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Campaigners protest about prospect of 750 homes on greenfield site in Hove

Labour and Conservative councillors are lining up to protect a greenfield site on the edge of Brighton and Hove. One of them, Labour councillor Bri...

Brighton and Hove mayor to hold reception for refugees

About 20 people who arrived in Brighton and Hove as refugees six years ago have been invited to a reception at Brighton Town Hall today (Wednesday ...

Brighton and Hove Greens decide key jobs for the coming year

Brighton and Hove Green Party has named the councillors being put forward for key posts for the coming year. The announcement comes as Jason Kitcat...

The Battle of Bishopstoke

“Don’t let Bishopstoke become a Lib Dem dictatorship” opposition candidates are pleading with voters as Thursdays poll see’s all 14 sea...

Can Labour win here?

Eastleigh Labour Party have used their latest election leaflet to hit back at back at Lib Dem jibes that ‘Labour can’t win in Eastleigh’ and that ‘...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: April 30

A Double-Dip Recession It was depressing news that Britain has gone back into recession. Unlike the United States, where President Obama has pursue...

Caerphilly Labour group state key election aims

The Labour group on Caerphilly County Borough Council has outlined some its policies ahead of next week’s election. Councillor Harry Andrews,...

Labour Anti House Sharing Motion Defeated Map_icon

On the evening of the 19th of April 2012 I observed Cambridge City Council debate a Labour motion on the subject of regulating shared houses in the...

Labour Plans to Push House Sharers Out of Cambridge

Spot the shared houses. Many streets in North Cambridge contain lots of shared houses which are indistinguishable from their neighbours. As has bee...

Stoke-on-Trent City Council formally applies for Administration of Port Vale Football Club

Stoke-on-Trent City Council has confirmed this evening that it has made a formal application to the High Court to put Port Vale Football Club into ...

No Pay Offer To Local Government Employees For Third Consecutive Year

The 1.6 million local government employees in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are being informed that in order to protect funding to vital fron...

City Sentral Another Week

Another week on and another Council Budget agreed with pledge to spend £12million and complete Hanley Ring Road, after the last proposal for ...

Brighton and Hove business leaders ask planners for leeway

Business leaders took part in a debate this evening about whether Brighton and Hove holds back or champions business expansion. One of the most com...

Street lighting row rumbles on

Street lighting. The Tories say Labour is switching off the lights at midnight. Labour say the Tories are switching off the lights at midnight. We&...

Hove and Portslade face school places ‘time bomb’

A rising primary school age population is putting pressure on school places in Hove and Portslade, a new councillor has warned. Alan Robins, the re...

Caerphilly Council housing transfer vote delayed

The council tenant vote on whether or not to transfer Caerphilly’s 10,980 council houses to a new social landlord has been delayed until early ne...

You can’t borrow your way out of a debt crisis

Why is it that some politicians and commentators, when faced with the financial disaster that is the European economy, put their fingers in their e...

St Margarets by election

The St Margarets by election will be fought between: Glen Chisholm – Labour Cathy French – Liberal Democrat Stephen Ion – Conserv...

Council Still Hides 2008 Dimensions Cover Up

Stoke-on-Trent City Council is holding its citizens in contempt, hiding and covering up issues it doesn’t want you and I to know about. Follo...

Call for Bike Boxes in Brighton and Hove

Bike boxes should be introduced in Brighton and Hove to help reduce bicycle thefts and to improve the look of city centre pavements, according to t...

Jobs focus by Ipswich politicians

With the jobless figures reaching the highest nationwide since 1994 it was not surprising that Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Ipswich, ...

Do pubs make good politics?

This weekend politics has been all about the pub. Mr Gummer used his Friday column in the Ipswich Evening Star to talk about the importance to our ...

Hove councillor slates plan to build homes on green space

A Hangleton and Knoll councillor has spoken out about the prospect of 750 homes being built in Toad’s Hole Valley. Councillor Brian Fitch called ...

Council Forced to Cave In Over Chaudry Deal

Stoke-on-Trent City Council today caved in to both councillor demands and public pressure to release the details of the “settlement” be...

Caerphilly Council housing transfer vote could be delayed

The council tenant vote on whether or not to transfer Caerphilly’s 10,980 council houses to a new social landlord could be delayed until next...

What is it with Labour and Ipswich Town?

With Labour run Ipswich Borough Council under fire from Ipswich Town fans for demanding more than half a million pounds back rent, you would think ...

Dimensions Secret Hots Up

Controversy over the proposed closure of Dimensions in 2008 and the subsequent revelations of a secret deal between Mo Chaudry and the City Council...

Politicians aren’t qualified to run the NHS

Last night a tweet from Cllr Ross brought our attention to this article by local Tory blogger Gavin Maclure which has raised an interesting issue r...

Debbie Abrahams Appointed To Shadow Health Role

Andy Burnham and Debbie Abrahams pictured during the by-election earlier this year. Oldham East and Saddleworth MP Debbie Abrahams has been promote...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David named as new Shadow Justice Minister

Caerphilly’s Labour MP Wayne David has been promoted by party leader Ed Miliband to Shadow Justice Minister, responsible for Constitutional a...

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