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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Your Views on Holderness Road Library Services

The Council is consulting on the future of Holderness Road Library and we want to make sure a library service remains in our community.

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Time to re-think cruise terminal location

Drypool councillors Linda Chambers, Diana Hatcher and Adam Williams are backing residents on Victoria Dock opposed to plans for a cruise terminal next to their homes. The proposed Victoria Dock location is too small, with no room to build the necessary infrastructure. It would cause significant congestion and pollution in the area.

www.libdemsinhull.org.uk/cruise_terminal

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Tackling Homelessness and Mental Health

Today is both World Mental Health and World Homelessness Day, giving us the opportunity to highlight the links between the two. Less than half of people in contact with adult mental health services live in stable accommodation and people who are homeless are far more likely to suffer from mental health difficulties.

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Protect the Westbourne NHS Centre

Avenue Ward Liberal Democrats have vowed to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with local residents to protect vital local services at the Westbourne NHS Centre.

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