‘Council must learn vital lessons from Cleeve Link’ say Lib Dems

Liberal Democrats have today called for improved communication between all existing care providers and Gloucestershire County Council to lessen the impact of sudden liquidation announcements on service users and staff.

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Lib Dems force huge changes to Tory budget

Today, the Liberal Democrats in Gloucestershire forced the Tories into a series of humiliating budget U-turns.

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'Take back control of our roads' - Lib Dems

Liberal Democrats have today announced bold plans to bring the county’s roads and footways back under the control of the County Council.


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Safety service being run on a shoe string

Over £1.3 million has been cut from the local government service that works to protect consumers and support legitimate business over the last seven years in Gloucestershire.  


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Cuts, cuts and more cuts

Today Gloucestershire County Council’s Conservative bosses announced their spending plans for the coming year.


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Council rakes in millions from parking

Nearly £10 million profit has been produced from council parking operations over the last five years in Gloucestershire.  


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Massive cuts hit adults with learning disabilities

Since 2015, over £4million has been cut from the County Council’s budgets for adults with learning disabilities.


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Massive cut to mental health spending slammed as ‘cruel’

Yesterday at Shire Hall Gloucestershire Conservatives announced their spending plans for 2017.

And in a controversial move they announced that they will be cutting the public mental health budget by a massive 30%.


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Gloucestershire’s LEP should not make decisions behind closed doors

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS are calling for the Local Enterprise Partnership for Gloucestershire to hold its board meetings in public.


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Shock over lack of commitment for M5 Junction 10 upgrade

Liberal Democrats have at a Highways England Presentation yesterday expressed bitter disappointment that no assurances have been given to improve Junction 10 of the M5 near Cheltenham.


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