Gloucestershire Lib Dems call on Home Secretary to give police the resources they need

Gloucestershire Lib Dems call on Home Secretary to give police the resources they need

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats are bringing forward a motion at the County Council meeting on 16 May, calling for a reversal in cuts to the county’s already stretched police force.  

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Air Quality Report approved by Scrutiny Committee

Air Quality Report approved by Scrutiny Committee

Tackling air pollution in Gloucestershire from vehicle emissions is set to be an important priority for Gloucestershire County Council after the report of the air pollution task group, chaired by Cllr. Jeremy Hilton (Lib Dem Kingsholm & Wotton), was yesterday approved by the Environment and C...

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Gloucestershire Lib Dems call on UK Government to spend more on the country’s broken roads

Gloucestershire Lib Dems call on UK Government to spend more on the country’s broken roads

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats are bringing forward a motion calling on the UK Government to spend more on the country’s road network.  The motion, to be debated at the Council meeting on 16 May, highlights the group’s concern that of £30 billion raised by vehicle tax and fuel duty each year, ...

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The County Council just spent £1.7 million on consultants and it’s gone up by a quarter

The County Council just spent £1.7 million on consultants and it’s gone up by a quarter

Liberal Democrat councillors have expressed their concern after it was revealed that Gloucestershire County Council's spending on consultants has increased by a quarter compared to the previous year.

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SUP-free GCC?

SUP-free GCC?

An albatross unwittingly feeding plastic to their young. A sea turtle hopelessly ensnared in floating debris. A whale calf poisoned by her own mother’s contaminated milk. The most celebrated and watched programme of 2017 was also the most sobering.

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