SALFORD SECOND HIGHEST HOMELESS HOTSPOT IN NORTH WEST
Star date: 30th November 2016
ONE IN 765 SALFORD PEOPLE HAVE NO HOME AS HOUSING CRISIS GROWS
To mark its 50th anniversary housing charity, Shelter, has gone back to research which its formation was based on, and has produced a shocking homelessness hotspot table which puts Salford second worst place in the whole North West, with one in 765 people homeless in the city.
“Fifty years on a modern day housing crisis is tightening its grip on our country” says Shelter Manchester Hub manager, John Ryan “This is the tragic result of a nation struggling under the weight of sky-high rents, a lack of affordable homes, and cuts to welfare support.”
Research conducted for Labour MP Dan Jarvis yesterday suggested even a 6 per cent swing to Ukip could cost Labour more than 30 seats. Mr Jarvis said it was vital Labour takes a tougher stance on immigration, adding that ‘the Ukip fox is in the Labour henhouse’.
In his victory speech, Mr Nuttall said: ‘The country needs a strong Ukip more now than ever before, for if Ukip ceases to be an electoral force, there will be no impetus on Theresa May and her Government to give us real Brexit and we will end up with some mealy-mouthed, backsliding version,’ he said.
‘This will be a betrayal of the British people and a united Ukip under my leadership will never, ever allow that to happen.’
He made clear his sights are on poaching votes from Labour, arguing that the party under Jeremy Corbyn was more interested in ‘dinner party’ topics like climate change and fair trade than the interests of their working class voters, such as immigration and social mobility.
The new Ukip leader said: ‘Today the Labour Party has ceased to speak the language or address the issues of working people,’ he said. ‘I want to replace the Labour Party.’
‘They have a leader who will not sing the national anthem, a shadow chancellor who seems to admire the IRA more than he does the British Army, a shadow foreign secretary who sneers at the English flag and a shadow home secretary who seems to advocate unlimited immigration.’
He may not be Nigel but i firmly believe he will grab the party by the Balls and take it forward, i along with my colleagues in Salford are looking forward to a brighter future for the party and it’s aims.
No one to argue lets just say he looked well in Green..
Funny thing could you imagine buying a car off these two?