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  • Article: Apr 24, 2014
    By Councillor Gary malcolm in http://garymalcolm.blogspot.co.uk

    In the run up to the local and European elections many residents in our seven town centres will be making the decision as to how they might vote.

    The coalition government with Vince Cable's assistance has turned around the economy with not only growth, lower levels of inflation and importantly more jobs.Locally while more people are gaining employment we see the current Labour administration continue to fail in a number of areas:

  • Article: Apr 23, 2014

    Here is the report from Councillor Nigel Bakhai on this month's Elthorne Police Panel meeting.

    The main issue discussed at the meeting related to the ongoing street drinking problem in Hanwell town centre. The Police have requested a review into three local off licences which have been found in breach of their licensing laws. St Mellitus Church has now padlocked their garden, and as a result many of the street drinkers have now moved to in front of Our Lady of St Josephs instead.

  • Article: Apr 16, 2014

    Ealing Council approved a Liberal Democrat motion on Europe at its April council meeting. The Lib Dem motion recognised the benefits to Ealing of EU membership and rejects calls for a referendum on Europe unless new powers are transferred to Brussels. Unfortunately, due to time constraints the motion was not debated at the meeting, but was supported by both Labour and Liberal Democrat council groups.

  • Article: Apr 16, 2014

    Councillor Nigel Bakhai's speech at the April meeting of Ealing Council on the Conservative and Liberal Democrat pledges to freeze council tax for the next four years:-

    At the last full council, the Ealing Lib Dem council group voted to freeze council tax over the next four years and we have included this as one of our priorities in our election manifesto.

  • Article: Apr 10, 2014

    Stephen Knight AM, Liberal Democrat London Assembly environment spokesperson, commenting on today's Public Health England report "Estimating Local Mortality Burdens associated with Particulate Air Pollution said:


    "This is just the latest scientific report confirming that air pollution remains the second biggest public health risk facing Londoners after smoking."

  • Article: Apr 10, 2014

    Campaigning for safer roads has for a long time been a key priority of mine and it has been a key issue I have continually raised at City Hall, including challenging the Mayor to meet the repeated promises he has made to cyclists. In 2012 there were 118 cyclists killed on our roads in the UK. Many more adults and children were seriously injured, in some cases with lifelong injuries.

  • Personal allowance - £700 tax cut promised, £800 delivered
    Article: Apr 6, 2014

    Today, 24 million people will receive a £700 tax cut compared to 2010. This will put £700 back in the pockets of the lowest earners.

    Thanks to the Liberal Democrats, the new income tax personal allowance kicks in, reaching £10,000. It means 24m working people are paying £700 less in income tax than they were under Labour; people on the minimum wage have had the amount they pay in income tax more than halved; and 2.7m of people in the lowest paid jobs will no longer pay any income tax at all.

  • Article: Apr 5, 2014

    Speaking at the Welsh Liberal Democrat conference today, Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg accused Labour and the Conservatives of being 'missing in action' on Europe. He also said that he would be taking his message around the country, in town halls, radio phone-ins and in any way he can; speaking directly to millions of voters about why we should be IN Europe - to protect British jobs, keep our streets safe, and maintain our standing in the world.

  • Article: Apr 4, 2014

    Caroline Pidgeon AM, leader of the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Group, commenting on the freedom of information request by Mayorwatch website confirming a long standing attempt by Transport for London to cover up the full details of the actual income being received from Barclays Bank for sponsorship of the cycle hire scheme said:

  • Article: Apr 4, 2014

    Today, Labour's Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls claimed that families are worse off under this government. However, the Liberal Democrats have been cleaning up Labour's mess.

    Commenting on Ed Balls' claims, Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander said:

    "On this weekend of all weekends, Ed Balls needs to acknowledge the work Liberal Democrats are doing in government to clean up Labour's mess.

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