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Connor Brady is a town and district councillor representing the Biddulph East ward for the Labour Party.

Thank you to Biddulph's Cllr Connor Brady for this article. Connor has given his reaction to the Chancellor's latest budget and the cost of living crisis. Read what he had to say below...

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Many thanks to Biddulph town and district Cllr Connor Brady for submitting this article. Connor has given his thoughts on Azeem Rafiq and racism in cricket. Read them below:

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Karen Bradley: In this week's column on Nub News, the Moorlands MP has weighed in on the Leek to Stoke railway line, climate change and modern slavery.

Last week we saw the Chancellor announce his Budget and I was so pleased at the news that we are to receive £50,000 in funding from the Ideas Fund for a feasibility study into the reopening of the Leek – Stoke line. This is fantastic news and I look forward to working with neighbouring MPs and local authorities as we now move onto the next stage of this very exciting project.

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Karen Bradley: In this week's column on Nub News, the Moorlands MP has given an update on what's she's been up to in our constituency this week.

It has been great being able to do some constituency visits in person again and last week, having made sure I tested negative for Covid, I was delighted to visit Richard Lawson and his team at Abbey Court Care Home to hear about how they have coped over the course of the pandemic.

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