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2020 Lib Dem Manifesto Added to Council Plan

by Richard Greenwood on 5 June, 2020

The MK Lib Dem manifesto prepared for the May 2020 local elections has now been added to the Milton Keynes Council Plan after the partnership agreement with Labour was renewed. The 2020 MK Lib Dem manifesto can be downloaded by clicking here. The 7 key priorities in the manifesto were:• Tackle poverty and homelessness• Support […]

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The Liberal Democrats are calling for EU citizens to be given the automatic right to stay in the UK, as new official figures show 11,050 EU nationals living in Milton Keynes have not been granted permanent Settled Status to remain in the UK. Pointing to the contribution of EU nationals working in the NHS during the […]

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Recycling Centres Reopen on 18th May

by Douglas McCall on 13 May, 2020

We are very pleased to inform you that the Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) will open from Monday 18 May. All three sites, Newport Pagnell, Bleak Hall and New Bradwell will be open 7 days a week. The Council would like to thank residents for their patience.COVID-19 safety measures:The Council has introduced a series of […]

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Milton Keynes Liberal Democrat and Labour Groups have again signed an agreement to work in partnership on Milton Keynes Council for the year ahead, after local elections were postponed until May 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Milton Keynes Labour Group currently runs the Council as a minority administration with the support of the […]

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The Liberal Democrats have launched a campaign to protect furloughed workers and their families with proposals to continue furlough payments when lockdown measures are eased, preventing redundancies. Acting Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey, who is asking the public to join his campaign to protect furloughed workers, said his party’s plans would give people […]

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Bulky Waste Collections Restarted

by Douglas McCall on 28 April, 2020

As from Monday 27 April Milton Keynes Council restarted their bulky waste collection service.This chargeable service is for items such as household furniture, carpets, white goods, microwaves, TVs, garden waste and rubbish bags. Call on 01908 252570 to arrange collection.

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Helping out at Foodbank Xtra

by Douglas McCall on 24 April, 2020

Complying with social distancing, Lib Dem Cllrs from across Milton Keynes helping out at Foodbank Xtra, which is a joint venture between MK Council and MK Foodbank to feed the vulnerable during the Coronavirus pandemic.If you need help getting food during the crisis call Foodbank Xtra on 01908 565852.Alternatively, if you are able to donate […]

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Lib Dems launch campaign for ‘Frontline Support Package’

by Richard Greenwood on 23 April, 2020

The Liberal Democrats have launched a campaign calling for a ‘Frontline Support Package’, a five-point plan to give frontline workers the support they need and the recognition they deserve as they get us through this appalling coronavirus crisis. Acting Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey thanked the “army of workers protecting us” in hospitals, […]

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MK Lib Dem Council Leadership Team & Shadow Cabinet

by Richard Greenwood on 21 April, 2020

Milton Keynes Liberal Democrats announce leadership team and shadow cabinet Milton Keynes Liberal Democrat Council Group announced their new leadership team and shadow cabinet for the year ahead at their Annual General Meeting last night, which was held remotely (via video conferencing) for the first time. Longstanding councillor Douglas McCall was re-elected Group Leader and […]

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Food Bank Xtra

by Richard Greenwood on 16 April, 2020

Milton Keynes Council has teamed up with MK Food Bank to create Food Bank Xtra, a new city-wide service that is providing essential food and resources during the coronavirus crisis. If you need help: If you are in need, you can contact the Food Bank Helpline on 01908 565852 between 10am and 4pm Monday to […]

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