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It is a great privilege and honour to represent the people of St Helens North in the House of Commons. As I said in my maiden speech I am determined to work hard for the constituency. I will fight every day for our community, championing jobs and investment, standing up for the most vulnerable, and always defending the interests of our area. I hold regular surgeries in the constituency. If you would like to attend further details can be found on the Contact page. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any issues of concern or any feedback you would like to share.
Conor McGinn has welcomed a grant of almost £500,000 to Heart of Glass that will help St Helens women learn about their past. The award from Arts Council England is part of a national scheme to stimulate ambition and excellence in the arts. Heart of Glass will use the £487,500 grant for a major two-year […]
Conor has urged the Government to boost voter turnout in the election for Liverpool’s first metro mayor. The St Helens North MP warned ministers must strive to avoid a repeat of the first elections for Police and Crime Commissioners when voting levels across the country were very low. Conor said that it was vital that turnout was […]
Conor called in at Haydock Community and Sports Club to meet pensioners at their bi-weekly get together and bingo session. Community activist Barbra Burgess organises the sessions to bring together local residents, PCSOs and ward councillors to give them the chance to meet and chat at the club in Ireland Road. Around 30 to 40 […]
Conor has again met campaigners battling unjust pension changes that hit women born in the 1950s to reiterate his support for their fight. He is backing the campaign mounted by Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) against the impact of the coalition and now the Tory government’s move to raise the state pension age for women. […]
Conor has met World of Glass boss Ron Helsby to talk about its role in St Helens’ bid to stage the Great Exhibition of the North in 2018. The visit came after Conor had already thrown his support behind the exciting bid to host the exhibition that would coincide with the borough’s 150th anniversary and provide a […]