Chris is taking part in Ultra White-Collar Boxing in aid of Cancer Research UK this Sunday at the De Vere hotel in Blackpool.
Chris will be joining a group of first-time boxers who have trained for the past eight weeks at Pure Impact Muay Thai Boxing Gym in Blackpool under the training of local fighter Will Goldie-Galloway.
This Wednesday fighters will be paired up with their opponents and will...
My article in the Blackpool Gazette on 19th February 2019
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust A&E failing after nine years of Tory cuts
Chris Webb met with Labour’s Deputy Leader and Shadow Digital, Culture, Media and Sport secretary, Tom Watson MP in Parliament on Wednesday to discuss his campaign against cuts free TV licenses. Under the proposals thousands of local pensioners would lose their free TV license entitlement.
Millions of older people across the country are set to lose their TV licence in 2020 despite the Conservatives promising in their 2017 general election manifesto to protect free TV licences until 2022.
The recent Budget shows the utter contempt the Government has shown for the safety and security of the public. The Budget did not provide a single penny for police forces who are facing huge demand, record reported crime and 21,000 fewer officers. They just offered another “review”. It’s not rocket science, crime goes up when we have less police on our streets.
Our town is a hotspot for many types of crime...
The Government has put Fylde patients and staff in danger – so why isn’t Paul Maynard calling for Tory cuts to be cancelled?
Chris Webb, Labour’s candidate for Blackpool North and Cleveleys, has criticised Conservative MP Paul Maynard for supporting Theresa May’s plan for an early Parliamentary holiday.
The Government has tabled a Commons motion to bring forward the summer break several days early. MPs are expected to vote on the motion on Wednesday.
Labour’s Chris Webb said: “Paul...
Our National Health Service turned 70 last Thursday and it was great to see so many people celebrating and saying ‘Thank You’ to NHS staff past and present.
Like so many, I’m proud that we have universal, free-to-use healthcare in Britain. Unfortunately, so many across the world don’t have that luxury. From the start of our lives, to the very end, our NHS is there for us.