‘Is new pilot another step towards the closure of Cheltenham’s A & E?’

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS have once again raised concerns over the future of Cheltenham hospital as a new NHS pilot will see patients moved to Gloucester.

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Just warm words on housing from Theresa May

Liberal Democrats are calling on the government to reform their ‘Right to Buy ‘scheme and ensure all affordable homes that are sold are replaced.

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Concern over council’s coffers

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS have today raised concerns over £35million worth of new pressures facing the County Council next year. 

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Want to ask the council an urgent question? Put it in writing!

The Conservatives at Shire Hall yesterday voted to stop people asking questions on the day of council meetings. 

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New BMX Pump Track in Cheltenham

A massive well done to Lib Dem Cllr. Iain Dobie (Leckhampton and Warden Hill) who has delivered a fantastic facility at Burrow's Field in Leckhampton.   

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“Our valuable blue light services should work together more closely” say Lib Dems

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS will call on the county’s three blue light services to develop new joint working projects at the last council meeting of the year in December. 

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News Release: Lib Dems welcome highways shake-up

The Liberal Democrats have welcomed the approach of moving away from using a single highways provider.   

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“Highway satisfaction levels aren’t great and yes there’s definitely a lot more to do”

That’s the message from the county Liberal Democrats following the publication of the annual highways satisfaction survey. In response to Gloucestershire County Council’s press release that says “satisfaction levels are up, but there’s more to do.”  

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Call for review to make sure carers are paid minimum wage

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS are calling for a review of the employment practices of care providers used by the County Council after concerns that many care staff are being paid less than the national minimum wage.

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Bid to lower voting age will be debated by councillors

Liberal Democrats in Gloucestershire are putting the spotlight on lowering the voting age to 16.

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