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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, MP for St Helens North, met with the new Chair of St Helens Chamber, Graham Worsley, to talk about his role and vision for businesses in the borough. Graham, who is also Chairman of GPW Recruitment based in Windle, is a highly successful businessman with a strong commitment to St Helens. GPW has […]
Conor McGinn, MP for St Helens North, paid a visit to BOC’s nitrogen and hydrogen plant in Moss Bank in St Helens. Whilst there he looked around the site and met with Site Manager, Chris Jeal, and Grant Holland, Head of Energy Strategy, to hear about their concerns over increasing energy costs. The St Helens […]
The Chancellor’s Budget is falling apart after just a couple of days. His £2 billion hike on National Insurance paid by the self-employed is so unpopular that even Tory MPs are lining up to attack Philip Hammond over the broken Tory manifesto pledge. In St Helens North, his plan to raise National Insurance Contributions (NICs) […]
Conor McGinn MP has backed International Women’s Day and called for the Chancellor to deliver a Spring Budget that works for women. International Women’s Day, held on 8 March, marks a celebration of the economic, social, cultural and political achievements of women. This year the 2017 Spring Budget falls on International Women’s Day and Conor […]
Conor McGinn calls for Government U-turn on decision to scrap bursaries for student nurses and midwives
Conor has called on the Government to drop its plans to abolish bursaries for student nurses and midwives. NHS bursaries are due to be scrapped from August in a move that could leave students paying tuition fees of more than £9,000 and forced to rely on student loans. But Conor is fighting the move which […]