Andrew Gant chosen as Prospective MP

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Andrew Gant - seen here campaigning against the mega Tory housing development in Cirencester - has been chosen to fight the Cotswolds seat on June 8 for the Liberal Democrats.

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Air Balloon upgrade at risk?

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There are fears that work on the A417 ‘Missing Link’ could be delayed as ministers face a £1billion funding gap in their road investment plans.

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Joe Harris responds to announcement of new District Council leader

Leader of the Cotswold Lib Dems, Cllr Joe Harris has responded to the news that Cllr Mark Annett has been elected leader of the Conservatives on Cotswold District Council and is therefore set to become the leader of the Council.

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Conservatives prevent Lib Dem Councillors from voting on Chesterton planning application

The Liberal Democrats have reacted angrily after the Conservatives voted to prevent local Councillors from voting on a controversial planning application to build 2350 houses on the edge of Cirencester.

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Take back control of our roads

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Liberal Democrats have today announced bold plans to bring the county’s roads and footways back under the control of the County Council.

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Liberal Democrats win landslide victory in Fairford North

The Liberal Democrats in the Cotswolds are celebrating after gaining yet another council seat from the Conservatives in a recent local by-election.

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Lib Dems outline budget proposals for the Cotswolds

Cotswold Liberal Democrats have announced a series of amendments to the budget at Cotswold District Council.

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Cotswold schools set to see their funding slashed

Plans to introduce a national funding formula for schools have come under attack by the Liberal Democrats as a total of 103 Primary and Secondary schools are set to lose nearly £1million worth of funding across Gloucestershire.

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Post Office Changes should improve Cirencester’s service

Changes to Cirencester’s Post Office should improve and enhance the town’s service the Liberal Democrats have said.

It was announced earlier this week that the Post Office plan on relocating to WHSmith in Castle Street where the service will be run by will be run by WH Smith High Street Ltd.

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'Free after 3' should be extended

Free parking after 3pm should be extended for another year in some of Cirencester’s Car Parks the Cotswold Liberal Democrats have said today.

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