It is easy for Government to say use brownfield sites – but when none are available we have a big problem.
The Liberal Democrats have ruined our beautiful city. They have become arrogant and do not listen to the concerns of residents. The Conservatives are fighting for a better Bath.
At a national level this one-size-fits-all policy is costing taxpayers around £20 billion a year in pay disparity between the public and private sectors.
In areas like Somerset, we are being hit hard by the Liberal Democrats. Whitehall hasn’t always understood the needs of rural communities and voters like us, but Sunak does.
There were only two contests this week. The Conservatives held a seat in Colchester. Labour held a seat in North East Derbyshire.
If the deadweight of socialist profligacy and intervention could be lifted, then our town would have the chance to thrive.
Brenley Corner, Junction 7 on the M2, is already jammed up and the locals don’t want it to be even worse. Who can blame them?
For most of us, the best interests of the overwhelming majority takes precedence over what may erroneously be construed as in the best interest of a few disruptive individuals.
Khan is still relying on the baseload power the National Grid procures from reliable sources. It is the equivalent of championing veganism and yet privately starting each day with a full English.
No seats changed hands this week. The Conservatives held seats in North Warwickshire and South Staffordshire.
We know that the Mayor’s bus route cuts are performative because we know he has better alternatives.
Residents are fed up with their money being wasted on vanity projects. We will go into next year’s election with the aim of winning control.
Increases in Council Tax should be limited to two per cent. If local authorities want to raise it by more than that, a referendum should be required.
Enhancement of our grammar schools, switching street lighting to LED, and maintaining weekly bin collections, rely on rigorous financial management.