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Lib Dems will cut Bristol Council borrowing by £50m to save vital services

Lib Dems will cut Bristol Council borrowing by £50m to save vital services

Liberal Democrat councillors are proposing the largest budget amendment ever submitted to Bristol City Council which will see £50M of borrowing slashed from the Mayor's plans and a programme to invest in vital services including parks, libraries and social care. The amendment will be heard at Bri...

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A response to Cllr Smith

Cllr Anthony Negus responds to misleading statements from Bristol's Cabinet Member for Housing. I am sorry that there has been some concerns about my housing questions to Cabinet last week. The first was about the new housing company which we broadly support as it can deliver a wide-ranging of af...

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Libraries - An Update

Following the reprieve granted to the library service last month, it has become clear that this is not, in fact, reviewing all the options at all. Lib Dem Cotham Councillor, Anthony Negus, explains:The mayor and the executive member are not, as they have announced, making use of the libraries sta...

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