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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Anger over nationality check on children

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats  have condemned the Government for asking schools to collect information from parents on the nationality of their children. 



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Cash strapped council splashing out on new telephones

Lib Dems in Gloucestershire have today challenged the Conservatives over costs to upgrade county council’s phone system.


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Tories fail to lobby for extra highways money

Lib Dems in Gloucestershire have reacted with dismay to the news that Tory highways chiefs have not asked the government even once for more cash to fix the county's roads.

Tory transport minister Lord Ahmed admitted to the lack of action in a response to a parliamentary question tabled by Lib Dem peer Lord Jones of Cheltenham.


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Full support given to increase county's recycling rates

Liberal Democrat calls for improvements to Gloucestershire's recycling rates has today received unanimous support.


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Strong monitoring needed for meals on wheels provider

Liberal Democrats at Wednesday’s county council meeting will call for more robust monitoring of Gloucestershire’s ‘meals on wheels’ service.


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County recycling targets missed for last 4 years

Latest figures show that Gloucestershire is binning more waste than ever but too much is going to landfill.

Now, the Liberal Democrats are calling for the County Council to get its recycling shoes on and start hitting waste targets. At next week’s Council meeting they’ll be calling on Shire Hall bosses to find ways to boost the amount we all leave out on the kerbside which can be used again.


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County’s highways slammed by parish and county councillors

Performance of the county's highways contractor has come under attack again following the release of satisfaction surveys.


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Action on student mental health crisis

A motion to try and tackle mental health problems in schools, colleges and Universities will be debated at Gloucestershire County Council next week.

Last year, a survey carried out by the Association of Colleges (AoC) found that 66% of respondents said that the number of students with mental health difficulties had ‘significantly increased’ in the past three years. Moreover, 75% felt that their college had ‘significant numbers’ of students who had undisclosed mental health difficulties.


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Traffic warden contract should be parked!

Liberal Democrats have criticised the decision to extend Gloucestershire County Council’s parking enforcement contract with APCOA.


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