Liberal Democrats call for safe routes for cyclists and pedestrians

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Liverpool’s Liberal Democrat group on Liverpool City Council has called on the council to seriously consider advancing plans to create safer routes for cyclists and pedestrians.

 

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Lib Dems set out ideas to improve air quality post Covid

Councillor Kris Brown has suggested four ways in which the city can improve its air quality post the Covid pandemic.

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New team selected to contest Mayoral and Police Commissioner Elections on 7th May

Cllr Richard Kemp CBE will contest the Liverpool City Mayor against Labour's Joe Anderson.  Cllr Kris Brown will stand to be Merseyside's Police Commissioner and Cllr Andy Corkhill will compete for Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region.

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Local councillor, Kris Brown, to stand for Garston and Halewood at next General Election

Woolton and Gateacre Councillor, Kris Brown, will stand for the Liberal Democrats in Garston and Halewood in a snap General Election on a platform to Stop Brexit.

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Richard Kemp to stand for Wavertree at the next General Election

Councillor Richard Kemp CBE has been selected to stand for the Wavertree constituency in a snap General Election. 

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4 more years of Anderson?

Mayoral role to continue until 2024, after Labour councillors reject referendum call

Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson is celebrating this month, after Labour councillors ignored calls to axe the city’s 3rd Mayor.

The city’s Liberal Democrats have led calls to scrap the role now that the region has a separate Metro Mayor, along with an elected Police Commissioner.

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Reopen our pools

THREE of Liverpool’s swimming pools mysteriously close over school holidays

Local residents reacted with dismay to news that yet another pool has been closed due to, “Unforeseen maintenance issues.”

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Fight continues to save Allerton Priory

Allerton Priory was dubbed “One of Liverpool’s most beautiful green spaces,” before Redrow’s bulldozers rolled in to build 100 exclusive luxury houses on the 33 acre site.

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Liverpool air pollution hits danger levels

Liverpool’s air is killing 230 people every year. That was the stark warning on the August bank holiday when our city’s air quality was revealed to be three times worse than London.

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Passengers outraged as Labour council attacks Liverpool’s main bus routes

Bus companies will be forced to make massive changes to local bus routes from January, thanks to Labour’s £47 Million City Centre road scheme.

As well as cutting the number of lanes on the Strand, Labour councillors are permanently closing part of Lime Street to all traffic from January 2020.

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