Adur, West & East Worthing Party including East Arun

Category Archives: Worthing East

Amendment by the Liberal Democrat Group to West Sussex County Council budget 2014/15

County Council – 14 February 2014     Performance Framework and Revenue Budget and Capital Programme 2014/15 Amendment by the Liberal Democrat Group   £ £m Total net expenditure in original recommendations   534.802 Additional base spending from 2014/15     Reduction in cuts/additional services comprising:     ·         Street lighting in urban areas after midnight […]

ONLY 3 WORKING DAYS left to SAVE some cash on Gas and Electricity !

Only 3 working days to go to the FIRST EVER Energy deal for Residents, promoted by your local Liberal Democrats. Hazel Thorpe, newly reselected  PPC  says “ It is a great example of Lib Dems in Government bringing a positive influence to local issues, action not just words- they don’t pay the bills”. Sign and […]

Not so Caring Tories Slash Housing Numbers by moving the Goalposts!

Worthing and Adur Tories agreed at a recent  Council meeting to make people, who move to the area,  live here for 2 full years, (as suggested by the Tory Secretary of state),  before they are eligible to be put on the Housing register and supported. Currently, the residency time is 6mths, and this was recommended […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 15th to 21st December 2013

Leader: Council Tax Freeze News this past week: 1. ‘Use It Or Lose It’ 2. More Plants Than On The Seafront 3. Bob Smytherman For Mental Health Champion? 4. New Fishing Quotas To Rebuild Fish Stocks in 2014 5. Beach Chalet Tenants Lose Out WORTHING LIBERAL DEMOCRATS NEWSLETTER 15TH TO 21ST DECEMBER 2013 Lib Dems […]

Hughes replaces McNally as Justice Minister

Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Simon Hughes has replaced Lord (Tom) McNally as the Liberal Democrat Minister of State for Justice. Lord McNally has been appointed as the new Chair of the Youth Justice Board, a post which he will take up in mid-March 2014. Simon Hughes will take over as Justice Minister with immediate effect. […]

30m people in work – Alexander

Commenting on today’s employment figures, which show that a record 30m people in the UK are in work and a further drop in unemployment, Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander said: “30m people in work is another landmark on the long road to recovery.  It’s only been possible because we’re sticking to […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 8th to 14th December 2013

Leader: Cheaper parking News this past week: 1. ECON Backs Bowles On Tax Transparency For All Large EU Firms 2. Final Agreement Reached On Rebuilding Europe’s Fish Stocks 3. Jemima Bland Welcomes Investment In Worthing By Top Global Company 4. East and West Worthing And Adur Liberal Democrats Unite 5. Executive Online Card Fees Banned […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 1st to 7th December 2013

Leader: Mathematics of madness News this past week: 1. Worthing Car Park Charges Slashed On April Fools Day 2. Goldman Sachs May Reconsider London As A Hub If UK Quits EU 3. Montague Street Funding Still A Mystery 4. Why No Beach Chalet Planning Meeting Report? WORTHING LIBERAL DEMOCRATS NEWSLETTER 1ST TO 7TH DECEMBER 2013 […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 24th to 30th November 2013

Leader: Now it’s Mrs Muddle News this past week: 1. Siemens To Stop Investment If Britain Leaves EU 2. Sharon Bowles MEP Backs Moves To Close Corporation Tax Loophole 3. EU Ban On Seal Products Upheld 4. Planning Committee Rejects Beach Chalet Conversion Or Does It? 5. Bland Welcomes New Flood Relief Insurance For Adur […]

Local authorities to receive new funding from Air Quality Grant programme – Dan Rogerson

Liberal Democrat Environment Minister Dan Rogerson has announced that more than 30 projects across England will benefit from a £1 million government fund to improve air quality. The money will be used for a wide range of new local projects in 28 local authority areas which have each been awarded between £10,000 and £60,000. Dan […]