As believers in low tax, we think that now, more than ever, the council should be doing all it can to reduce the ask on hard-pressed Council Tax payers.
We should get a sense of what voters in key electoral battlegrounds are feeling about the main parties. There are some key tests for Labour.
We will offer practical alternatives. From providing more family homes to ensuring that the park bins are emptied before they start overflowing.
We need a thriving construction workforce. A shortage of skilled workers has been exacerbated by foreign-born workers returning home.
While I support the principle of these zones, a poorly executed plan will bring up the cost of living.
It’s your efforts on the doorstep and phone that will help us to deliver more local Conservatives with a proven track record of delivering good local services.
I am very conscious that I am only one of 141 Conservative candidates campaigning in these elections.
Plus: Waltham Forest’s proposed “consultancy support for a strategic reset” sounds like something from David Brent.
The choice facing voters on May 6 is simple: do we accelerate the progress of the last four years, or do we go back to the old failing approach?
There are very, very few shows where you can see life here on your screens, or hear our accents.
This is an ambitious project designed to appeal to the 30 per cent of people here who don’t cycle but say they would like to give it a go.
They are simply outdated and, given the financial challenge we now face, the often-suggested online sales tax looks even more attractive.
As the short-term economy comes under immense strain, we should support the UK’s biggest single long-term investment.
A proposed transformation would move away from the reliance on big anchor stores and create 1,300 new homes – all on reclaimed brownfield sites.