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Conor & Labour: free school meals for all primary school children in St Helens

Conor McGinn MP has welcomed the Labour Party’s pledge that the next Labour Government will provide free school meals for all primary school children, a change that could benefit 7,986 children in St Helens. Labour will fund the policy by introducing VAT on private school fees, it is estimated this will raise £1.5billion. The House […]

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Conor backs Parkinson’s Awareness Week

This Parkinson’s Awareness Week St Helens North MP Conor McGinn has pledged his support to the charity Parkinson’s UK’s “We Won’t Wait” campaign, calling for urgent action to unlock the promise of research developments that could pave the way to better treatments and stop Parkinson’s drugs ‘falling behind’. Conor McGinn MP said; “While great strides […]

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Conor visits local business Handepay

Conor McGinn MP paid a visit to locally-based national business Handepay in Haydock. Conor met with the Managing Director, Andy Peake, to talk about the company’s success and their plans for the future. Handepay provides debit and credit card processing services to 26,000 independent businesses. They employ 210 people with 150 jobs based at their […]

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Conor attended the induction of the Revd Malcolm Fife

Conor attended the induction of the Revd Malcolm Fife to the joint pastorate of Christ Church United Reform Church (URC) Haydock, Cross Lane URC & Huyton URC. The service was a very moving and uplifting event with Merseyside Synod Moderator, Revd Jacky Embrey, members from all three churches present along with the representatives from other […]

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Conor welcomes talks over ex-miners’ pensions

Conor McGinn has welcomed news that talks will be held to get a better pension deal for former miners. The trustees of the Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (MPS) have written to Labour MPs from coalfield communities agreeing to their demand for a meeting. The MPs called for the meeting to review an arrangement that has deprived […]

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Conor met with the new Chair of St Helens Chamber, Graham Worsley

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 […]

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Conor visits BOC’s nitrogen and hydrogen plant in Moss Bank

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 […]

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Conor paid a visit to BOC’s nirtogen and hydrogen plant in Moss Bank

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 […]

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Conor visits Vulcan Rifle Club

Conor visited the recently refurbished Vulcan Rifle Club to meet with club members and try out the shooting range. The new clubhouse replaces the old rifle range as part of St Modwen’s redevelopment of the area. The large scale redevelopment includes a housing development, a play area and a new home for Vulcan Bowling. Whilst […]

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Conor McGinn steps up campaign to get a better deal for St Helens ex-miners

Conor McGinn, St Helens North MP, is demanding a far better deal for former mine workers from St Helens and across the region. He has joined Gloria DePiero MP in writing to the trustees of the Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (MPS) to call for a meeting to review an arrangement that has deprived ex-miners of billions […]

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Conor to hold debt advice surgery on Friday 10th February 5pm

The first couple of months of the New Year can be a tough time for many people as they try to get their finances in order after Christmas. That’s why Conor McGinn MP has teamed up with St Helens Citizens AdviceBureau to encourage people to get advice on dealing with their debts. The St Helens […]

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Conor backs law change to tackle police assaults

Conor McGinn, MP for St Helens North, has co-sponsored a Bill which would put in place measures to protect police officers, fire and rescue service workers, paramedics, doctors and nurses. The Crime (Assaults on Emergency Service Staff) Bill is led by the Labour MP for Halifax Holly Lynch and sponsored by Mr McGinn and nine […]

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Conor’s response to St Helens Council’s Local Plan preferred options consultation

The public consultation on St Helens Council’s Local Plan preferred options closed today at noon, and as previously stated I am publishing my response to it. It’s important to clarify that the Local Plan is the responsibility of the Council, and the preferred options are those put forward by the Council. The Council was responsible […]

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Conor visits Happy Hands

Conor McGinn MP visited the Happy Hands group based in St Helens. Happy Hands supports families and children who are deaf, hard of hearing or have communication difficulties through a disability. The group, funded through Children in Need, is based at the Deaf Resource Centre on Dentons Green Road. It meets every week to provide […]

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Conor McGinn urges local charities to apply for funding from People’s Postcode Lottery

Conor McGinn, St Helens North MP, is encouraging local charities to apply for grants from a £6 million funding pot from the People’s Postcode Lottery. The cash is available from three different funds: The Postcode Local Trust; The People’s Postcode Trust; and the Postcode Community Trust. People’s Postcode Trust seeks applications for projects that focus on […]

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Conor campaigns for better local bus services in St Helens

Conor is fighting Government plans to ban new council-run bus firms to help protect and improve local services. He has joined the campaign to “take control of our buses” which is opposed to a planned new law that would stop local councils setting up new municipal bus companies. Conor has already met local councillors and […]

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Conor calls for real living wage

One of the great legacies of the last Labour Government is the National Minimum Wage. Introduced in the teeth of opposition from the Tories, it raised the wages of millions of workers and helped improve living standards for families across the country. In April 2016 the government introduced a higher minimum wage rate for all […]

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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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Conor gets down to business with Rainford Hub’s new chairman

Conor met Rainford Hub’s new chairman Nathan Blackburn to find out about the work it’s doing to help and promote businesses in the village.  Since it was set up in 2014, the Hub has held meetings where local businesses can get together to exchange ideas and information.  It has also invited along guest speakers like […]

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Conor slams impact of cuts to bus services on local residents

Conor met worried residents of Seneley Green to discuss their concerns about plans by Merseytravel and Arriva to change local bus service. Locals packed out the Blue Bell pub on Rectory Road at the meeting set up by Conor and local ward councillors – Joe Pearson, Dennis McDonnell and Susan Murphy.   The residents voiced […]

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Conor visits project that serves up proper lunch to local youngsters

Conor has visited a scheme that is battling to make sure local children do not miss out on a daily hot meal over the summer holidays. A group of local churches are behind the Make Lunch St Helens project that aims to help parents who struggle to provide a hot meal for their children during […]

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Conor welcomes grant to Heart of Glass

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 […]

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Conor calls on Govt to boost turnout for Metro Mayor election

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 […]

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Conor joins pensioners for bingo at Haydock Community and Sports Club

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 […]

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Conor reaffirms commitment to WASPI campaign

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. […]

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Conor backs arts in St Helens and meets World of Glass boss

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 […]

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Conor shows support for Wargrave Big Local

Keen to find out the latest news about Wargrave Big Local, Conor McGinn met Damien O’Connor to talk about jobs. Two years ago, Wargrave secured £1 million over ten years from the Big Lottery Fund to create a plan for what the area needed. Local residents volunteered to run community events and put the first […]

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Conor visits St Helens Women’s Refuge

Conor visited St Helens domestic violence refuge to meet staff working with victims and to talk about the help and support they provide and the challenges they face meeting victims’ needs. Helena Extra manage the refuge and this emergency accommodation is just one part of the support available in St Helens which also includes a 24-hour […]

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Conor welcomes town’s bid to host Great Exhibition of the North

Conor has welcomed the “fantastic news” that St Helens has joined the battle to stage the Great Exhibition of the North. The St Helens North MP has thrown his full support behind the bid submitted by St Helens Council last week. Towns and cities across the North West, North East and Yorkshire have been invited to […]

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Conor takes questions from Hope Academy students

          Last week, students and staff from Hope Academy organized a whole-school EU Referendum; this was one of the biggest democratic exercises undertaken within the Academy since its inception. Each student was given the opportunity to have their say on whether they thought Great Britain should leave or remain within the […]

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Conor’s statement on the EU referendum result

“I respect the result of the referendum, both nationally and in St Helens. Naturally, I am disappointed with the outcome and worried about what it means for our country’s future. “Our people and the country are divided. Therefore, all of us in positions of responsibility and leadership now have a duty to pull together and […]

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Conor officially opens St Helens College’s STEM Centre

St Helens College recently proudly unveiled the newly refurbished STEM Centre at the Technology Campus. The STEM Centre will help contribute towards the achievement of St Helens College’s STEM strategy, to foster a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship and enterprise and develop areas including: advanced engineering, robotics and smart utilities. The event was well attended by […]

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Conor congratulates motor vehicle department on prestigious award

St Helens College’s motor vehicle department was recently presented with an award from The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) Recognised Employer Award, demonstrating their impressive professional standards within the automotive industry. The award, which is held by less than 60 employers in the UK, forms part of the IMI Employer Recognition Scheme, developed in […]

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Conor talks business with Chair of International Business Festival

With the international Festival for Business in Liverpool fast approaching, Conor met with Liverpool Vision Chief Executive and Chair of the IFB, Max Steinberg, to talk about the festival, its success in previous years and what the festival is looking to achieve this year. Thousands of delegates are expected to attend the International Festival for […]

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Taking to the streets for young people in Newton

            Conor McGinn MP for St Helens North, joined over 100 Newton and Earlestown residents and supporters of the local charity, Business for Youth, as they took part in their 4th Big Walk around Newton-le-Willows.  The challenge being to walk down every street in the town.  After hours of walking […]

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Conor visits Haydock Band

Conor McGinn MP for St Helens North call into Grange Valley Youth Centre in Haydock, to meet with the Musical Director of The Haydock Band, Mark Quinn and fellow band members to talk about their recent success at the regional championships and their plans for the future. The Band which can trace its history in […]

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Conor steps up fight to protect disabled drivers

Conor has stepped his campaign to tackle rogue drivers who park in bays reserved for disabled motorists. He invited Debbie Abrahams, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Disabled People, to St Helens on Friday (May 13) to discuss the problem. The move was part of St Helens North MP Mr McGinn’s efforts to deal with the menace of […]

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Conor welcomes new Haydock Medical Centre

The new Haydock Medical Centre located on Woodside Road has started on site with a “Sod Cutting” ceremony which took place on Friday, 13May. A joint venture between PPE Construction and MAC Construction Solutions, this design and build project will provide a new two storey medical centre including doctors’ surgeries, pharmacy, offices, reception area, changing […]

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Conor meets with local nursery representatives

Conor McGinn met with local representatives of the National Day Nurseries Association to discuss childcare and issues affecting local providers The meeting took place at Moss Bank Porticos Nursery and was organised by Nicole Politis, director of Porticos Nurseries as an opportunity for local private and voluntary child care providers to talk to Conor about […]

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MPs back Saints’ autism campaign

Shadow Minister for Disabled People, Debbie Abrahams MP, has joined MPs, Marie Rimmer, St Helens South and Whiston, and Conor McGinn, St Helens North, in backing Saints’ campaign to raise funds for St Helens Autism Support.  Saints have launched a one off replica shirt for Rugby League’s Magic Weekend and the special edition kit will […]

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Conor welcomes Merseyside bus fare bonus for St Helens residents

Conor has welcomed a boost for local commuters with the introduction of a new flat bus fare for St Helens. St Helens bus users will save up to 30p per journey after the 1st May saw an extension of the single flat fare to cover all of Merseyside and the Liverpool Plus ticket area. The change comes about […]

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Conor meets energy advisers at St Helens Citizens Advice Bureau

Conor visited St Helens CAB to meet specialist advisers who help people struggling with energy and other household debts. During the visit Conor met three advisers who are funded by the British Gas Energy Trust, the advisers give advice and support to people who are having difficulty paying their gas and electricity bills. The British Gas […]

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Conor McGinn backs St Helens community pharmacies

Conor McGinn has thrown his support behind the campaign to protect the vital services provided by community pharmacies in St Helens.   While visiting Donlon’s in Haydock and Well in Rainford, he called on the Government to stop a planned £170 million cut to community pharmacies which would put their very existence at risk.   […]

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Conor picks Grand National winner for Steve Prescott Foundation

Conor showed there may be some truth to the old adage about “the luck of the Irish” as picked winning horse Rule The World for his charity bet at this year’s Grand National. In doing so he raised £216.15 for the Steve Prescott Foundation as the horse went on to romp home the race at […]

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Conor shows support for community activities for young people

During the half term holidays, Conor McGinn MP visited some of the activities arranged for young people by St Helens Council, the Make it Happen Project with Helena Partnerships, and other voluntary groups. Two of the activities Conor went to see were the breakfast club at St Davids Moss Bank run by St Helens Youth […]

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Conor visits Pilkington in St Helens

          Conor and Theresa Griffin MEP (North West England) have met with representatives from Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG group, to discuss future measures that could support the growth and development of the glass and glazing sector in the UK and mainland Europe, particularly in relation to the […]

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Conor’s statement on the MoJ decision to move Ian Simms to open prison

Responding to the news that the Ministry of Justice has approved the parole board’s recommendation to move Ian Simms to an open prison, Conor said: “This is very disappointing and comes as something of a surprise given the previous indications Marie and I have had from the Ministry of Justice. I have written to the […]

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Conor appointed as an Ambassador for the Lewy Body Society

                  Conor has given his support to a charity battling to get recognition for a debilitating ilness affecting over 100,000 people in Britain. Conor is to become an Ambassador for the Lewy Body Society after meeting with the organisation’s Chief Executive, Jacqueline Cannon. Dementia with Lewy bodies […]

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Conor raising awareness of disabled parking abuse

Conor has vowed to raise awareness of motorists who abuse disabled parking bays. The Labour politician met with residents Kelly Hayes and Lisa Brennan, who are both regular visitors to Parr Swimming and Fitness Centre. They say they have both had to deal with difficulties caused by “inconsiderate” parking in the disabled spots by drivers […]

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Conor raises ‘unjust local government funding’ for St Helens

Conor has highlighted that the country’s poorest councils are set to lose £198 more per head than the average English local authority, and hit out at government for the ‘unjust allocation of local government funding.’ Research by the Special Interest Group of Municipal Authorities (SIGOMA), shows that between 2010/11 and 2017/18 the poorest authorities will see […]

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Conor says £3.8m of EU investment show St Helens North is Stronger In

Analysis published by the Stronger In campaign today shows projects across St Helens North benefit from £3.8m of EU investment each year. A vote to leave the European Union would mean that St Helens North would lose access to the funds that support its communities. These statistics highlight the significant benefits of Britain’s membership of […]

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Conor supports victims of contaminated blood scandal

Conor McGinn MP announced his support for the campaign to help those affected by the contaminated blood scandal after meeting with Sue Molyneaux, a constituent who is a widow of one of the victims to hear first-hand the impact on her and her family of her husband’s death. From the 1970s through to the early-1990s, […]

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Conor visits St Helens Carers Centre

Conor visited St Helens Carers Centre to meet the Chair Jane Dearden and Chief Executive Alan Ashton and hear about the work of St Helens carers. The Centre aims to be a one-stop-shop for Carers, where they can get support, information, advice and access services. Conor spoke with Jane and Alan about the challenges faced by […]

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Conor calls for musicians and film-makers to enter Rock the House and Film the House

Conor McGinn MP is supporting musicians and film-makers from St Helens North by calling for local artists to enter Parliament’s two largest creative competitions, Rock the House and Film the House. The competition, now in its fifth year, offers the opportunity to put local musicians and film-makers in direct contact with the movers and shakers […]

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Conor visits refurbished pub

Conor pulled a pint to mark the refurbishment of one of his constituency’s pubs, the Red Cat in the pretty hamlet of Crank. He toured the revamped premises, which re-opened recently following a £200,000 joint investment from pub operator Punch and publican, Graham Roberts. Commenting on his visit, Conor said: “I was really pleased to visit […]

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Conor calls for Government rethink after visit to local supporting housing scheme

Conor McGinn has called for the Government to rethink its decision to cut financial assistance for vulnerable people in supported housing. The MP spoke out after visiting Heald Farm Court in Newton-le-Willows, one of Helena’s 22 supported housing schemes in the borough, which provides homes for over 80 vulnerable older people. The implementation of a […]

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Conor’s tribute to former St Helens MP John Evans

I was so sorry today to hear about the death of former Newton and St Helens North MP John Evans. John was a much-loved member of our Labour family in Newton-le-Willows and St Helens and he will be sadly missed. He was a fine public representative who served the people of our borough with distinction […]

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Conor and Linda Robson ‘get behind the daffodil’ for Marie Curie this March

Conor  and actress and presenter Linda Robson have joined forces to ‘get behind the daffodil’ this March and help Marie Curie Nurses provide care and support to people living with a terminal illness. Conor and Linda were pictured together with Marie Curie Nurses, Leonie Christian and Elisabeth Goze, at a parliamentary event in Westminster to […]

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Conor invites local schools to enter the Speaker’s School Council Awards

Conor McGinn has called on schools in his constituency to enter the 2015/16 Speaker’s School Council Awards. The awards are an opportunity to recognise and celebrate school council’s achievements in bringing about positive change in their school or community. The competition is open to every infant, primary and secondary school, sixth-form College, and SEN school […]

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Conor announces support for Britain Stronger In Europe

St Helens MP Conor McGinn has announced that he is campaigning for the UK to remain a member of the European Union following the announcement by the Prime Minister that the referendum will take place this June. Conor will join Alan Johnson MP on the Labour In For Britain campaign, and work with Britain Stronger […]

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Conor raises ‘unjust local government funding’ for St Helens

Conor McGinn, MP for St Helens North, has highlighted that the country’s poorest councils are set to lose £198 more per head than the average English local authority, and hit out at government for the ‘unjust allocation of local government funding.’ Research by the Special Interest Group of Municipal Authorities (SIGOMA), shows that between 2010/11 […]

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Conor is joining with Citizens Advice to help people in North West save money

Conor McGinn MP is encouraging people living in North West to be one step ahead with their finances by getting help from Citizens Advice. Conor met people from across the charity’s network at an event in Parliament on Tuesday 2 February. He heard about how local Citizens Advice are working with people across England and […]

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Conor: We will keep up the pressure on Government to introduce Helen’s Law

              Conor McGinn, MP for St Helens North, today accompanied Marie McCourt and her family to a meeting with the Victims Minister and then to Downing Street, where he helped deliver a petition to the Prime Minister calling on him to introduce Helen’s Law, which has been signed by […]

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Conor calls for progress on transport smart ticketing system

Conor McGinn MP asked Transport Minister to provide an update on progress towards the introduction of a smart ticketing system for the North. Speaking in Parliament, McGinn raised concerns that many of his constituents who live in the MerseyTravel area but travel to work outside pay more because of travel area boundaries. Commenting Conor said: “Many […]

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2300 people have fallen off the electoral register in St Helens North

Conor McGinn MP responding to the news that changes in the electoral registration system mean around 3% of people in St Helens North have fallen off the register, said: “The Tories have rushed through changes to the electoral registration system, and now over 2300 people in St Helens North have fallen off the register and […]

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Conor speaks to Moss Bank residents at St Patrick’s Over 60’s Club

  Conor McGinn MP visited St Patricks, Moss Bank to meet with the over 60s group to listen their concerns. Over a cup of tea, Conor and group members discussed a range of issues from transport links to Moss Bank, to the impact of rising fuel costs. The group meet every Thursday from 1.00 till […]

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Conor: Closing St Helens Courthouse would be “illogical and inefficient

Conor McGinn MP has criticised the Government for being hypocritical and wasteful regarding the proposed closure of St Helens Courthouse. Speaking in Parliament, McGinn noted that the Ministry of Justice spent £1.7million refurbishing St Helens Courthouse in 2012 declaring it as ‘efficient and logical’, but are now considering its closure only 4 years later. In […]

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Conor appeals to Ministry of Defence to reconsider veterans funding decision

Conor McGinn MP raised the issue of funding for the North-West based veterans Commando Joe’s in Parliament, winning a commitment from the Government to review the decision to end its funding of the organisation’s schools projects. Commando Joe’s works in more than 500 schools across the country, placing veterans in classrooms to share skills and […]

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Conor visits Smarties Parent and toddler group

Conor McGinn MP visited Smarties toddler group based at St Mark’s Church in Haydock. Conor spoke with the volunteers and parents of the under 5s who enjoy the twice weekly sessions held at the church centre. The parent and toddler sessions are run by the churches children’s pastor, Kay White, and a team of volunteers. […]

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Conor attends Annual St Helens Chamber Dinner

Conor McGinn MP joined hundreds of representatives of the St Helens Business community at the St Helens Chamber Annual Dinner. St Helens Chamber is one of the largest Chambers in the UK and has the highest rate of business Membership. They provide expert advice to local business as well as encouraging new businesses to start […]

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Conor praises Age UK Mid Mersey after visit to Mansion House

    Conor McGinn MP called in to The Mansion House, Victoria Park to meet local residents enjoying one of the Age UK Mid Mersey’s active care sessions. The sessions are run on a daily basis and provide are a great opportunity for people who may otherwise be home alone to meet up, enjoy activities […]

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Conor to hold debt advice surgery

The average household in the North West is in £3,100 of financial debt and the start of the New Year can be a difficult time financially for many people. In light of this, Conor is holding a special debt advice surgery in partnership with St Helens Citizens Advice Bureau on Friday 8th January at 17:00. […]

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Conor slams Govt over rail fare rise

Local commuters in St Helens North are now paying 25 percent more for their train fares under the Tories, because of yet another year of rail fare hikes. The announcement that rail fares will rise again in January 2016 means that passengers have been hit by a cost increase of 25 per cent since 2010. […]

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Conor meets Haresfinch Road residents

Conor has met with residents of Haresfinch Road to talk about concerns over the number of crashes taking place. At the meeting, Conor listened to residents’ who were worried that if no action is taken to make the road safer, more incidents will occur.  One resident had also started a petition on change.org calling on the council to take action.    […]

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Conor visits Cowley Sixth-Form

  Conor McGinn MP, visited Cowley Sixth Form to speak to students about his role as an MP and the importance of engaging with politics and registering to vote.   Conor spoke about his work in Parliament and took questions on a wide range of issues from the future of the BBC, student fees, fracking […]

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Conor joins residents at Rainford Christmas Fayre

Conor joined local residents at the Rainford Chirstmas Fayre at the weekend. Rainford Parish Hall was packed out with stalls and visitors. The event is organised through the Rainford Hub, and was only its second year. Conor visited the stalls, set up by local businesses such as Connoisseur Ales and Bridge Farm Landscapes and Nurseries, […]

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