Lilian Greenwood MP

Labour Member of Parliament for Nottingham South

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It was good to meet with Jane and Glenys, very determined WASPI women and my constituents from Clifton, in the House of Commons today to discuss what to do next to pile on the pressure on Ministers.

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The lack of notice given to 1950s women regarding changes in the state pension age by the Government has left many facing real hardship. Women in Nottingham should not have to bear the brunt of Tory economic mismanagement. It’s vital the Government listens and sets out plans to end the hardship faced by women like Jane and Glenys who have worked all their lives, but find that their retirement plans are in tatters. Labour has already committed to tackle this unfairness and I will continue to fight for the WASPI women of Nottingham South until this Tory Government listens and acts. 

WASPI Campaign

It was good to meet with Jane and Glenys, very determined WASPI women and my constituents from Clifton, in the House of Commons today to discuss what to do next...

Over 4 million UK households are living in fuel poverty. Fact is that cold related ill health costs the NHS £ 1.36 billion each year. There is currently only low process of improvement and we therefore need a new approach to energy efficiency which invests in warm homes as an infrastructure priority.

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End fuel poverty – 2017 campaign

Over 4 million UK households are living in fuel poverty. Fact is that cold related ill health costs the NHS £ 1.36 billion each year. There is currently only low...

Lilian visited Carroll Gardens, in the Meadows today to speak to residents who are not impressed about the Government's plans for supported housing.  

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Lilian visits supported living accommodation in the Meadows

Lilian visited Carroll Gardens, in the Meadows today to speak to residents who are not impressed about the Government's plans for supported housing.  


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