News

Double slams Government plans to monitor Sunday Schools

Steve Double, Member of Parliament for St Austell and Newquay, has today spoken in Parliament on the need for the Government to scrap plans that could see Sunday Schools, church groups and other volunteer groups who cater for children forced to register with OFSTED.

Mustoe’s call for changes to Cornwall Council’s public toilet funding to get first airing at upcoming meeting

James Mustoe, Cornwall Councillor for Mevagissey’s Motion to Cornwall Council;"That, given the failure of the 'It's your convenience' consultation, that this council urgently reviews the funding of public toilets, given the essential nature of this service to the people of Cornwall", will be getting its first airing at the Full Cornwall Council meeting on 26th January.

Transforming Homes in Britain

For decades, sink estates, and sometimes the people who lived in them, have been seen as something simply to be managed, leading to gangs, and entrenching poverty.

English Votes for English Laws: Delivered

In our manifesto, we committed to English Votes for English Laws – and we’ve now delivered it.The Housing Bill was the first piece of legislation to be subject to the new system.It wasn’t fair that