‘STICKING PLASTER SPENDING REVIEW, NOT ENOUGH’ SAYS LABOUR MAYOR HOPEFUL

The Government’s Spending Review announced today is a sticking plaster to cover the crisis for jobs and businesses, says Labour West of England Metro Mayor candidate Dan Norris. Speaking after the Chancellor’s Statement Mr Norris said:  “The Chancellor told us how the UK’s economy has shrunk by 10%. We know we have a worse downturnContinue reading “‘STICKING PLASTER SPENDING REVIEW, NOT ENOUGH’ SAYS LABOUR MAYOR HOPEFUL”

LOCKDOWN ENDS IN TIERS – CERTAINTY NEEDED FOR JOBS AND BUSINESSES SAYS MAYORAL HOPEFUL

The government’s plan following the lifting of lockdown will be judged on whether it brings certainty for business and carries the confidence of the public, says Labour’s Metro Mayor hopeful Dan Norris. Following the Prime Minister’s announcement Mr Norris called on the Government to urgently set out a plan for local businesses, describing the uncertaintyContinue reading “LOCKDOWN ENDS IN TIERS – CERTAINTY NEEDED FOR JOBS AND BUSINESSES SAYS MAYORAL HOPEFUL”