• Michael Mullaney
    Article: Oct 1, 2021

    Leicestershire County Council has given it's unanimous backing to a campaign by Cancer Research UK to increase funding for public health prevention services.

    A motion proposed by leader of Leicestershire Lib Dems Councillor Michael Mullaney calling for support for the campaign got support from all parties. Michael Mullaney said "Almost every family in Leicestershire will have been affected by cancer. Each year around 4,000 people in the county develop cancer and sadly around 2,000 die from it.

  • Michael Mullaney
    Article: Sep 20, 2021
    The leader of the opposition on Leicestershire County Council has raised at a national party conference the issue of tens of thousands of local families in Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland being about to be hit by a big cut in their income.
    Councillor Michael Mullaney leader of the Opposition on Leicestershire County Council spoke at the national Lib Dem Conference and raised the plight of thousands of local families who will be hit by a Β£20 a week cut in Universal Credit at the beginning of October.
  • 31 Bus in Oadby
    Petition: Sep 1, 2021

    Please back the petition to restore the full 31/ 31A bus service after cuts at the start of the pandemic.

    At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, bus company Arriva cut both the route and timings of the 31/ 31A/ 31E service between the Oadby estates and Leicester.

    Only the 31E operated, coming from Leicester to The Parade and then covering some of the old 31 route on the Oadby Grange side of the A6 before crossing to the Brocks Hill area on the 31A route.