Press Release

Green Party – #TonyFirst – Bristol Greens Rally Round Their Mayoral Candidate in Open Letter to Voters

As Green Party members we are writing to urge you to give Tony Dyer your 1st preference for Mayor on Thursday 5th May. We note that seven Bristol Green Party members have chosen to publicly endorse George Ferguson (http://www.bristol247.com/channel/opinion/your-say/politics/greens-letter-urging-support-for-ferguson). In response, we are writing this letter to publicly confirm that Tony has the backing of his colleagues.

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Conservative Party – Conservatives Critical of Council Gobbledygook in Latest Southmead Parking Saga!

  Horfield Conservative Councillor Claire Hiscott has expressed dismay over the confusing communication coming out of City Hall concerning possible new parking restrictions in her ward. Following months of delay and deliberation, highways officers have finally produced a set of proposals to deal with the problems created in the streets surrounding Southmead Hospital attributable to

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Green Party – Greens urge dialogue over library dispute

    Greens have today called on the Council and Library Assistants to work together to resolve dispute over shift patterns, after Library Assistants announced their intention to strike. In last year’s city-wide consultation, the public fed back they wanted library opening times to change. This has led to changes in shift patterns for Library

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Liberal Democrats – Cut Crime Not Police

Paul Crossley, an experienced local community leader from Bath, has been announced as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Avon & Somerset Police & Crime Commissioner. Local people across the Avon and Somerset force area will have the chance to vote for a new Commissioner in elections to be held on Thursday 5th May 2016. The

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Green Party – A new start for Bristol North Baths

The decade-long saga of the Bristol North Baths may be finally reaching a conclusion, as the Mayor considers allocating additional funding to ensure the developments completion at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday 5th April. The council took back control of the long–delayed development last autumn, and the proposal is that additional money invested by the

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Liberal Democrats – Lib Dems Pledge to Improve Bristol’s Environment

Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate Dr Kay Barnard has unveiled plans to help radically improve Bristol’s environment, including setting ambitious recycling and waste targets and proposals to tackle the city’s dangerously polluted air quality. The Liberal Democrats have launched a ‘Six to Fix’ mini-manifesto to highlight their priorities for the next four years. The second priority,

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