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  • Vince
    Article: Jan 5, 2018

    There are very few people can say 2017 went exactly the way they wanted it to. Looking forward to 2018 it's clear that we have a lot of work to do.

    In 2018, we will continue to stand up for our values.

    We will offer people the choice of an Exit from Brexit. We have a big opportunity to win a real cash injection for the NHS. And we have a big opportunity to win the argument for thousands more affordable homes.

  • Nigel Clun
    Article: Dec 12, 2017

    Councillors in the West of the County have expressed concern about the numbers of social housing being sold off by South Shropshire Housing Association* in their very

    rural communities.

    Shropshire Councillor for Clun, Nigel Hartin, said: " I am really concerned about recent developments. I have been told that the Association is going to sell off a row of houses between Betws y Crwyn and

  • .
    Article: Nov 22, 2017

    Shropshire Affordable housing Campaigner Cllr Heather Kidd has condemned the Chancellor's housing measures as 'woefully inadequate' and 'urban-centric', doing next to nothing for rural areas like Shropshire.

    Heather Kidd Shropshire Councillor for Chirbury and Worthen, said: "The Chancellor has very little grip on housing policy and none on the desperate need for affordable housing to buy and rent in rural areas like ours.

  • .
    Article: Sep 22, 2017

    Dear Editor

    There are many women living in Shropshire born on or after 6th April 1951 who will not qualify for their pensions at the age of 60. The problem is that the Government changed their pension age in 1995 but failed to tell them until it was too late to upgrade their pensions. Many are now facing considerable hardship.

  • .
    Article: Jul 16, 2017

    Shropshire Councillor Heather Kidd has hit out at Shropshire Councils continued failure to resurface what many residents describe as the 'worst road in Shropshire.' Indeed just a handful or years ago it was in the top ten worst roads in Shropshire BUT nothing was done to rectify it. Roads such as this are put into a central pot for decision and it does seem that it does not always recognise local problems.

  • .
    Article: May 9, 2017

    Former Leader of South Shropshire District Council and Shropshire Councillor Heather Kidd has been chosen to take on Philip Dunne in the General Election. Heather is well known for her campaigns for the Health Service, Schools and better Broadband and mobile phone signal in our very rural constituency. She also pioneered affordable housing policies which delivered affordable housing to rent an buy in South Shropshire.

  • .
    Article: May 7, 2017

    Lib Dems in Southern Shropshire are celebrating a strong performance in the area on 4th May 74% of the holding all 7 Shropshire Council seats they were defending, most with increased majorities.

    These include:

    Chirbury and Worthen - Heather Kidd 78% of the vote

    Bishops Castle - Jonny Keeley 74%

    Clun Division - Nigel Hartin 56%

  • Christine Tinker (Christine Tinker)
    Article: Apr 27, 2017

    Stafford and Stone Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce that Christine Tinker and Martin Lewis will be our candidates for the 2017 General Election.

    We believe this is your chance to change the direction of our country. Many people who voted Leave in last year's referendum probably did not want a hard Brexit at any cost. We will be campaigning and making the case that for everyone who wants to avoid a disastrous hard Brexit, wants to keep Britain in the single market, and who wants an effective opposition, the only party to vote for is the Liberal Democrats.

  • .
    Article: Apr 15, 2017

    Shropshire Tory manifesto cheats with photo of mental health workers from Oz

    You couldn't make this story up. If it hasn't already arrived, you might soon be getting a copy of the Shropshire Conservative manifesto through your letterbox. Most of us would think that the banner photograph on the front page of the manifesto is of thirteen Tory activists or supporters. But look carefully. It took me a while to spot what is wrong with the photograph. Then it clicked.

  • .
    Article: Apr 2, 2017

    Norman Lamb MP, Lib Dem spokesman on Health, visited Ludlow on Friday (31st March) to discuss good practice on health care in rural areas.

    Ludlow Councillor and practice nurse, Tracey Huffer, said: "Norman was Health Minister between 2010-15 and currently represents a very similar rural area to Shropshire. We had an excellent session discussing health issues in Shropshire and in Ludlow and South West Shropshire in particular."