Call for Road Safety Champion

Today at Shire Hall a proposal had been made for the creation of a Road Safety Champion for Gloucestershire.


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“Hands off our fire service” say Gloucestershire Lib Dems

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats have today voiced disappointment with the Police and Crime Commissioner in accepting £100K to mount a bid to takeover Gloucestershire’s Fire and Rescue Service.

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Lib Dems launch plan to get Gloucestershire back on track

As the county prepares to go to the polls to elect a new County Council on May 4, Gloucestershire’s Liberal Democrats have published their most detailed manifesto ever, setting out what they would do to get the Council back on track after 12 years of Tory failure. 


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County Council Elections - May 2017


The Liberal Democrat Candidates for the Gloucestershire County Council election on May 4th are as follows:

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‘Save our NHS’ say Lib Dems

Liberal Democrats will be putting the spotlight on the county's NHS funding crisis at the last council meeting before Gloucestershire goes to the polls in May.



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Hands off our airport

County Liberal Democrats have today spoken out against calls to build thousands of houses on the site of Gloucestershire Airport.


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Protect our bus services

Liberal Democrats have today called for the protection of all existing council bus services from any adverse changes in 2017/18.

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‘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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