Nick Saxby, a local environmental campaigner, has written to local authorities, in a call to tackle the waste accumulating around Whitchurch’s bypass. Nick has been volunteering with a group of… Read More »Calls for action on offensive waste left on bypass
North Shropshire Liberal Democrats have reacted with dismay to the revelation that Shropshire is England’s worst-performing county for vaccine roll-out. The group have launched a petition to Nadhim Zahawi, the… Read More »Only 49% of over 80’s vaccinated in Shropshire
A petition for Shropshire Council to examine the possibility of opening Whitchurch Swimming Centre was discussed yesterday in a scrutiny committee. The scrutiny committee dismissed the petition but gave very… Read More »Shropshire Council closes the door on Whitchurch pool petition
Robert Jones, who was the Shropshire Party Candidate in North Shropshire at the last General Election, has joined the Liberal Democrats and will be standing for them at the local… Read More »Shropshire Party PPC joins Liberal Democrats
Nick Saxby, a resident of Whitchurch and local Liberal Democrat campaigner, put questions to Shropshire Council’s cabinet on Monday this week, over the ongoing closure of the town’s swimming public… Read More »More effort needed to open Whitchurch’s swimming pool
The Liberal Democrats have warned Owen Paterson should “hang his head in shame” for voting against measures to protect high environmental and animal welfare standards. Conservative MPs rejected amendments to… Read More »Owen Paterson has thrown British farmers on the scrapheap, Lib Dems warn
The North Shropshire Liberal Democrats have called on Owen Paterson to back British farming this week, and vote to protect our high environmental and animal welfare standards. In a letter… Read More »Owen Paterson must use last chance to back farmers
Yet again, Boris Johnson dithered, delayed and ignored expert advice.
People across our country have sacrificed so much.
He was too slow in March and too slow again now, and his failure to lead has cost lives and jobs.
People across our country have sacrificed so much, waiting for Ministers to act and keep our families safe.
Instead, the Government asks even more despite failing to deliver an effective test, trace and isolate system. The priority must be keeping people safe and ensuring no one is left behind.
We need a real plan in place to protect jobs, businesses and the self-employed, not least an immediate u-turn on ending furlough. Unlike before, carers and care home residents must be properly looked after.
If there is to be any chance of a near normal Christmas for families and a recovery in the new year for businesses, we need a coherent plan now. That includes common guidelines agreed by the four governments of the UK and a strategy for fixing the test, trace and isolate system.
Nick Saxby, Liberal Democrat campaigner in Whitchurch, has put questions to Shropshire Council’s cabinet regarding the potential for reopening the town’s swimming centre. The pool was closed earlier in the… Read More »Whitchurch resident questions Shropshire Council’s commitment to swimming facilities.