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Lib Dem Council Candidates for May 2018

by Douglas McCall on 28 April, 2018

The MK Liberal Democrats have a candidate in every ward in Milton Keynes, so no matter where you are you can vote Lib Dem on the 3rd May. There are two candidates in Newport Pagnell South as there are TWO vacancies. The full list of candidates is as follows: Bletchley East: Stephen Clark Bletchley Park: […]

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When is a pothole not a pothole? When it is less than 50mm apparently, at least according to council policy! This means that when a pothole is reported by residents (and often by your local Lib Dem Focus team), a member of council staff comes out to measure the pothole to make sure it is […]

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Liberal Democrat Manifesto for Milton Keynes Council

by Douglas McCall on 19 April, 2018

Click here to download a PDF document version of this MK Lib Dem Manifesto for the 2018 Local Elections Our Party in MK and Key Priorities The Liberal Democrats have a significant number of councillors on Milton Keynes council who use their knowledge and influence for the benefit of current and future residents.  We use […]

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MK Lib Dems Have a Record of Success

by Richard Greenwood on 18 April, 2018

By working constructively with others the Milton Keynes Liberal Democrats have a record of success on Milton Keynes council.  After the last council elections in 2016, Labour and the Tories each had 22 councillors, with the 13 Lib Dem councillors using their influence to fight for the best for all of the residents across the […]

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MK Lib Dems Put up a Full Slate of Candidates Across MK

by Richard Greenwood on 18 April, 2018

For the local elections on 3rd May 2018 the Milton Keynes Liberal Democrats have candidates in all wards across the city and countryside across our local authority.  This includes candidates for both seats which are available in Newport Pagnell South. With each of the Tory and Labour parties on 22 council seats, the Milton Keynes […]

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Thirty years of public service

by Douglas McCall on 13 April, 2018

Councillor Isobel McCall, the longest serving Leader of Milton Keynes Council and the only woman in the Council’s history to hold the post, has decided to retire from politics after 30 years of public service. Isobel serviced on Milton Keynes Council for 22 years, where she chaired a number of committees as well as being […]

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Former Lib Dem Mayor stands down from Council

by Douglas McCall on 10 April, 2018

  MK Lib Dems would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to Cllr Derek Eastman for his 13 years service on Milton Keynes Council. During that time Derek was Mayor of Milton Keynes and chaired a number of committees, most recently the Development Control Committee.   Derek, and his wife Heather, are downsizing and […]

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More Money for Signs

by Douglas McCall on 6 March, 2018

The Liberal Democrats have persuaded the Council to increase the amount of money to be spent specifically on street name signs by £100,000 in the budget proposals for the Financial Year 2018/19. Many residents have reported that delivery drivers, and more importantly ambulances, can’t find their houses due to missing or broken signs.

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More Money for Residential Roads

by Douglas McCall on 24 February, 2018

  The Lib Dem Focus Team often gets complaints about the state of residential roads.   The Liberal Democrats have taken up these issues with Milton Keynes Council and have persuaded the Council to increase the amount of money to be spent specifically on residential roads by £250,000 in the capital budget proposals for the […]

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Lib Dem Success – Grit Bins and Graffiti Busters Saved

by Douglas McCall on 22 February, 2018

  At the Milton Keynes Council budget setting meeting on the 21st February the Administration accepted the Liberal Democrat amendment to save both the grit bins and the graffiti busters.

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