Crime and anti-social behaviour are issues that many people face on a regular basis. We all want to see solutions to make our city a safer place to live.
Your views can help us to tackle crime in Hull: www.libdemsinhull.org.uk/crimesurvey
After a successful and productive community safety forum in Derringham on Tuesday 19 Sept. Cllrs Ryan Langley and Cheryl Payne have taken to the Hull Daily Mail letters page to pass on their thanks to all who attended.
To give the North the jobs boost it needs, the Government must invest in improving transport links.
The Liberal Democrats have announced they will invest £59,300,000 more in schools and colleges in Hull and the East Riding over the next parliament.
The Liberal Democrats have announced they would plug funding gaps for the NHS and social care by putting a penny on income tax.
The tax would raise an additional £100m each for Hull and the East Riding, with £88m for healthcare and £22m for social care.
The dissolution of parliament tomorrow marks the start of the June 8 snap General Election campaign.
Here in Hull and Hessle the Liberal Democrats are the party offering real opposition to further cuts by the Conservatives in government.
Mike Ross has announced he is to fight Hull North for the Liberal Democrats in the snap June General Election.
Hull Lib Dems have asked for the Council to sign the ‘Pledge to Peace’.
Councillor Mike Ross in a letter to the Leader, Councillor Steve Brady, asked if he would sign the ‘Pledge to Peace’ on behalf of the Council.
Members of the public have expressed shock and outrage at the failure of Labour councillors to make mental health a priority.
At a recent council meeting, the Liberal Democrats called for the Council to make mental health a priority.
Opposition Liberal Democrat councillors have slammed a decision by the Council to spend £700,000 on new city centre offices within days of closing two Customer Service Centres.
The Holderness Road and Ings CSCs closed permanently from 1st April, with other CSCs in Orchard Park and Bransholme having their hours cut dramatically. The closure of the Holderness Road CSC came despite a 700 petition from local residents calling for it to remain open.