Celebrating Pride in Hull 2019 and Hull's LGBT+ community

At Full Council on Thursday (18 July) Hull Lib Dem councillors will be moving a motion to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprisings.

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Lib Dems reveal extent of ‘criminal’ Tory police cuts in Hull

Liberal Democrat analysis of new Home Office figures, published this week, has revealed that the Conservative Government cut funding to Humberside Police by -6.2% in real terms between 2015-16 and 2019-20.

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Hull Lib Dems call for action to reverse school cuts

Hull Liberal Democrats are calling on the Government to reverse school cuts and to guarantee a pay rise for teachers in the city.

Between 2015 and 2019 schools in Hull lost out on £32.2m. This equates to a loss of £367 per pupil in the city. Sign the petition here.

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Hull is ready for change!

The message was clear - voters in Hull are ready for change! At the local elections on 2 May, the Lib Dems in Hull got more votes than Labour for the first time since 2008.

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Action needed to tackle Climate Emergency

Cllr John Robinson (Avenue Ward) has tabled a motion to March's Full Council meeting (Thursday 21 March) declaring a Climate Emergency and calling for urgent action to limit global warming.

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Ed Davey joins the fight to save The Deep

The fight to save The Deep stepped up a gear, with senior Lib Dem MP Sir Ed Davey visiting Hull to lend his support to the campaign.

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Save The Deep - here are the facts

Lib Dem councillors are campaigning to save The Deep in light of Council proposals to demolish the attraction's business centre. Read the details and get the real facts on the issue. 

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Liberal Democrats in Hull are demanding better

How would you spend £210,000 of Council funding? More road and footpath repairs? Or keeping local streets cleaner and safer?

Hull's Labour Council has chosen to spend £210,000 hiring three new Guildhall managers - paid over £90,000 each!

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Back the campaign for improvements to 101 non-emergency reporting

We think it should be easier to get through to the Police on the 101 number and website - complete our quick survey if you agree.

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Labour backtrack on fluoridation plans for Hull

Labour councillors have described plans to fluoridate Hull’s water as “unlikely”. We’re delighted that Labour councillors have finally come around to our way of thinking and have started to listen to residents.

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