Comments from Cllr Peter McDonald: “It really does beggar belief that the police who originally requested a child bollard be place outside Lickey Hills School at is precise location, are now objecting to it being reinstated in the same location they requested....read more
Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: "Worcestershire County Council some time ago brought in policy not to charge at its country parks. This led to the withdrawing of parking charges on another country park owned and run by Worcestershire County Council: Worcester...read more
Comments from Cllr Peter McDonald: “Rubery resembles the wild west at times with vehicles parked all over the place, on double yellow lines, zig zags and fully on the pavement, forcing people to walk in the road. Unfortunately, you must give the enforcement officers...read more
Statement from Cllr Peter McDonald: "Inconsiderate and dangerous parking along the Old Birmingham Road is increasingly causing problems around Lickey School, putting the safety of children and others at risk. Cars parking inconsiderately or on zigzag lines causing...read more
Labour’s call for Council Leader to write to the Government to make funding available to low-income households
Statement from Labour Group Leader, Cllr Peter Mcdonald: “I am very pleased that the Leader of the Council has supported Labour’s call for her to write to the Government to make funding available to low-income households to prevent more families from spiralling into...read more
Holding Government to account and fighting Austerity in Conservative strongholds – A Manifesto for effective opposition
Cllr Harrison Rone-Clarke gives a fascinating insight into being both a Councillor and activist in a safe Conservative seat as well as offering a manifesto for affecting change under such conditions. Harrison has written for ‘Periscope Nottingham”, which is an independent media organisation covering issues of the 21st century whether that be capitalism’s tendency to crisis and the rise of fascism or public health crises and environmental catastrophe.
You can read Harrison’s full feature by clicking here.
Keir Starmer was elected leader of the Labour Party in April 2020, you can read about Keir by clicking here.
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