#LabourWorks for Sunderland despite £290m Government cuts

Opened August 2018 on budget, and already transforming the landscape #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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Council leader says “no rush to open schools further”

Council leader says “no rush to open schools further”

Labour leader, Councillor Graeme Miller, said that residents should not feel obliged to send their children back to school, after widespread concern about the Government’s plans to ask schools to reopen across the UK…

Labour leader warns of looming care crisis post COVID-19

Labour leader warns of looming care crisis post COVID-19

New analysis reveals crippling cuts that will be forced on key frontline services, including adult social care in the North East, if the Government continues to back-track on its pledge to support councils in the wake of the Coronavirus crisis.

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Only Labour can ensure the city continues to thrive despite the decline in Government funding.

Only Labour can deliver job security for hard-working people.

Only Labour can protect the public services, under threat from the Government’s relentless austerity drive.

Only Labour can deliver the safe, clean and green city we all want to be part of.