Lift Local Housing Allowance Freeze to tackle homelessness

Ahead of the Autumn Budget today, Liberal Democrats across the UK are calling on the Chancellor to lift the freeze on Local Housing Allowance (LHA), to help prevent homelessness.

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Ethical investment for Hull local pension fund

Recently released figures show that the East Riding Pension Fund – which administers Hull City Council pensions – has invested over £300million in fossil fuels, equating to just over 7% of the fund’s total value.

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Does your smoke alarm work?

It is vital that residents across Hull test their fire alarms, as recent figures show that almost 1 in 10 people do not own a working smoke alarm in England.

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Lib Dems raise Hull Community Policing in Parliament

Lib Dem MP Sir Edward Davey has raised calls for more Police Community Support Officers in Hull.

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Figures show rogue landlords in Hull being let off the hook

Hull City Lib Dems have challenged the Labour administration to do more to protect tenants, after figures revealed only a handful of rogue landlords in Hull are being prosecuted. Hull City Council has only prosecuted eight rogue landlords in the last year, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.

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Wymersley Park play equipment repairs

The Derringham Lib Dem Team are working to secure faster repairs to play equipment in Wymersley Park.

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Lib Dems welcome action on cold-calling

Hull Lib Dems have welcomed news that key amendments have been secured which could bring an end to cold-calls from organisations selling financial services.

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Significant increase in Hull flytipping

Flytipping in Hull has increased from 4368 incidents in 2015-16 to 5276 incidents last year. DEFRA has calculated the cost of flytipping in Hull at almost £250,000.

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Funding for local schools set to fall by £60 per pupil

Liberal Democrat analysis has revealed that real terms spending per pupil will fall in Hull during 2017-18 by £60.


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Rising crime in Hull needs an urgent response

Crime in Hull is rising and so it is even more vital that residents’ views and concerns are put directly to the Police and Crime Commissioner. New statistics reveal that the total number of crimes in Hull rose by 3,950 from June 2016 to June 2017.

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