Councillors Make A Plea! – “Help us identify who these rogues really are”.
Today Thursday the 19th May 2016 your three Labour Councillors attended the Ashmore Park following reports that the ‘keep fit equipment’ had been vandalised. All three of us were shocked at the damage caused. It is heavy duty equipment and very robust. But as you can see from the photograph an intense and destructive attack […]
Black Country Bugle – Black Country Councils Should Voice Their Concerns!
My readers may be shocked at what they are about to read. Trinity Mirror (the owners) are aiming to close the Black Country Bugle which has a small staff and a very local office in Dudley. Then print and publish the Bugle from Tamworth! This is what the newspaper for Journalists (HoldtheFrontPage) writes in today’s […]
European Union Referendum
The European Referendum – I am taking calls from people who want to have a Postal Vote or want to vote in the Referendum. First you have to be registered to vote. If you have been voting in the Local Election it is safe to suggest that you are already on the register. If you […]
Investing In Your Future! Vote Labour….
https://www.facebook.com/Councillor-Phil-Bateman-MBE-Wednesfield-North-Labour-Party-300478026631398/?fref=nf Today is the day before Wolverhampton City Council elections. Please take a look at today’s Wednesfield North video. Listen to my plea, and give deep consideration to voting Labour here in Wednesfield North and Labour through out the City!
Labour Party Veteran Selected Again for Wednesfield North!
Wednesfield North Labour Party has selected veteran Labour Councillor Phil Bateman MBE to again carry the torch for Labour in the Wolverhampton City Council elections in May 2016. Councillor Phil Bateman MBE said “I am delighted to once again be chosen as the Labour Party Candidate for Wednesfield North.  I first stood for election in […]


Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more


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