Greens and Liberal Democrats Aim to Kick Start Electric Vehicle Revolution at Gloucestershire County Council

Working collaboratively, Greens and Liberal Democrats aim to kick-start a green transport revolution.

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“Cutting speed really does save lives”

Liberal Democrats are backing the county’s launch of the ‘Speed Down, Saves Lives’ campaign as part of Brake’s National Road Safety Week which starts on Monday.

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“It starts with me”

Councillors in Gloucestershire are backing a campaign to promote healthy living which starts this week.

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Ofsted monitoring letter reveals children still at risk

An Ofsted letter sent to Gloucestershire County Council on 18th October 2017 has today finally appeared in the public domain.

The letter summarises the findings of the recent monitoring visit to Gloucestershire’s Children's services.

This is the 1st monitoring visit since Gloucestershire County Council was inspected on 27th February to 23rd March 2017 and found to be inadequate in the Ofsted report published on 13th June 2017.

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Petition launched to stop the police cuts

Gloucestershire's Liberal Democrats have today started an online campaign calling for the Home Secretary to stop the cuts in the county’s police force and properly fund it.

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‘Is new pilot another step towards the closure of Cheltenham’s A & E?’

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS have once again raised concerns over the future of Cheltenham hospital as a new NHS pilot will see patients moved to Gloucester.

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Just warm words on housing from Theresa May

Liberal Democrats are calling on the government to reform their ‘Right to Buy ‘scheme and ensure all affordable homes that are sold are replaced.

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Concern over council’s coffers

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS have today raised concerns over £35million worth of new pressures facing the County Council next year. 

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Want to ask the council an urgent question? Put it in writing!

The Conservatives at Shire Hall yesterday voted to stop people asking questions on the day of council meetings. 

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New BMX Pump Track in Cheltenham

A massive well done to Lib Dem Cllr. Iain Dobie (Leckhampton and Warden Hill) who has delivered a fantastic facility at Burrow's Field in Leckhampton.   

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