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Truth is out on Transforming Cities Bid Failure
The Leader of Norfolk County Council said in June 2019 that the Transforming Cities Bid could get in excess of £100 million in government funding to make improvements in Norfolk’s public transport system around Greater Norwich.
Following yet another recent decision by the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman on a failure by Norfolk County Council to provide proper services to those people in need, the Council has now to publicly make available its performance on Special Educational Needs.
Norfolk Liberal Democrats call for the government to make public transport cheaper across Norfolk through the introduction of a Tax Relief scheme for season tickets. The idea behind the policy is to make a saving for passengers whilst actively encouraging people to reinvest in public transport.
Following presentations to the County Council from Dr Louise Smith, Norfolk’s director of public health, and other senior officers, Norfolk Liberal Democrats have renewed their call for an independent local inquiry in order to tackle the next phase of disease in the most effective and socially ju...
It’s doubtless that these unprecedented times are placing a huge burden on our society and will have a lasting impact on our lives.
But will the changes we’ve seen have an impact on our politics when normality starts to resume? This is something the new leader of the Liberal Democrats in Norfol...
Liberal Democrats tackle Tory controlled Norfolk County Council on their failure to consider future school provision in North Walsham despite expected population growth once the Western Extension begins.
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