Lib Dems Confident in Olton

Olton Liberal Democrats are finding great support on the doorstep for candidate Jo Fairburn. Olton has long been represented by Lib Dems, and the contest on May 5th is often tight between the Tories and Jo.

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Olton Station Action - Not What Residents Want?

Olton and Lyndon Lib Dems have been collecting the views of local residents on the best solution to the parking problems caused by Olton Station rail users. More yellow lines may just move the problem.

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Olton Car Crime Campaign Launch

Councillor John Windmill and campaigner Jo Fairburn have launched a campaign to reduce car crime in Olton. Many residents have spoken to them about the subject recently.

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Lib Dems Get Action on Dangerous Bend in Olton

Lib Dem campaigners have secured a promise of safety improvements for Brookvale Road from Solihull Council Highways Department.

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Lib Dems Go Litter Picking

A big thank you to everyone who came out litter-picking with us in Lyndon yesterday around the garages at the back of the Hobs Moat shops (behind Tesco Express) and also in Olton Jubilee Park.

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Lorely Burt's Appointment to the House of Lords

We are delighted to say that Lorely Burt has been appointed to the House of Lords. 

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100 Days of Tories Show How Hard Lib Dems Worked

Read Tim Farron's excoriating article on the Huffington Post, marking 100 days into a Tory government.

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Travellers Don’t Belong in Solihull Parks

Read Lib Dem Councillor Martin Hewing’s Letter to the Press about the recent occupation of public parks by travellers.

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New Members Join us for Drinks and Discussion

Since the polls closed on May 7th, 14,000 new members have flocked to join the Liberal Democrats. On the 21st of May the new local members were welcomed by Local Chair Ade Adeyemo and former MP for Solihull Lorely Burt.

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Liberal Democrats reveal secret Tory plans for Regional Pay

Today the Liberal Democrats lift the lid on a secret plan by George Osborne to introduce Regional Pay, slashing the salaries of public sector workers in the West Midlands.

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