Monthly Archives: September 2013

Interview about #Manchester Council consultations and local democracy, with Graham Pheby

Graham Pheby, an active citizen (and Labour Party member) in Northenden, interviewed on the consultations of Manchester City Council, what could be done to rebuild trust and much else. He and his family have signed the petition about the £14.5 … Continue reading

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Another 100 signatures, and a video… #askmcr #Manchester

Hello all,  if you haven’t signed the petition on paper, please sign online (you have to live, work or study within Manchester City Council’s boundaries. Last night got 20+ signatures at “Critical Mass” and this afternoon another 90 or so … Continue reading

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Help us gather signatures on Sunday 29th!

We urgently need volunteers to collect signatures from people on the march on Sunday who live, work or study in Manchester. Full training (about 10 minutes) provided, and unimpressive rates of pay (£0.00 ph, which is what the petition organisers … Continue reading

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The petition you can still sign!

“We call upon Manchester City Council to hold a full public consultation on how to spend the additional Airport Dividend of £14.5 million. People who live, work and study in the city of Manchester must be able to say what … Continue reading

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#Manchester Evening News and how the city is being overrun by pigeons. Or Labour Councillors. Or both.

The following article appeared in the Manchester Evening News yesterday Sort of. He is known as the Enforcer of Albert Square. But Councillor Pat Karney could become one of many councillors to be hit with increased citizen tab-keeping as Manchester … Continue reading

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Video: Real consultation vs very limited menus… #askmcr #Manchester

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Whose decision? Not yours, it seems, in #Manchester #askmcr

Sign the petition!

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