10,000 GLOUCESTERSHIRE RESIDENTS MISSING OUT ON £25 MILLION IN UNCLAIMED PENSION CREDIT

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats are lifting the lid on unclaimed pension credit in the county, with more than 10,000 Gloucestershire pensioners missing out on nearly £25 million of pension credit. 

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GLOUCESTERSHIRE LIB DEMS PRAISE “UNIQUELY EXCITING” MISSING LINK SCHEME

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats have  come out in support of the Highways England’s Missing Link Scheme, calling it “uniquely exciting for our county.”

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CLLR KEITH RIPPINGTON JOINS THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats are delighted to announce that the County Councilor for Bisley and Painswick, Keith Rippington, has joined the party. 

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OFSTED REPORTS CONTINUED FAILINGS

Ofsted release its latest report on Gloucestershire's Children's Services today, highlighting a number of failing areas including timely mental health provision and employment or education opportunities.

 

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GLOS LIB DEMS SECURE SUPPORT FOR CARBON ZERO DEVELOPMENTS

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats continued their attack on the Climate Emergency on Wednesday, with cross party support of their motion calling for carbon-zero public buildings and developments. 

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ENABLING COUNCILLORS TO MAKE OUR ROADS SAFER

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats and Green Councillors are pushing for changes to road safety policies to enable them to make their communities safer.

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ASSURANCES SOUGHT THAT RECYCLING WON’T BE INCINERATED IN ‘NO DEAL’

Lib Dem Council leader, Cllr Joe Harris, is seeking assurances from Gloucestershire County Council that the Cotswolds’ recyclable material won’t be sent to the Javelin Park incinerator in the case of a no-deal Brexit.

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MAKING DEVELOPERS GO GREEN

Gloucestershire’s Liberal Democrats are keeping up the pressure on the climate emergency next week by demanding that all public buildings or developments on County Council land are carbon neutral. 

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COUNTY COUNCILLORS DEMAND GREATER SCRUTINY INTO CARE HOME CLOSURES

Opposition councillors are united in calling for the Conservative decision to close Wyatt House and Southfields to be delayed and to receive proper scrutiny.

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LIBERAL HANDS AT THE HELM OF POLICE SCRUTINY

Following the historic elections in May – where the Liberal Democrats took control of Cotswold District Council and made gains in Tewkesbury and the Forest of Dean – the balance of power swung out of Conservative hands on the Police and Crime Panel. 

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