Liberal Democrat Mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has announced plans to put power back into the hands of local people in Bristol.Read more
Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has unveiled plans to help residents pay for their Council Tax bills.Read more
Bristol Liberal Democrats have lunched their election campaign for the City of Bristol Mayoral and local elections taking place on 5th May, with a full slate of 70 local election candidates across the 34 wards in the city in May in addition to our candidate for mayor, Dr Kay Barnard.Read more
Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has unveiled plans to help radically improve Bristol’s environment, including setting ambitious recycling and waste targets and proposals to tackle the city’s dangerously polluted air quality.
Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has outlined her plans to deliver cheaper bus fares, reduce the cost of the RPZ permits, improve cycling facilities and to introduce a new Park and Ride and new local train stations.
Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has written about the "West of England" devolution deal, announced in the Budget 2016.Read more
A Lib Dem motion to introduce a low emission zone to help improve the air quality of Bristol’s most highly polluted streets has been agreed with cross-party support.Read more
Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has written about her support for 20mph speed limits in residential roads.
Local Liberal Democrats have accused the Tory Deputy Mayor of dirty tricks after he told the Chief Executive of Bristol City Council and Bristol 2015 Ltd. to stay away from a Council meeting to discuss Bristol 2015 Ltd.’s spending of public money during Bristol’s year as the European Green Capital.
The Bristol Liberal Democrats have expressed delight at the collective decision made by Bath and North East Somerset voters to reject plans for an elected mayor.