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  • Campaigners in North Shropshire
    Article: Dec 19, 2021

    The Lib Dems are on track to win seats across the country at the next General Election, including here in Surrey, following the historic by-election victory overnight in North Shropshire.

    The party won the once safe Conservative seat of North Shropshire, overturning the Conservatives majority of almost 23,000 votes. It is the second parliamentary by-election the Lib Dems have won against the Tories this year, following their victory in Chesham and Amersham in the summer.

  • 'Meetings in progress' sign on closed wooden door (John Tyson@unsplash.com)
    Article: Dec 16, 2021

    Against a backdrop of Surrey's increasing coronavirus infections and the spread of the Omicron variant, Surrey County Council has been pressured into postponing its pre-Christmas Full Council meeting until the New Year.

    In person meetings are currently the only option for local authorities making formal decisions. The Government has so far resisted calls from all sides to grant councils the powers to be able to meet virtually, as they had been able to do during the pandemic up until 7th May 2021.

  • Article: Dec 7, 2021

    We have sent an objcetion to the proposed Clinical Waste facility for Kitsmead Lane to Surrey County Council


    The Planning Application SCC Ref 2020/0057 for the erection of a small scale clinical waste thermal treatment facility should not be granted permission for the following reasons.

  • Blah Blah Blah
    Article: Nov 18, 2021

    We were shocked that yet again Runnymede Borough Council have failed to deliver their Climate Change Strategy at last night's (Wednesday 17th November) Environment & Sustainability Committee. Promise after promise has been broken. No Climate Emergency has been declared (requested over two years ago) which would put the Climate Crisis at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to keep holding the administration to account and move Runnymede towards being a greener council. You can read more about the evening here Runnymede residents so tired of no climate change strategy they're falling asleep in council meetings - Surrey Live (getsurrey.co.uk)

  • woman in blue shirt using Macbook air (Bermix Studio @ unsplash.com)
    Article: Nov 11, 2021

    81,853 low income households in Surrey are paying too much for their broadband because the Government has not forced providers to offer cheaper tariffs, an analysis by the Liberal Democrats has found.

    So-called 'social tariffs', which typically offer broadband access between £10 and £20 a month, are only currently offered by some providers. But changes to the law that came into force last year mean that the Government now has the ability to force broadband providers to offer these cheaper deals.