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After a short but extremely energetic campaign South Bristol campaigners are celebrating saving the 51 bus service between Hengrove and the city centre.
An offer from Wessex to save the services, negotiated by local Liberal Democrat Councillors has been accepted by Bristol City Council.
Since the referendum, hundreds of people have joined the City of Bristol Liberal Democrats. We asked three members who joined last year what they can expect.
If their stories inspire you, you can join here.
THOUSANDS OF BRISTOLIANS were shocked and disappointed by the result of the EU referendum - especially when most of Bristol voted overwhelmingly against Brexit.
It has become completely clear that the Leave campaign had no plan for exiting the EU, plunging the country into political and financial chaos, while the result has stoked up paranoia and xenophobia.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to fight the next election on a promise to rejoin the EU as quickly as possible.
Lib Dem mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has released a statement in response to the news report in The Bristol Cable that the Mayor of Bristol and senior council officials allegedly hid the potential for fracking in Avonmouth, in order to not disrupt the controversial sale of the Bristol Port land.
Cllr Anthony Negus has written about how the role of a councillor can help bring together supermarkets and councils to improve the city’s environment.
With less than a week before voters go to the polls, Lib Dem mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has urged more women to consider standing for election in the future.
The Lib Dems have called on the Mayor to make a public apology for giving the impression the number of social homes built had increased since he was elected, when in fact the reality is the numbers have all but stalled.
Liberal Democrat Mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has outlined plans to help businesses, apprentices and Bristol’s cultural attractions.
The local Lib Dems have welcomed the latest national plans to improve air quality, which may see the most polluting vehicles - usually buses and lorries - charged for entering town and city centres.
Lib Dem Group Leader Cllr Gary Hopkins has released a statement commenting on the decision taken by the city’s library assistants to go on strike today over changes to their working conditions.