The Liberal Democrats have today stated their opposition to fluoridation of Hull’s drinking water.
The announcement follows proposals put forward by Councillor Colin Inglis and the Health and Well-being Board.
It is expected that the proposals will be tabled to the board on 23 March 2015.
Hull’s Liberal Democrat opposition group have spoken out against the Labour Council’s proposals to borrow millions of pounds.
Labour’s ruling group is proposing to borrow the most amount of money they can.
As part of their alternative budget, the Liberal Democrats have said they will reject £45million of borrowing.
Hull’s Liberal Democrat councillors are calling on the Labour administration to freeze Council Tax and help out Hull's residents.
Last week Labour councillors included proposals to increase Council Tax by 1.95% as part of their budget for the coming year.
The Liberal Democrat alternative would be to see a freeze on Council Tax.
Call have been made for the lights at the pedestrian crossing on Beverley Road, between Mizzen Road and Tesco, to be fixed.
Beverley ward Councillor Dave McCobb made the plea after the power to them failed for the second time in as many months – leaving local people struggling to cross the road without traffic signals.
Councillor Jackie Dad has today called for more consultation and advanced warning to service users about changes to bus services in Hull.
In recent months a number of services have been diverted, had timetables adjusted or been withdrawn.