Angela spoke to ITV News in St Peters following reports of Anti-Social Behaviour in the run up to Bonfire Night.
Residents say they are frightened to leave their homes and vulnerable members of the community, including a disabled man and a pregnant woman, have been targeted.
Angela said the blame lies with the Government who have forced cuts of 90% to local youth services and harsh austerity measures which have taken 2,000 Greater Manchester Police officers off the streets.
She said: “Cuts have consequences and, along with other parliamentary colleagues, I have been pressing the Government to invest in our Police and Youth Services rather than cutting them.”
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