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01 May 2013

Labour MP Paul Farrelly returned to his old school – St Mary’s RC Primary in Stanier Street, Newcastle - to hand out prizes to children during World Book Week.
29 Apr 2013

Labour leader Ed Miliband used a surprise visit to Newcastle-under-Lyme today to launch a six-point action plan for jobs and growth designed to steer Britain out of economic stagnation and on to a rapid path to recovery.
18 Mar 2013

Newcastle’s Labour MP Paul Farrelly joined dozens of campaigners who staged a demonstration march against proposals to develop an open cast coal mine on farm land at Great Oak, Bignall End.
15 Mar 2013

Businesses across Newcastle have been urged by the town’s Labour MP, Paul Farrelly, to recruit 100 apprentices in 100 days in an attempt to boost youth employment and help to kick-start economic recovery.
12 Feb 2013

Company chiefs have invested a further £500,000 in an attempt to reduce unpleasant gases escaping from a waste site at Newcastle which have caused widespread public protests.
15 Jan 2013

Villagers are facing the risk of a renewed environmental blight from plans to revive open cast coal mining in a rural area of North Staffordshire, MP Paul Farrelly has warned.
15 Jan 2013

A busy roundabout used every day as a school route by dozens of Newcastle children is to undergo major safety work following a campaign led by residents and supported by the town’s Labour MP Paul Farrelly.
21 Dec 2012

Newcastle’s Labour MP Paul Farrelly has welcomed an assurance that a company has been given three months to reduce the pungent smells coming from its landfill site at Silverdale.
24 Oct 2012

Spending cuts planned by Staffordshire County Council are threatening the future of a North Staffordshire organisation that provides conservation skills and promotes access to the local countryside.
16 Oct 2012

The Boundary Commission has torn up controversial initial proposals for new parliamentary boundaries in North Staffordshire, re-uniting the urban core of Newcastle-under-Lyme and the Potteries’ mother town of Burslem, and creating a new West Staffordshire seat instead.
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