Despite all their talk, and all their taxes, Labour delivered a very poor deal for transport in the North West during their 13 years in power. Too many cities were unable to develop their local transport networks. Important transport hubs were held back and the daily experience for many of the travelling public was unpleasant, difficult and complex.
North West MEP, Jacqueline Foster, has today met with the Chief Executive and apprentices at one of the North West's most well-known companies, along with Andrew Gilbert, prospective Conservative MP for Birkenhead.
There are more than 220 Conservative Clubs across the North West of England. Jacqueline was invited to become the President of the North West Clubs, following the retirement of former Congleton MP, Lady Ann Winterton.
Jacqueline is a leading supporter of improving conditions of animal welfare across the EU and beyond. Sadly, the high standards of animal welfare that are often found in the UK are not repeated in some other EU states and Jacqueline often uses her position as a Vice President of the Animal Welfare Parliament Intrgroup to raise these concerns.