Bolton’s Crime and Anti-social behaviour

Superintendent Jones and Kirith Entwistle in front of a map of Bolton

Crime and anti-social behaviour are issues that regularly come up when speaking with people all across Bolton. Your feedback helped shape my local plan to tackle off-road bikes and Labour’s national policy agenda to take on knife crime. I have been raising concerns about the impact of shoplifting on Bolton businesses. I want to make […]

Campaign update: Off-road bikes

A specialist police unit to tackle nuisance off-road bikes is coming to Bolton. Kirith Entwistle has been calling for this, alongside Labour Councillors.

Restoring Bolton’s High Streets

Krith Entwistle presents Labour's plan for high streets

As part of Labour’s missions to get Britain building again and take back our streets, we will work to rejuvenate our high streets and bring economic growth back to Bolton and towns across the country.

Small boats, Rwanda, and asylum

Kirith Entwistle

While the Conservatives argue over their Rwanda scheme, Labour has a real plan to address the problems in Britain’s asylum system

Labour policies can change lives in Bolton

Kirith Entwistle laughing with health workers inside Breightmet Health Centre

Labour policies can change lives in Bolton. People often think that politics doesn’t matter and that choices made don’t really connect to the lives of most people. I understand that feeling. When you watch Parliament arguing over the drama of the day you wonder where the real issues are. Through all the noise, the impact […]

The £10m question for a Bolton MP

Kirth ENtwistle's letter to Bolton MP Mark Logan asking him to refuse any donation from Frank Hester after his racist comments were exposed.

I’ve written to the MP for Bolton North East, requesting him not to use the £10m donated by Frank Hester to the Conservatives following his racist remarks.

Bolton’s cold homes

Terraced homes in Bolton

Labour would insulate five million cold homes over five years, helping to cut household bills by an average of £445-a-year on current energy prices.