Saturday, 20 April 2013

The three Labour Candidates for the Morpeth County Council Seats have fully backed the call by the Chamber of Trade and the wider community for Car Parking to be made free in the Town.

The three Labour Candidates for the Morpeth County Council Seats have fully backed the call by the Chamber of Trade and the wider community for Car Parking to be made free in the Town.
On their behalf, Debra Davies, the Labour Candidate for Morpeth Stobhill said:
“We have already said that if Labour wins at these Elections we will ensure that a Labour County Council delivers on this policy as quickly as possible. This is crucial for the economic future of the Town and we are the only Party that can get rid of these charges.
“The Lib Dems are in control of County Hall and they have already pledged that they will keep the Parking Charges as they are.
The Tories certainly won’t be able to form an administration on their current voting figures and low popularity.
 In matter of fact the Tories have never had overall control of the County Council since it was re-organised in 1974, nearly 40 years ago. 
Only Labour is able to get the majority that delivers this much needed result”.
Debra also backed the need to return the roundabout at the Telford Bridge:
She said:
“The three Lib Dems who currently represent Morpeth at County Hall have failed on this as well. The Lights should not have been put there in the first place and these three have abjectly failed to get the situation put right despite being in control. 
The current set up is hazardous and strangling the Town at all times of the day.  It is time for change.
Labour will return to common sense solutions and deal with the congestion and safety problems as soon as possible”.
Note
The three Labour Candidates are
Debra Davies, Morpeth Stobhill
Adrian Slassor, Morpeth Kirkhill
Colin Taylor, Morpeth North
Call Debra on 07984 405685

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