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  • James Sandbach LD PCC candidate Suffolk (James Sandbach)
    Article: Apr 9, 2021

    Liberal Democrats candidate for Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner, James Sandbach will face three candidates in this year's Police and Crime Commissioner election.

    Nominations closed at 4pm yesterday and the final line up published this morning.

    The candidates for the post to hold Suffolk Police to account for the next four years are:

  • Cllr. Bryn Hurren
    Article: Apr 2, 2021
    By Councillor Bryn Hurren

    Environmental and Green economy. This now has to be at the top of everyone's agenda from now on and we will all have to pressure ourselves and elected leaders from the very top down to Parish Council level to see that changes are made to the way we work rest and play.

    While miniscule benefits are now coming into force with electric transport, we need carbon free resources to power the nations industry and homes. Having taken the lead to see that over two thousand Baberghmidsuffolk council homes are fitted and powered with solar panels, we now need to ensure that developers are encouraged and even compelled to fit solar enabling energy to every new house built across Suffolk and that industrial sites and premises do their part as well. This can be achieved through meaningful national tax incentives and liabilities.

  • Daisy Cooper MP St Albans (Daisy Cooper MP)
    Article: Mar 31, 2021

    Suffolk Lib Dems Campaign for the County Council and Police & Crime Commissioner gets underway

    Liberal Democrat candidates across the County have stepped up their campaigning as the election campaign for the Suffolk County Council and Police & Crime Commissioner formally gets underway this week. Voters in Ipswich will also be able to cast their vote for Liberal Democrat candidates for the Ipswich Borough Council.

  • Article: Mar 31, 2021


  • Robert Spivey in street wearing mask
    Article: Mar 29, 2021

    The financial crash in 2008 has led to 10 years of financial cuts bit-by-bit. The pandemic is going to continue this trend with the Tories making cuts where they think they will get away with it. We must make sure they properly fund our services.

    The County Council is responsible for all social care in the County. My experience at the Citizens Advice Bureau shows me how they are attempting to cut funding - including to the Citizens Advice. Moving the advice centre to the library and moving a lot of it online is a cost cutting measure. The pandemic will increase the need for these services and I will fight to get the funding for them.