Hull Lib Dems renew call for local Test and Trace system

Hull's Lib Dem group has called again for a local test and trace system to be established for the area. Lib Dem Leaders in both East Riding and Hull City Council first made the call during the summer for a local set up to be established.

The Leader of Hull City Council Lib Dems has formally asked the council what progress has been made. This follows other Councils that have setup similar systems, such as York.


 

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Stroud Crescent comes together to solve ASB

Lib Dem Councillors have worked with their community in Stroud Crescent to tackle and solve a recent bout of ASB.

The ASB started on Stroud Crescent when contractors came in to carry out cladding works to increase the energy efficiency of the housing blocks there.

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Liberal Democrats in Hull vow to challenge Government’s “power grab” on planning

Hull's Liberal Democrats have warned that the Government’s planning proposals will “disempower” local authorities like Hull City Council and allow developers to “run roughshod” over local communities’ wishes.
 
A motion agreed at the Party’s Autumn Conference, making it official party policy, lays bare the risks of the Government’s proposals, which the Party argue amount to a Government “power grab” that will reduce investment in affordable housing in Hull and elsewhere.

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Hull Lib Dem Councillors at the root of new national policy to adopt a Universal Basic Income

Lib Dem Councillors Jack Haines and Paul Drake-Davis, co-founding members of the UBI Lab in Hull and tabled a Council motion back in January to pilot a Universal Basic Income, have shared their delight as UBI becomes part of the Liberal Democrats national party policy.

The Hull Lib Dems, who were the first council group in the party to call for a pilot of the Basic Income scheme in the city, has played a key role in the parties internal campaign to make the progressive policy a national flagship.

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Democratic shambles: Labour Council prevent Councillors from voting virtually part-way through council meeting.

Thursday’s Full Council meeting took place in both the Guildhall and virtually to adhere to social distancing, as not all councillors can be present in person at one time to maintain Government guidance on social distancing.

During the meeting a Labour Councillor could not be seen or heard virtually when it came to one of them having to caste their vote.

 

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