Last updated 4 June 2020
Stockport Council stands in solidarity
Stockport Council stands together with people here and across the world who face racism and prejudice
We believe discrimination and oppression has no place in our society and we stand united in solidarity with those who seek to tackle inequalities.
Tolerance, kindness and respect are at the heart of our communities in Stockport and these values underpin our inclusive approach to the way we live. Racism and discrimination have no place in our society and we must, as a community, continue to make a stand.
Tackling inequalities has always been, and will continue to be, our priority.
Cllr Elise Wilson, Leader of Stockport Council
Cllr Tom McGee, Deputy Leader, Stockport Council
Pam Smith, Chief Executive, Stockport Council
Cllr Mark Hunter, Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group
Cllr Mike Hurleston, Leader of the Conservative Group
Cllr Adrian Nottingham, Leader of the Independent Ratepayers Group