Liverpool City Region’s devolution deal is a once-in-a-generation opportunity and will impact our communities for centuries to come. WE have a blueprint that works for everyone - and puts equality at the top of the agenda.
Bringing decision making closer to our communities means bringing new voices into politics. Right now, there are only three women in senior roles across Liverpool Combined Authority, representing over 575,000 women.
Tabitha Morton has a plan to put women’s equality at the heart of the Northern Powerhouse.
When Merseyside goes to the ballot box on 4th May, we have the chance to vote for a devolution deal that demands more for our communities. It is time to build a politics that works for everyone.