Citizens Advice York: Service extended for a further 12 months

In an Executive Member Decision session held today, Cllr Carol Runciman, Liberal Democrat Executive Member for Financial Inclusion, has granted a 12-month extension to continue services run by Citizens Advice York.

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York Liberal Democrats support new policy to improve Health and Adult Social Care

York Liberal Democrats have joined calls to take significant measures in protecting our NHS and providing genuine support to health and adult social care in the UK.

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York Liberal Democrats back Every Child Empowered

The York Liberal Democrats have given their backing to the party's new and major policy on driving educational reform in the UK; Every Child Empowered.

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Joint Administration moves forward

City of York Council’s Joint Administration, formed by the Conservative and Liberal Democrat groups, has confirmed its commitment to providing forward-looking leadership for York. The Joint Administration, which has run the Council since 2015, will continue to work in the best interests of the city; delivering on major projects and protecting frontline services.

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Liberal Democrats confirm new team

After the unexpected events at Budget Council on the 22nd February, the Liberal Democrats felt it was necessary to take time and receive further assurances. Following agreements with the new Conservative leader, the Liberal Democrats have announced their team of executive members and spokespersons to continue to move City of York Council forward following a period of interim appointments.

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Investment secured to support school building improvements

Significant investment to help some of York’s schools deal with urgent maintenance issues and to enhance school buildings is being recommended for approval at the Council’s Executive on Thursday 15th March.

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Services at York Hospital ‘most improved’ after recent CQC inspection

York Hospital has seen its service rating upgraded to ‘Good’ after a recent a team of CQC inspectors visited York, Scarborough, and Bridlington Hospitals to check on the quality of core services.

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Notification of School Closures – Where to look?

As snow and freezing temperatures persist, many schools across York have had to remain closed for the safety of pupils and staff.

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Huntington’s new sight and hearing impairment service to be rolled out across the City

The Yorsensory Outreach Mobile Unit, a sight and hearing impairment service provided by the Wilberforce Trust, is due to hit the roads over the coming weeks and visit communities across York.

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Statement from Councillor Keith Aspden, Liberal Democrat Group Leader

At tonight’s meeting two Conservative councillors announced that they would be resigning from the Conservative Group. 

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