Local News

The Northern Transport Strategy

The Chancellor and the Tranport Secretary launched the Northern Transport Strategy, which is the first ever comprehensive transport strategy for the North of England. This will deliver jobs and stronger economies for cities in the North, such as Liverpool.

Listening to Young People

Norsheen Bhatti, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Liverpool Walton, writes about the importance of young people and how young peoples' concerns need to be addressed at this election. 

Jackson Ng Welcomes an Increase in the Minimum Wage

As the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Liverpool Riverside, I welcome the Prime Minister's announcement today that there will be a 3 per cent increase in the minimum wage to £6.70 an hour – helping 1.4 million of the lowest paid workers in our country. This will benefit the hard working people in Liverpool and raise living standards all over Britain. 

Don't Risk Chaos Under Labour

This week’s blog highlights how Labour attempting to run the country would be a shambles, by looking at their approach to two separate issues locally.

Securing a Better Future for Young People

As the Conservative MP candidate for Liverpool Riverside, I am delighted to announce that the Prime Minister has launched new ‘degree apprenticeships’ so young people can earn a degree whilst training on the job. Ensuring that our young people are given all the opportunities to succeed in this ever globalising world is a key personal objective of mine and my colleagues and I in the Conservative Party want all our young people to reach their potential and be equipped with the skills they need to get on in life. By combining real, paid work with high quality training, apprenticeships help young people in Liverpool to get on the career ladder. 

County Road Regeneration

Norsheen Bhatti, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Liverpool Walton, discusses the importance of regeneration in and around County Road.

Delivering a Pay Rise

Jackson Ng is delighted to hear the Prime Minister make the case for Britain’s businesses delivering employees with a pay rise – ensuring more people feel the benefits of our economic recovery.