Look at the environmental footprint of your council’s buildings. Are they energy efficient?
I sat in a meeting with one of them. He was desperate to avoid the word “phonics”.
Working closer together is laudable. But the NHS could never replicate councils, with their links across the community.
As Conservatives, providing choice is one of our primary goals. So we should free up road space to allow this to happen.
Jenrick warns the City of London Corporation to ensure “heritage and tradition are given robust protection”
We might expect cultural vandalism from Lambeth Council. It is a shock to see it in the Square Mile.
Plus: Why is Sandwell Council spending £10,000 for a lighting company to project messages onto buildings?
We want it to have a higher profile, communicate more with members, and provide better practical assistance.
There has been a power grab by the Scottish Government. Decisions made by councillors have been overturned.
Cladding removal means a huge bill. Punishing taxpayers or homeowners is an uncomfortable choice for Conservatives.
Installing sprinklers would provide higher safety standards at a much lower cost. That alternative should be available.
To our opponents, the term “fronted adverbial” is the gift that keeps on giving. No-one without a degree in linguistics knows what it means.
Plea for phone canvassing for local elections – before a “short, sharp and cheerful” doorstep campaign
Letter from the Party Chairman says cross-party talks are under way, to ease the nominations requirements.
Increased centralisation has led to a huge increase in costs. We must restore a sense of community and pride.
If the county continues to be neglected, the local elections could prove something of a shock.
Lambeth is the perfect storm of poor housing management, road closures, identity politics and a failed Mayor.
The removal of the precept, a virtually guaranteed source of income, could well lead to greater fiscal prudence.