• Michael Mullaney
    Article: Jan 15, 2021

    A consultation run by Leicestershire County Council has set out how the authority tries to close a possible Β£92million shortfall in funding up to 2025. Meeting the funding gap could mean largescale service cuts, job losses and Council Tax rises for people in Leicestershire, unless the County receives extra support from the government. Opposition Liberal Democrat Councillors have called on the government to fairly fund Leicestershire County Council and keep a commitment to meet the Council's costs caused by Covid-19 and not expect residents to meet the costs through big Council Tax rises.

  • Simon Galton
    Article: Jan 3, 2021

    Leicestershire Liberal Democrats have called on the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson to allow Head Teachers in the county to make the decision if it is safe to reopen their schools yet.

    Many teachers, parents and Education Unions believe Primary Schools should not reopen on Monday due to the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus more widely

  • Carers logo
    Article: Nov 26, 2020

    Local Liberal Democrats are asking people across our community who care for relatives to get in touch and share their story - to mark national Carers Rights Day.

    Liberal Democrat party leader Ed Davey has said he wants the party wants to be a "strong voice" for the millions across the country - including over 74,000 people in Leicestershire who care for those who need it.