Conor McGinn

MP for St Helens North

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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.

Latest News

Conor visits Lansbury Bridge School and Sports College

Speaking after the visit, Conor said: “I was impressed with the fantastic work and atmosphere at Lansbury Bridge when I met some of the staff, pupils and governors. And, I was glad to get the chance to talk to one of the students, Ben Smith, who touched everyone after his mother, Gail Twist, posted online […]

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Conor urges young people to take up meningitis vaccine

Conor McGinn is encouraging young people to protect themselves from a deadly strain of bacterial meningitis. He has backed calls from Meningitis Now after a worrying increase of 809% in meningococcal (group W) meningitis cases in the past five years. The government launched a vaccination programme to protect young people aged 14-15 through schools, and […]

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Conor & St Helens Labour support national education campaign day

St Helens Labour activists will be in Church Square, St Helens between 11.00am and 1.00pm tomorrow Saturday the 1st of October as part of Labour’s campaign to oppose Tory plans to bring back grammar schools. Conor is pictured here with Cllr Andy Bowden, St Helens Council Cabinet Member for Education. St Helens Labour opposes the […]

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Conor hears about plans at Newton family and community centre

Conor met Fiona Ruddy to catch up on the latest news about Newton family and community centre. Over a cup of tea at Chouxchouxbedoo café on Newton High Street because the centre’s kitchen was being refurbished, the centre’s chair Fiona told Conor about plans to run a new dementia café. The centre also has a […]

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