Kris Brown, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Wallasey welcomed Business Secretary Dr. Vince Cable MP to New Brighton earlier today.
Dr. Cable was speaking at a manufacturing summit at the Floral Pavilion as part of the International Festival for Business – which is estimated to generate £100 million for the UK economy.
Speaking at the summit, Vince Cable said:
“The North West is the UK’s biggest concentration of manufacturing and it makes me enormousely proud to see Halewood go from a national joke to one of the world’s best car plants.
“What’s holding us back is that companies are still unable to get finance and the skill gap at all stages which could potentially cripple industry. New Trailblazer schemes and colleges will help to address this problem.” (Source: Liverpool Echo)
“I was very pleased that Vince Cable took the time out of his busy schedule to meet with me in New Brighton. How we support local businesses and create local jobs is something I’m campaigning on ahead of the General Election. It was good to discuss with Vince how Liberal Democrat policies and the Government can help places like New Brighton thrive.”
Unemployment in Wallasey fell by 12% over the last three months according to official figures released this week.
The positive figures rubbish Labour claims that Coalition policies would lead to high levels of joblessness.
Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Wallasey, Kris Brown said:
“These figures show that Wallasey is bouncing back. Continue reading
Kris Brown, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary candidate for Wallasey says he will support Royal Mail workers in Wallasey who choose to refuse to deliver The Sun’s World Cup promotional edition to local homes.
Kris said: “The Hillsborough disaster will never be forgotten. The Sun’s role in selling the lies of the police and the government was insult to the families of the victims, football and non-football fans alike. Continue reading
Local Lib Dems in Wallasey are celebrating the Party’s success in getting thousands of local families to benefit from up to £2,000 per child to ease the cost of childcare. The ‘Queens Speech’ to Parliament sets out the Coalition government’s plans to bring in the measures which the Lib Dems have pushed for.
Kris Brown, Liberal Democrat candidate for Wallasey said:
“As a parent to a toddler, I think this is great news.” Continue reading
Today I’ve launched the campaign for more apprenticeships in Wallasey.
Thanks to the Liberal Democrats in government, over 4,000 new apprenticeships have been created in Wallasey. However more needs to be done to get our talented people into training and work.
Please support my campaign for more apprenticeships by clicking here.
If you’re looking to start an apprenticeship or you are a local business looking to take on an apprentice, click here for information on how to get started.