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Opening Spring 2018, on time and on budget #LabourWorks

#LabourWorks for the economy with £1.5bn public-private sector investment between now and 2024

Sunderland is a city transforming under a Labour led council. Ambitious and progressive, led by people who are determined to see our proud city once again realise its potential, we are forcing positive change, in spite of crippling Government austerity that has many local authorities – and their hardworking teams – on their knees.

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Passing of former City Councillor and Mayor, Robert Kirby

It was with deep regret that we learned that former City Councillor and Mayor, Robert Kirby, passed away on April 6, 2018. A funeral service will take place on April 20, 2018 at 12:45pm in St Chad's Church, Charter Drive, East Herrington, SR3 3PG, then onto Sunderland...

Labour urges PM to address funding shortfall

Labour's leader in Sunderland has written to the Prime Minister, demanding an urgent review of the 'cliff-edge' financial position faced by local authorities, created by Government cuts to funding. In a letter to Theresa May, last week, Councillor Harry Trueman...

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