Beverley Nielsen for Mayor

On Thursday 4th May the polls open to elect a new Mayor to lead the West Midlands. Liberal Democrat Beverley Nielsen promises radical change.

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Access to GPs and ambulance delays - a disgrace

The government's failure to tackle lack of access to GPs and ambulance delays have been criticised in two scathing reports by the Public Accounts Committee today (Thursday 27 April).

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Our 2017 Parliamentary Candidates

Ade Adeyemo will be the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Solihull Constituency at the General Election on June 8th.
Antony Rogers has been chosen as the candidate for the Meriden constituency.

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Lib Dems Go Litter Picking in Olton Again

The Local Lib Dem Focus Team organised a very successful community litter pick in the Gospel Lane/Dorsington Road area on Saturday April 22nd. 

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The Liberal Democrat Vision

Our 2017 Manifesto will be released soon.  In the meantime you can read read our Vision for Britain.

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There's Never Been a Better Time to Join The Lib Dems

The Liberal Democrats have doubled the size of our membership since the 2015 general election.

With another General Election on the way, there's never been a better time to join!

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JLR Planning Application - Probably Decided in April

JLR's application is likely to be considered by the Planning Committee at their April 26th Meeting, not in March.

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Mixed Results for Local Hospital Trusts

Local Hospitals were highlighted recently, when The Care Quality Commission released a comprehensive report on the state of care in NHS acute hospitals. Locally there was with a mix of good and bad news.

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Olton Focus - Out Now

The latest Olton Focus is out now...  Packed February edition includes stories abut: Big changes coming to local health services; Tudor Court hotel to become a nursery; Another Bin for Food Waste in Proposals for Refuse Collection? Plus lots more local news.

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JLR’s Massive Expansion Plans will “Cause Significant Harm”

Tell the Council your views now - even though its website said you can't...  

JLR said, a few years ago, that a development on the proposed site “would cause significant harm to the visual amenity”. Now they want to go ahead.

The public consultation on this was open until early February. Here’s how to tell the Council’s Planners what you think. You still can.

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