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Opportunity for All

by allanbrame on 21 April, 2015

The key theme of the Lib Dem Manifesto is Opportunity For All. We will build a Stronger Economy and a Fairer Society so that everyone has the opportunity to prosper:  Opportunity for Children: with investment in education from nursery to 19 and qualified teachers in every classroom.  Opportunity for Young People: with more apprenticeships, discounted […]

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Birkenhead Hustings

by allanbrame on 20 April, 2015

Allan Brame will be taking part in these hustings: Public meeting for all Birkenhead candidates MONDAY 20th APRIL at the Wirral Christian Centre, starting at 7:30 Meeting for sixth formers and local community  FRIDAY 24th APRIL at West Kirby Grammar School at 6:00 with Esther McVey, Margaret Greenwodd & Prof Jon Tonge Private meeting for […]

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NHS must stay free

by allanbrame on 9 April, 2015

Following talk about charging for NHS services, I will always fight to make sure access to our NHS is based on need and free at the point of use. That is why the Liberal Democrats have committed to increase NHS funding by £8 billion per year by 2020. This is in line with recommendations made […]

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Wirral failing on childcare reporting

by allanbrame on 9 April, 2015

Wirral Borough Council is failing in its duty to monitor childcare provision in the borough. A report[1] produced by the Family and Childcare Trust reveals that Wirral has not produced a review of childcare places since 2011. Local authorities are supposed to produce an annual report matching the supply of childcare places against demand and […]

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Zero hours contracts

by allanbrame on 1 April, 2015

NHS spending pledges

by allanbrame on 1 April, 2015

Interesting chart comparing the main Parties’ spending commitments on the NHS, compared with what NHS England says it needs

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History repeating itself?

by allanbrame on 28 March, 2015

Saw David Hare’s excellent play “The Absence of War” at The Playhouse on Thursday – about Kinnock’s election defeat. Campaign focused on the NHS led to defeat. Same battle being re-run in 2015

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