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Greens and Labour party form Sheffield City Council coalition

May 20, 2021

After more than two weeks of negotiations, a coalition will be formed between the Labour Party and Green party to lead Sheffield City Council. Following a ‘No overall control’ result from the council elections on 6th May, Labour will be forming a coalition...

Labour Leaflet Photoshops Out Vandalism

May 6, 2021

A campaign posted to residents has been brandished as 'dishonest' after locals claim a photo on their political leaflets has been untruthfully altered. Yesterday, Labour Rose pamphlets were delivered to homes in Parsons Cross with a photo clearly edited to make a...

Meet your Sheffield European election candidates

May 16, 2019

With the European elections looming, candidates from across the political spectrum are hoping to win over voters, with Brexit being the hottest topic. ShefNews has spoken to various candidates to provide an overview of what each party stands for. Liberal Democrats...

Home office rejects offer for Battle of Orgreave enquiry

Mar 7, 2019

An offer by the Bishop of Sheffield to set up an independent panel to scrutinise police action during the Battle of Orgreave, has been rejected by the home secretary Sajid Javid. The Right Rev Dr Peter Wilcox said he had large amounts of public support from...

Transport in the North: MPs demand more funding

Nov 7, 2017

Several northern MPs took to the House of Commons to demand more investment on transport funding for the north of England last night. In a debate that was not attended by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, MPs highlighted the funding disparity between London and the...

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