Labour promised thousands of new social homes when they took over in 2014. They have only built six a year.
Under Labour the local football club has been treated appallingly and crime has been allowed to rise. The Conservatives offer a bold and positive alternative.
The Conservatives held a seat in South Northamptonshire but lost one to the Lib Dems in Chichester. Labour held a seat in St Edmundsbury
Labour councillors see their chance to extinguish the only opposition voices left in the Council chamber, so they can continue their waste of taxpayers money, blame-shifting and failure to listen to residents unchecked.
It’s in the district council elections that the Conservatives are strongest – and so have the most to lose
The final part of our series this week on May’s elections. Will there be a LibDem revival – which polls have yet to indicate?
In the elections for the “metropolitan boroughs” the Conservatives have little to lose – which is why the focus will be on Trafford
The second part of our series this week on May’s elections, moving on to the metropolitan areas that are electing in thirds.
We open a three-part series this week on May’s elections, beginning today with the cities that are all-out.
Previously the parks were neglected and the roads full of potholes. The Conservatives have started to turn the borough around.
Wandsworth is probably the best place to own an electric vehicle in the whole of the UK.
The Conservatives held seats in New Forest and in Fylde. The Green Party gained a seat form an independent in Taunton Deane. The Lib Dems gained a seat from the SNP in the Highlands.
For reasons of political correctness, its remit now covers far more groups, many of which are clearly not engaged in violent protest, let alone terrorism.
Tim Pollard: In Croydon, Labour is going through a tortuous process to block the right to buy for future council tenants
They are also failing to bring local communities with them. Development must be attractive to win support for the new homes we need.
While sales to private developers might bring immediate capital receipts the long term value of amenities must also be considered. A partnership approach is needed.
Ultimately it is the responsibility of the people of that city to vote to halt the ecological vandalism taking place on a huge scale.
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