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Bristol Liberal Democrats were shocked and dismayed when Bristol Labour councillors jumped into bed with the Tories to effectively block a radical plan to help solve the city’s transport woes.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Campaigns Organiser to work for Bristol Liberal Democrats leading their fightback as a local party.
Lib Dem Councillor for Hotwells and Harbourside, Alex Hartley and members of the local campaign group, Bristol Cladding Action Group, joined hundreds of other protesters in London yesterday afternoon, calling on the Government to end the cladding scandal and reform the leasehold system once and for all.
A local developer is threatening to ‘walk away’ from a new active travel scheme for pedestrians and cyclists in South Bristol due to his “despicable treatment” at the hands of planning officers at Bristol City Council.
Bristol’s three opposition party group leaders (Cllr Jos Clark - Lib Dems, Cllr Paula O’Rourke – Greens & Cllr Mark Weston – Conservatives) have today written to Mayor Rees to express their disappointment at his conduct in Tuesday’s meeting of Full Council.
Bristol Liberal Democrats are proposing a radical solution to the loss of tree canopy cover across the city of Bristol.
The Bristol Liberal Democrats Silver Motion on LGBT+ mental health provision was approved unanimously by all councillors at last nights Full Council meeting (6th July). The motion calls for the creation of a strategic plan to improve LGBT+ mental health, as well as greater surveying of the LGBT+ community to understand the issues, and more outreach within the Council and to schools to make sure these groups receive adequate treatment.
The Bristol Lib Dem 2021 local election manifesto is centred around three things: Sustainability, Better Service & Better Governance. Our ambitious but achievable vision for Bristol is is an embodiment of the Lib Dem preamble in our constitution 'The Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society, in which we seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity.'