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The-Mazda-fountain-by-Dominic-Alves-on-Flickr_1_.jpgIn reaction to the Green administration’s u-turn on the Mazda Fountain, Councillor Warren Morgan, Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group, said:

The Greens have maintained that there were no plans to remove the Mazda Fountain, even in response to the petition from 1,500 residents calling for it to be saved at the Council meeting on Thursday 26 March.

Hours later, Ian Davey, in another last minute act before he leaves the council, sticks two fingers up at those residents and tells them it is going, to be replaced by a series of eco-friendly gullies that will quickly clog with litter. We will stop it.

Labour reacts to Green u-turn on Mazda Fountain

In reaction to the Green administration’s u-turn on the Mazda Fountain, Councillor Warren Morgan, Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group, said: The Greens have maintained that there were no...

warrenmorgan_1__1__1__1__1_.jpgReacting to the launch of the Conservative local manifesto, Councillor Warren Morgan, Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group, said:

This is a set of populist and un-costed policies that they know they won’t be in a position to deliver. Voters won’t be impressed by a housing strategy that promises ‘better administration of the waiting list’. They want to see positive action to get more council homes built, which is what Labour are committed to doing.

They talk about financial responsibility yet they back the Green Party’s £36m i360 loan and the open-ended commitment to five years of roadworks in Valley Gardens. They talk about a cleaner city, but it is their Conservative-led Government that is cutting over £100 million from the council’s Budget meaning street cleaners are being laid off.

No one doubts that Tory plans for Cityclean are a thinly veiled disguise for privatisation. There is nothing in the manifesto about tackling poverty and homelessness, and nothing on what front-line services they would cut to pay for their promises.

Labour will deliver a council that works for you wherever you live, not just the well-off Tory areas.

Labour reaction to Tory local manifesto

Reacting to the launch of the Conservative local manifesto, Councillor Warren Morgan, Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group, said: This is a set of populist and un-costed policies that...

Outside1_s_1_.jpgIn response to the news that the Whitehawk Inn will be joining Brighton Housing Trust, Councillor Warren Morgan, Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group, said:

This is good news for Whitehawk residents and a great development for both BHT and the Whitehawk Inn. The future of services in the city is one of partnerships, and with two trusted and valuable organisations like this working together there is new hope for residents who badly need their services.

Labour welcomes merger of two Brighton charities

In response to the news that the Whitehawk Inn will be joining Brighton Housing Trust, Councillor Warren Morgan, Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group, said: This is good news...

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