Local Lib Dems welcome former Government minister to the Cotswolds

Cotswold Liberal Democrats recently welcomed former Secretary of State for Scotland, Alistair Carmichael MP, to Fairford to meet local activists.


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“Where’s the Warranty?!” Moreton campaigners call for refund on mini roundabouts

Two Moreton residents are asking for a refund on mini roundabouts that were installed on the Town’s High Street last year.


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Council accused of ‘culture of secrecy’ over missing payments

Opposition Councillors at Cotswold District Council (CDC) have hit out after the Conservative-run authority once again failed to publish important financial expenditure within the timeframe required by law.


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Where have all of Stow and Moreton’s young people gone?

Councillor Dilys Neill is calling on the District Council to do more to deliver low-cost housing in Stow and across the North Cotswolds.


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Conservatives vote to ‘mark their own homework’

In an unprecedented attack on the way local government operates in the Cotswolds, Conservative-run Cotswold District Council have removed the opposition Chair of the influential Overview and Scrutiny committee.


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Show us your potholes!

Residents and motorists in the Cotswolds are being urged to send their pictures of local potholes to their Lib Dem Councillors in order to get them reported and repaired.


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Lib Dems back favoured Missing Link scheme

One of the two options for fixing the notorious A417 at the Air Balloon has today been backed by the county's Liberal Democrats.


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Proposal to create 150 car parking spaces at Cirencester Rugby Club

Liberal Democrat Councillors have welcomed the news that Cotswold District Council’s Parking Demand Boards and Cirencester Rugby Club have joined forces to help meet the rising demand for parking spaces in the town. The parking board is led by Liberal Democrat Councillor, Mark Harris (Abbey Ward). 


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PERMITTED: Lib Dems react after Conservatives vote through Bathurst planning application

The Liberal Democrats have expressed disappointment after Bathurst Development Limited's planning application for 2350 houses on the edge of Cirencester was voted through.


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Demand for for transparency over controversial planning vote

Liberal Democrat leader on Cotswold District Council (CDC), Councillor Joe Harris has written an open letter to the leader of the authority calling for a Conservative Councillor to refrain from voting on the controversial planning application 2350 houses on the edge of Cirencester in order to avoid an appearance of conflict of interest.


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