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MK Lib Dem Shadow Cabinet

by Douglas McCall on 9 May, 2019

The Milton Keynes Liberal Democrat Council Group has announced their Shadow Cabinet. Leader: Cllr Douglas McCall (Pictured Above)Deputy Leader: Cllr Ric BrackenburyFinance & Resources: Cllr Robin BradburnCommunity & Housing: Cllr Jenni FerransEnvironment & Transport: Cllr Vanessa McPakeChildren & Families: Cllr Jane CarrHealth & Adult Social Care: Cllr Andy Reilly

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Lib Dems Continue Partnership Agreement

by Richard Greenwood on 9 May, 2019

The Milton Keynes Liberal Democrats have agreed to continue the partnership agreement with Labour on MK Council in a deal which will see the whole of the Lib Dem manifesto for 2019 added to the Council Plan. The previous partnership had been a success ensuring that the council was stable and able to take steps […]

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MK Lib Dem Leadership Team

by Douglas McCall on 8 May, 2019

At their AGM last night the newly expanded Milton Keynes Liberal Democrat Council elected their Leadership Team for the year ahead. Cllr Douglas McCall (Photo) was re-elected Group Leader. Douglas has been Leader since 2012 and has been a councillor for 23 years. Cllr Ric Brackenbury was re-elected Deputy Leader and Cllr Jane Carr was […]

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MK Lib Dems Make Biggest Gains on 2 May 2019

by Richard Greenwood on 4 May, 2019

In the elections to Milton Keynes council the party to make the biggest gains were the Liberal Democrats gaining 3 seats, while Labour gained 2, and the big losers were the Conservatives who lost 5 councillors. Liberal Democrat councillors work hard for their communities, which is why we made the biggest gains in Milton Keynes […]

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The Environment in Everything we Do

by Richard Greenwood on 14 April, 2019

Defending the environment is central to everything we do. Policies we’ve influenced in Milton Keynes always have care about the environment at their heart, and MK is a greener city for the things our party has done. What we’ve not done is talked about our achievements, because we assume everyone else would behave in the […]

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Fixing MK’s Pothole Problem

by Richard Greenwood on 9 April, 2019

The state of many estate roads in MK has been a big problem. Thanks to the Lib Dem councillors on MK council the problem policy was changed after the elections in 2018 based on MK Lib Dem policy, and the state of many of our roads and paths are finally starting to improve. For a […]

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Lib Dem Council Candidates for May 2019

by Richard Greenwood on 4 April, 2019

The MK Liberal Democrats have a candidate in every ward in Milton Keynes, so no matter where you are in Milton Keynes you’ll be able to vote Lib Dem on the 2nd May. In our more winnable wards this year half of our candidates are women, with almost a third of all of our candidates […]

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MK Lib Dem 2019 Local Election Manifesto

by Douglas McCall on 25 March, 2019

The Milton Keynes Liberal Democrat Manifesto for the local elections, “Demand Better for Milton Keynes”, is launched today. Our Key Priorities for 2019/20 • Action to tackle child poverty• Action to reduce levels of litter• Protection for the most vulnerable from Tory austerity cuts• Support for the homeless to help them off the streets• Action […]

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MK Lib Dems Back the People’s Vote Campaign

by Richard Greenwood on 22 October, 2018

On Saturday 20th October a number of MK Lib Dems travelled down to London to support the People’s Vote campaign.  On the day it is estimated that over 700,000 people marched, the second largest protest this century, with only the Stop the War march with an estimated 1 million people being larger – which is […]

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Lib Dem Pothole Policy Success

by Douglas McCall on 5 October, 2018

The Liberal Democrats have used their influence on MK Council to have the Council’s policy regarding fixing potholes changed; 1. The Liberal Democrats have argued that the intervention level, the depth that potholes need to reach to be repaired, should be reduced. This has now been reduced from 50mm to 40mm. 2. The Lib Dems […]

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