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LIB DEM CIRENCESTER TOWN COUNCIL RAISE COUNCIL TAX BY 7% TO COVER SELF-AWARDED MEMBER ALLOWANCES AND EXPENSES INCREASE

At a recent full council budget meeting, the Lib Dem controlled Cirencester Town Council agreed to increase their share of council tax by 6.8% on the back of a 7.8% rise in the Town’s share of council tax last year.

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Cotswold Lib Dems lockdown breach slammed

Liberal Democrats in Cirencester have been ordered by Gloucestershire Police to stop delivering political leaflets – just days after the Liberal Democrat council leader begged local people to stay home and save lives. 

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"Council car parks should be a service rather than a Cash Cow” urges local Tory

    Former Conservative Leader of Cotswold District Council Tony Berry has urged the Lib Dem administration to “View council car parks as a service rather than a Cash Cow” and to “listen to residents and business owners” when it comes to parking policy across the district.   ...

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USE EMPTY COUNCIL OFFICES FOR COVID-19 TESTING OR VACCINATIONS

The opposition Conservative Group at Cotswold District Council are encouraging the administration to offer their empty council offices and unused council chamber to help the COVID-19 vaccination effort.

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Flooding in Moreton-in-Marsh

Thanks to extensive flood prevention measures put in place by Conservatives following the catastrophic flooding in 2007, Moreton-in-Marsh was spared such devastation this Christmas. Cllr Nigel Moor and Mark MacKenzie-Charrington inspecting flood defences

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