Don’t forget we are meeting every two weeks and will be on the streets if you wish to talk with us .Look out for the dates and times..
Man in coma after brutal attack outside McDonald’s in Salford
A man is in a coma after he was attacked while having an argument with his girlfriend near McDonald’s in Salford.
At around 11.20pm on Sunday 31 August 2014, the 44-year-old victim was leaving the Cross Lane McDonald’s with his partner, when a man walked over to them on Broad Street.
The offender became involved in the argument, then punched the 44-year-old twice, causing him to fall to the floor.
The victim fell into a coma and after being treated at the scene is now in a critical condition in hospital.
Three Salford schools have seen their GCSE pass rates plunge…one to almost half what it was the year before.
Now there are calls for the headteacher and leadership team at one of the schools, Irlam and Cadishead College, to step down.
One knock-on effect is that for the first time in five years, the city’s overall pass rate for five A* to C grades, including English and maths has dropped from 55 per cent to 50.
The other schools where the rates have fallen are Albion High, Pendleton, and the Oasis Academy at Salford Quays.
Provisional figures, which are subject to an appeal by schools, show that at Oasis, the five A* to C grades have fallen dramatically from 51 per cent last year to 28 pc.
At Albion, they have gone down from 38pc to 32.
Irlam and Cadishead has fallen for the third consecutive year.
This MP likens the Cameron leadership to ‘a colonial administration with a pretty dim view of the natives’.
Salford Labour Party Group United over Decision to Safeguard Investment in Salford’s Stadium
Today Salford Labour Party Group welcomed the findings of the Councils Audit Committee, endorsed by the external auditors, that there was no wrongdoing in the decision to invest further money to save Salford City Reds, the City Stadium and secure the return of £1.5 million in loans to the Reds Club in 2013. It further welcomed the recommendations to improve the process of recording decisions.
To me i see a white elephant just like Labours Fountains and their agreement to pay the rent at the two sisters buildings,Labour are Generous to a fault with tax payers cash, i just wonder those who may get a letter through your door this week because your community charge is late where would you prefer your cash spent.