Merton Lib Dems hail steps in securing living wages for contractors

Merton Lib Dems' long running campaign to ensure contractors are paid the London Living Wage has made another step forward - the Council budget now includes this aim for when contracts come up for renewal.

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Small businesses need more “concrete support” to power recovery or risk going under

Munira Wilson MP has expressed deep concern and “disappointment” that local small businesses and entrepreneurs have been “left behind” in the Chancellor’s budget.

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No excuse for a slow train approach to passenger safety – Caroline Pidgeon

Caroline Pidgeon: "Tactile paving on train platforms is not an optional extra, but instead a vital safety measure."

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ED Davey: LGBT+ History Month is a time to celebrate the lives and experiences of the entire LGBT+ community

Discrimination, bullying and violence remain an everyday reality for so many. They are grim reminders of the necessary work yet to be done in the march towards justice.

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Govt delay to landmark Environment Bill “not good enough”

Munira Wilson, Liberal Democrat MP for Twickenham, has expressed her huge disappointment about the Government's intention to delay the Environment Bill by at least another six months.

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Luisa Porritt: Scale up pharmacy role to help London vaccine rollout

Responding to the latest regional figures on the Covid-19 vaccine rollout, Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of London Luisa Porritt called for the government to expand the role of pharmacies to assist London's efforts:

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Twickenham MP Munira Wilson calls for creative industries to be better supported

Munira Wilson MP asked the Minister for Digital and Culture, Caroline Dinenage MP, what assurances she could offer to help "the UK’s world-leading creative sectors"

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Bromley Lib Dems seek updates on recycling

Lib Dem Campaigner Sam Webber has called on Bromley Council to provide more information following the rejection of 450 tonnes of paper and cardboard waste.

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Parents must be given vouchers instead of 'woefully inadequate' food parcels

The Liberal Democrats have called for parents to be given vouchers after pictures of 'woefully inadequate' food parcels were shared on social media.

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Caroline Pidgeon calls for "a renewed focus on an effective and robust model of British community policing in London"

In an article for "Inside Croydon", Caroline Pidgeon writes "We must see a move away from policing tools such as suspicion-less stop and search and LFR and instead see a renewed focus on an effective and robust model of British community policing in London."

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