New Figures Show Pothole Failure

Today a new set of figures released by Gloucestershire County Council show targets for pothole repairs being missed again.


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Liberal Democrats condemn COXIT

The Liberal Democrat statement on what has been termed ‘Coxit’, the Cotswold District Council’s exit from Gloucestershire County Council reads as follows:

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SkillZone to get funding for third year running

The Liberal Democrats have for the third financial year running secured safety sessions at Gloucester’s SkillZone for all Year 5 school pupils across the county.



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Investing to support the mental health and wellbeing of young people

At the County Council's budget setting meeting in Shire Hall last week the Liberal Democrats successfully secured an investment of £25K for 2016/2017into mental health support for children and young people. This follows from the £450K investment the Liberal Democrats secured two years ago to improve young people’s mental health services.  

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Liberal Democrats secure investment for county roads

At yesterday's Gloucestershire County Council's budget setting meeting the Liberal Democrats successfully secured a number of proposals that include £2m extra funding for the county's roads.



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Liberal Democrat Statement on Gloucestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Election

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats will not be standing a candidate in May’s Police and Crime Commissioner Elections.


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Lib Dem proposals brings a ray of light to Tory budget

The Liberal Democrats on Gloucestershire County Council have today announced a full list of budget proposals amounting to over £2million for 2016/2017.


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Allocating tax-payers money ‘by a nod and a wink’ is unacceptable say Lib Dems

The County Council have agreed at this week’s full council meeting to look at  whether or not the shuffling of financial funds in council reserves should be approved not just by the Cabinet, but by all members of the Council.

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Call to end ambulance service crisis in Gloucestershire

A Liberal Democrat motion submitted to full council next week will look once again at worrying ambulance response times across many parts of Gloucestershire.


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Labour trash chances of council incinerator vote

Labour Councillor Brian Oosthuysen today used his casting vote as Chairman of the Overview and Scrutiny Management Committee to reject the Liberal Democrats challenge over Cabinet’s approval of an extra £17 million contribution towards the Javelin Park incinerator.


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