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Milton Keynes Council’s Progressive Alliance of Labour and the Liberal Democrats has announced their plan for tackling child poverty and supporting children and young people. The Council Plan, due to be approved at a meeting of the Full Council next week [16/06], has 5 key priorities for the Alliance, including fighting child poverty and supporting […]

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Milton Keynes Liberal Democrats are set to bring a motion to June’s Full Council to oppose Tory government plans for people to show photo ID in order to vote in general elections. The plans, which were announced in the Queen’s Speech back in May, have been criticised by the Electoral Reform Society, who estimate the […]

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Milton Keynes Council has today announced its progressive Council Plan, which sets out how the Council will work to achieve a bold and fair recovery for Milton Keynes from the pandemic. The Progressive Alliance is delivering the priorities of the people of Milton Keynes. Working cross-party, they will use the Plan to deliver progress for […]

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Milton Keynes Council has extended its business grant scheme to provide a further £2m to local businesses before the end of June. The Conservative Government’s business support grants have left many local businesses behind and MK Council’s Progressive Alliance is now extending the discretionary support scheme to provide a further £2m to local businesses and […]

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Councillor Robin Bradburn, Liberal Democrat Group Leader on Milton Keynes Council, has written to Iain Stewart Conservative MP for Milton Keynes South, urging him not to break his election commitment on international development spending by voting to abandon the UK’s 0.7% of GNI target in a potential vote on 7th June. In the 2019 General […]

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Last week, Labour and the Lib Dems united in a Progressive Alliance to run a majority administration, and yesterday the Leader of the Council announced the Cabinet. Labour Councillor Pete Marland remains Leader of the Council. Liberal Democrat Councillor Robin Bradburn is now Deputy Leader of the Council, and Cabinet member for Economy, Recovery and […]

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Milton Keynes Liberal Democrat Council Group 2021/22

by Richard Greenwood on 20 May, 2021

Meet your Liberal Democrat Group on Milton Keynes Council for the year ahead! Councillor Robin Bradburn (Bradwell) – Leader of the Lib Dem Group, Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Economy, Recovery and Renewal. Councillor Jane Carr (Newport Pagnell South) – Deputy Leader of the Lib Dem Group and Cabinet Member for […]

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The Liberal Democrats are to become part of the leadership of the Council to lead Milton Keynes through its COVID recovery. The Group believe that Milton Keynes Council must remain forward looking, positive and inclusive, and that there’s one way to achieve this – a unique Progressive Alliance. Councillor Robin Bradburn, Liberal Democrat Group Leader, […]

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Labour and the Lib Dems have united in a Progressive Alliance to make sure Milton Keynes has a prosperous, green and fair recovery from the pandemic. At last week’s elections, the combined Groups had the majority of the vote, and together have the most seats on the Council. They will run a majority administration with […]

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New Council Group Leadership Team Announced

by Richard Greenwood on 10 May, 2021

The Milton Keynes Liberal Democrat Council Group has announced their new leadership team for the year ahead at a meeting yesterday. Councillor Robin Bradburn was elected Group Leader, with Councillor Jane Carr becoming Deputy Leader. Councillor Paul Trendall is the new Chair, while Councillor Andy Reilly is Vice-Chair. Newly elected Group Leader Councillor Robin Bradburn […]

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