the constituents can be put on the shelf until they are required to vote them back in again in 2015, 2015 will I think come as a suprise when they don't get voted back in.


The thread is about councillors, not MPs.

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#792753 - 9th May 2013 4:32pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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it wasn't the fact she didn't try it was the way in which she replied considering she is our local councillor and has prob written lots of emails she could have worded things better. And I have sent an email to Angela Eagle just awaiting a reply x

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#792771 - 9th May 2013 5:19pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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angela eagle rarely replies. dont hold your breath.

she has her surgery at the town hall 6-7pm tomorrow- if she can be bothered turning up.
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#792818 - 9th May 2013 7:01pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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Angela Eagle has to reply she is monitored for response rate as is every MP

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#798746 - 6th Jun 2013 2:48pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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still waiting on a reply from angela eagle maybe she really doesnt have to reply to every message lol x

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#798747 - 6th Jun 2013 2:55pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: princessxx]
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whether she has to or not- she dousn't.

Got an apt with her tomorrow, will be asking her why she not reply to my emails.
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#798799 - 6th Jun 2013 7:31pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
whether she has to or not- she dousn't.

Got an apt with her tomorrow, will be asking her why she not reply to my emails.


Why not ask her why she paid a whopping £1,180 for a new bed and claimed it on expenses which we the taxpayers were expected to pay? Tell her the shop on the corner in Liscard sells them for £199 and to PAY OUT OF HER OWN POCKET!

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#799056 - 7th Jun 2013 10:44pm Re: local labour councillor [Re: mark1970]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
whether she has to or not- she dousn't.

Got an apt with her tomorrow, will be asking her why she not reply to my emails.


Why not ask her why she paid a whopping £1,180 for a new bed and claimed it on expenses which we the taxpayers were expected to pay? Tell her the shop on the corner in Liscard sells them for £199 and to PAY OUT OF HER OWN POCKET!
Probably a good thing that I did not see this post prior to tonights meeting!!

To add a bit of 'background' to my original post about meeting with Angela- this was not at her Surgery, it was a pre-arranged private meeting that I attended as a member of a Wirral based group concerned about the implications of Cuts.

We had a list of questions for her, that by request she had recieved in advance. Perhaps 12 in total covering a whole range of issues that are relevant locally.

In April,myself and others from a local Bedroom Tax Campaign Group visited Angela, at her Surgery,with a hard copy of an e-mail that we had sent her.

She PROMISED to reply and was provided with my personal email address and that of our local Bedroom Tax Group email address- of which I am Secretary.

Anyhow, I asked her why she had not replied to either our email nor hard copy, to which she replied 'I Have'! and handed me a generic statement on creamy, expensive looking official Government paper.

I pointed out that the date on this paper was FEBUARY 2013 and she replied "Uh, well that's what I say"
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