Labour gain one seat (Birkenhead) on the Wirral but Conservatives win majority of seats in 2019 General Election

Labour gain one seat (Birkenhead) on the Wirral but Conservatives win majority of seats in 2019 General Election

Labour gain one seat (Birkenhead) on the Wirral but Conservatives win majority of seats in 2019 General Election

                                    

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Here are the general election results declared early on the 13th December 2019 for the four constituencies on the Wirral in alphabetical order by constituency.

Birkenhead

Mick Whitley was elected as the Labour Member of Parliament for Birkenhead with 24,990 votes. Frank Field (Birkenhead Social Justice Party) came second with 7,285 votes. Third was Claire Michelle Rowles (Conservative) with 5,540 votes.
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5 walk in centres in Moreton, New Ferry, Eastham, Birkenhead, Wallasey and Arrowe Park – which 2 are proposed for closure and what did councillors say about it before a final decision on 9th July 2019?

5 walk in centres in Moreton, New Ferry, Eastham, Birkenhead, Wallasey and Arrowe Park – which 2 are proposed for closure and what did councillors say about it before a final decision on 9th July 2019?

5 walk in centres in Moreton, New Ferry, Eastham, Birkenhead, Wallasey and Arrowe Park – which 2 are proposed for closure and what did councillors say about it before a final decision on 9th July 2019?

                                                

Arrowe Park Walk In Centre 8th November 2018
Dr Paula Cowan (Wirral Clinical Commissioning Group) at a public meeting of the Joint Health Scrutiny Committee 1st July 2019

This continues from Who is on the Joint Health Scrutiny Committee to discuss the consultation over the closure of Walk-In Centres and what will be discussed at its public meeting tonight?.

On Monday evening the Joint Health Scrutiny Committee met at Wallasey Town Hall. Cllrs Yvonne Nolan, Christina Muspratt and Mary Jordan were the three from Wirral Council. Cllrs Lynn Riley, Kate Cernik and Michael Edwardson were the three from Cheshire West and Chester Council.

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Who is on the Joint Health Scrutiny Committee to discuss the consultation over the closure of Walk-In Centres and what will be discussed at its public meeting tonight?

Who is on the Joint Health Scrutiny Committee to discuss the consultation over the closure of Walk-In Centres and what will be discussed at its public meeting tonight?

Who is on the Joint Health Scrutiny Committee to discuss the consultation over the closure of Walk-In Centres and what will be discussed at its public meeting tonight?

                                         

Arrowe Park Walk In Centre 8th November 2018
Arrowe Park Walk In Centre 8th November 2018

Updated 5:27pm 1.7.2019 to reflect Wirral Council’s changed position on webcasting the meeting.

On Monday 1st July 2019 starting at 6.00 pm in the Council Chamber (1st floor) at Wallasey Town Hall, Brighton Street, Seacombe, CH44 8ED the Wirral & Cheshire West and Chester Joint Scrutiny Committee meets for its second public meeting to consider the consultation (which ran from 12th September 2018 to the 20th December 2018) on the closures of walk in centres. This public meeting was originally supposed to happen in February 2019, was then rearranged to June 2019 (that public meeting was then cancelled) and finally rearranged to the 1st July 2019.

Councillors Yvonne Nolan (Labour), Tony Norbury (Labour) and Mary Jordan (Conservative) are the 3 Wirral Council councillors on it. Councillors Kate Cernik (Labour), Michael Edwardson (Labour) and Lynn Riley (Conservative) are the 3 Chester West and Chester councillors on it.
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What did councillors recommend about the Wirral CCG consultation to close (for adults) 3 Walk-In Centres and 3 Minor Injuries Units?

What did councillors recommend about the Wirral CCG consultation to close (for adults) 3 Walk-In Centres and 3 Minor Injuries Units?

What did councillors recommend about the Wirral CCG consultation to close (for adults) 3 Walk-In Centres and 3 Minor Injuries Units?

                                                  

Dr Mantgani talking to the Adult Care and Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Wirral Council) 12th November 2018 about the Urgent Care Review consultation
Dr Mantgani talking to the Adult Care and Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Wirral Council) 12th November 2018 about the Urgent Care Review consultation

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What was in the 147 page contract between Wirral Council and Dawnus Construction Holdings Limited for the Wirral Docks Bridges Replacement?

What was in the 147 page contract between Wirral Council and Dawnus Construction Holdings Limited for the Wirral Docks Bridges Replacement?

What was in the 147 page contract between Wirral Council and Dawnus Construction Holdings Limited for the Wirral Docks Bridges Replacement?

                              

And when it was up, it was up,
And when it was down, it was down,
And when it was only half-way up,
It was neither up nor down.
 

Below is the 147 page contract between Dawnus Construction Holdings Limited for the replacement of the Wirral Docks Bridges.

The original completion date in the contract was 4th December 2017 (later changed to 17th January 2018) but the actual date the bridges were reopened was 28th June 2018.
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