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Labour Oldham are spending 60% of the money they receive from the governments Controlling Migration Fund creating four new high salaried positions

Oldham Council has been given £602,000 from the government’s oddly named “Controlling Migration Fund” to deal with pressures from high volumes of migrants and in true Labour Oldham style they are spending 60% of the…


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On Tuesday Oldham Council leader Jean Stretton was ousted by her own local Labour group and MP Debbie Abrahams was sacked from Labour’s shadow cabinet

On Tuesday Oldham council leader Jean Stretton has been ousted by the council’s Labour group, Failsworth Councillor Sean Fielding will become the new leader on the 23rd of May. Councillor Fielding took to twitter on…


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Between spring 2013 and spring 2017 the number of foreign born children in Oldham schools increased by a staggering 777%

Here’s Oldham Labour Council’s response to our freedom of information request on the numbers of foreign born children in Oldham schools. Apparently the Council the body who oversee school admissions don’t actually collect any data…






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Labour Oldham to build 900 new homes in the area with the boroughs lowest household income and 44% more housing benefit claimants than anywhere else

Government statistics released today show that the 014 area of Oldham has the joint 7th lowest household income in England & Wales. This is the area which already has 44% more housing benefit claimants than…



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We estimate the number of foreign born children in Oldham schools increased by between 700% and 800% in just four years, it is time Oldham Council came clean on migrant pressure

We estimate the number of foreign born children in Oldham schools increased by between 700% and 800% in just four years. We are challenging Oldham Labour Council to display their so called transparent democracy and…



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Minority ethnic pupils now make up almost 50% of Oldham primary school pupils, are Oldham Labour Council deliberately misleading the public on the pace of population change?

Schools census stats from January 2017 show minority ethnic pupils now make up 46.5% of primary school pupils in state-funded Oldham schools & 39.8% of pupils in state-funded Oldham secondary schools. According to Oldham Council’s…