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Councillor Clare Campion-Smith resigns from Bristol City Council

Councillor Clare Campion-Smith resigns from Bristol City Council

After 12 years serving Henleaze – and later Westbury – on Bristol City Council, Clare Campion-Smith has today announced her resignation. Clare has had a distinguished career on the council, serving in two administrations’ cabinets and serving a term as Lord Mayor. In her time as councillor, Clare...

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Labour ‘choose cuts over services’ as Lib Dem amendment is voted down

Bristol Liberal Democrats have expressed disappointment as their budget amendment was unanimously voted down by the Labour Council Group. The amendment, which would have diverted funds away from an Armageddon-scenario contingency funding, would have allowed for investment into libraries, parks an...

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Lib Dems urge Mayor to ‘put people before politics’ as they introduce largest ever budget amendment

Lib Dems urge Mayor to ‘put people before politics’ as they introduce largest ever budget amendment

The Bristol Liberal Democrats have made a final plea to Mayor Marvin Rees and the Labour Council Group to set aside political loyalties and to back their amendment to save libraries, parks and other public services. With the budget set to be debated at City Hall, the Mayor’s proposed budget would...

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