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  • Article: Nov 30, 2020
    By Alan Bacon

    The Chiltern and South Bucks Local Plan has now sunk without trace. The formal inspection was postponed because of the lockdown, but in the meantime the inspectors suggested it should be withdrawn because it ignored the councils' duty to help meet Slough's housing needs.

    The new Buckinghamshire Council is now starting to put together a plan for the whole of Bucks, so attention will turn to that, and the Chiltern and South Bucks Plan has been withdrawn. Arguments over the need for new houses and protecting the green belt and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are set to continue. Lib Dem Councillor Peter Jones recently urged the Buckinghamshire Council Cabinet to pay attention to Chesham's Masterplan, which received large public support when it was unveiled three years ago but has since been largely ignored.

  • Potholes 1
    Article: Nov 30, 2020

    Buckinghamshire Council pays a private company, Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) to maintain our roads. The contract comes to an end in the next couple of years, and we want a long hard look at the next one to make sure we get better value for money next time. Liberal Democrat councillors will fight to stop council tax payers' money being wasted.

  • Article: Nov 28, 2020

    The Liberal Democrat gain this week in Scotland was part of the final contests of the year. Which means we can also tally up the net score for each party during 2020. It's the Lib Dems who come out on top:

    • Liberal Democrats: net 4 seats gained
    • SNP: net 1 seat lost
    • Labour: net 2 seats lost
    • Conservatives: net 2 seats lost
  • Ed Davey speaking at Lib Dem Rally - Stop Brexit March (Kevin Daws)
    Article: Nov 27, 2020

    A Green Economic Recovery for hope: tackling the climate
    emergency with the jobs and technology people need

    The Liberal Democrats' ambitious ten point plan for UK Net-Zero

    As we look to beat the Covid health crisis, we should be doing far more to tackle the two crises
    that will still face us - the jobs crisis and the climate emergency.

  • Article: Nov 27, 2020

    Welcome to the Weekly Whip. Your one-stop shop for Lib Dem Parliamentary updates, covering the week that was and the week to come.

    For up to date information from the Lib Dem Whips Office, follow us on Twitter: @LibDemWhips

    Weekly Whip w/c 23rd November

    Monday 23rd November

    The Prime Minister's announcement on Monday did not quite go to plan. After his statement to the House on Coronavirus, delivered virtually from Downing Street, the PM's connection dropped out and the Secretary of State had to stand in his place, fielding questions from around the Chamber.