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LIB DEMS PROMISE TO LISTEN, CARE AND WORK FOR MK

by Douglas McCall on 5 May, 2021

Ahead of the local elections on 6th May, the Liberal Democrats are putting reducing child poverty, Covid recovery, tackling flooding and cleaning up neighbourhoods top of their list. If elected to run the Council in May, the Liberal Democrats will: • Reduce child poverty • Tackle unaffordable housing and homelessness • Help our children and […]

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Lib Dem Council Candidates for May 2021

by Richard Greenwood on 29 April, 2021

Below are a list of the MK Lib Dem candidates standing in the May 2021 council elections There are 21 vacancies across 19 seats, with an extra vacancy in each of Central Milton Keynes and Woughton & Fishermead due to councillors standing down early. Ward Candidate Bletchley East Sean McCabe Bletchley Park *no candidate – […]

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Lib Dems Promise A Carbon Neutral Milton Keynes

by paultrendall on 26 April, 2021

In their bold local election manifesto, the Liberal Democrats have pledged to create a carbon neutral Milton Keynes by 2030, so that we can become a truly green city. The Group have said that they will: Pursue large scale tree-planting and ensure trees are planted in all new estates. Protect wildlife by creating continuous wildlife […]

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In their bold local election manifesto, the Liberal Democrats have pledged to rebuild the local economy and maintain a balanced budget, so that Milton Keynes can recover from COVID-19. The Group have said that they will: Support training in industries of the future and encourage lifelong learning. Provide residents with advice when it comes to […]

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Ahead of the local elections on 6 May 2021, the Liberal Democrats have pledged to improve and innovate Milton Keynes public transport. The Group have said that they will: Protect and repair our unique network of redways. Work to ensure innovations in public transport serve the needs of our residents. Upgrade more of our bus […]

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Ahead of local elections on 6 May 2021, the Liberal Democrats have pledged to look after our streets, keep the environment tidy and reduce flooding. The Group’s plan for transforming the streets and neighbourhoods of Milton Keynes is set out in their forward-thinking manifesto for the May elections: Improve our street scene by fixing potholes, […]

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Local Liberal Democrats say they will fight for better health and social care ahead of elections on 6 May 2021 In their local election manifesto, the Group have set out their priorities for health and social care: Reflect the lessons learnt from the pandemic in Council policy. Work with partners to reduce health inequalities. Maintain […]

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Local Liberal Democrats have promised to help the children and young people of Milton Keynes thrive, ahead of the local elections on 6 May 2021. In their manifesto, the Group have said that they will: Oppose moves towards selective education and fight for a good comprehensive education for all children. Support schools so they have […]

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John Howson Responds to MK Stabbings

by Richard Greenwood on 31 March, 2021

Statement from Cllr John Howson Lib Dem Police & Crime Commissioner Candidate for Thames Valley, following the incident near Furzton lake where two teenage boys were stabbed. ‘I was horrified to hear of the stabbing incident in Milton Keynes. The police and CPS must do everything to ensure that those involved are brought to justice […]

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Local Liberal Democrats have pledged to tackle unaffordable housing and homelessness ahead of elections on 6 May 2021. The Group have said in their manifesto that they will: Develop a housing company. Support private renters by working with private landlords. Listen to residents’ views about Council housing maintenance matters. Make sure the number of people […]

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