Peter Dowd, MP for Bootle, has visited homelessness charity Emmaus Merseyside to celebrate the achievements of formerly homeless people who are supported by the charity.Read more
At a recent meeting held with residents affected by leasehold arrangements used by developers such as Bellway Homes Limited, Peter Dowd MP outlined the current position in relation to action in Parliament.Read more
Peter Dowd MP visited a breakfast club at Bedford Primary School today.
The Labour MP for Bootle took the chance to learn about how one of the breakfast clubs in his constituency helps feed pupils and ensures that they get the best start to the day.Read more
This week, the TUC and its affiliated unions are calling on the Government to put a stop to the long-standing pay restrictions imposed on public sector workers since 2010.Read more
Peter Dowd MP is calling for nominees to enter into a special awards programme being organised to mark the 70th birthday of the NHS.Read more
The Big Help Project has extended its retail outlets to the wider city region this November, with the opening of the charity's first Sefton-based store at Carr Meadow Hey in Bootle.
Reacting to the announcement by Highways England decision to bulldoze a new road through Rimrose Valley Country Park, Labour MP for Bootle, Peter Dowd, said:Read more
Another fire in Bootle occurred at Acorn Way off Hawthorne Road on Saturday 20th August 2017. This is the fourth major fire in Bootle in a 12/18 month period.Read more
High wages can drive high productivity; but under the Conservative Government, wages in the North West fell by 0.8% per year in real terms compared to a rise of 1% from 2002 to 2010
Britain needs a pay rise. But under the Tories, workers have suffered a pay cut. Average real wages and productivity have stagnated.Read more
Peter Dowd MP welcomes investment and encourages constituents to apply to the heritage lottery fund for grants to explore the legacy of the First World War.Read more