Tackling Homelessness and Mental Health

Today is both World Mental Health and World Homelessness Day, giving us the opportunity to highlight the links between the two. Less than half of people in contact with adult mental health services live in stable accommodation and people who are homeless are far more likely to suffer from mental health difficulties.


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Protect the Westbourne NHS Centre

Avenue Ward Liberal Democrats have vowed to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with local residents to protect vital local services at the Westbourne NHS Centre.


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Only 3% of council homes sold in Hull replaced since 2015

Only 3% of council homes in Hull sold off under Right to Buy have been replaced since 2015, analysis by the Liberal Democrats has revealed. In total 490 council homes in the city have been sold off since April 2015, while just 15 have been built under the government's replacement scheme.


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Hull Crime Survey


Crime and anti-social behaviour are issues that many people face on a regular basis. We all want to see solutions to make our city a safer place to live.

Your views can help us to tackle crime in Hull: www.libdemsinhull.org.uk/crimesurvey

Working together to tackle crime in Derringham

After a successful and productive community safety forum in Derringham on Tuesday 19 Sept. Cllrs Ryan Langley and Cheryl Payne have taken to the Hull Daily Mail letters page to pass on their thanks to all who attended.


Cable backs fixing rail links in North to boost jobs

To give the North the jobs boost it needs, the Government must invest in improving transport links.


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Lib Dems will invest £59,300,000 to protect school funding in Hull and the East Riding

The Liberal Democrats have announced they will invest £59,300,000 more in schools and colleges in Hull and the East Riding over the next parliament.

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Lib Dems: Penny rise in income tax would mean an extra £100m for our NHS in Hull and the East Riding

The Liberal Democrats have announced they would plug funding gaps for the NHS and social care by putting a penny on income tax.

The tax would raise an additional £100m each for Hull and the East Riding, with £88m for healthcare and £22m for social care. 

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Lib Dem Prospective MP Claire Thomas – Conservatives plan cuts and Labour are too weak to do anything about it

The dissolution of parliament tomorrow marks the start of the June 8 snap General Election campaign.

Here in Hull and Hessle the Liberal Democrats are the party offering real opposition to further cuts by the Conservatives in government.

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Mike Ross: It's time for change in Hull North

Mike Ross has announced he is to fight Hull North for the Liberal Democrats in the snap June General Election.

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