Category Archives: Cllr Nigel Murphy

Open letter to the Labour Party concerning Mary Murphy

Dear Sir/Madam re: behaviour of Cllr Mary Murphy (Hulme ward) I am writing to you about the behaviour of one of the elected members of the Labour Party. As you will be aware, Mary Murphy circulated an article from “Manchester … Continue reading

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It’s the Green Party and you can cry if you want to

MCFly 57 (published Sunday 26th September) reported that Gayle O’Donovan would be standing for the Green Party in the Hulme by-election forced by the resignation of sitting councillor Emily Lomax. Two days later MCFly’s website reported that Ms O’Donovan had … Continue reading

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Green Expo report

by staff reporter Scott Templeton A slightly nervous looking Cllr Nigel Murphy, the new Executive Member for the Environment, kicked off this exhibition and conference of sustainable building held over two days at GMEX (now known as Manchester Central). Our … Continue reading

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Manchester City Council’s first post-election meeting

For anyone who has been observing Manchester City Council’s slow slide back into ‘business as usual’ on climate change, it will come as no surprise that there was no mention of the subject in today’s full Council meeting. The job … Continue reading

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News flash – rumours of new Environment Executive

Rumour reaches MCFly from more than one source (so it MUST be true!) that on Wednesday May 19th, at the first full Council meeting since the May 6th local elections, Cllr Nigel Murphy will be named as the Executive Member … Continue reading

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