Support for Citizens Advice York renewed, as Universal Credit claims increase

In a recent decision session of the Executive Member for Financial Inclusion, it was noted that financial support for Citizens Advice York will continue to help support the increasing number of claimants for Universal Credit.

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Two new Cold Calling Control Zones for residents in Heworth Without

A further two Cold Calling Control Zones (CCCZ) have been created in Heworth Without, through the use of local ward committee funding.

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Local Councillors call for good streets, and good broadband

Local Liberal Democrat Councillors in Westfield have called for a clear timetable to bring streets back into good condition.

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The new Haxby and Wigginton Library moves a step closer

Plans to build a new permanent library for Haxby and Wigginton have taken a major step forward after agreement was reached about the preferred site.

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Councillor calls for meeting on York’s last tax office

Following the recent news that the HMRC will be closing York’s last tax office and relocating staff to Leeds, Cllr Andrew Waller, Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader of the Council, has requested a meeting with the HMRC to discuss the possibility of retaining a base in the city.

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Local Councillor gets Wigginton bus stop markings restored

Bus stop markings in Wigginton have been restored to their original condition following efforts from local Liberal Democrat Councillor Ian Cuthbertson.

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Chancellor’s Autumn Budget fails to lift financial burden on social care, schools and our local police service

Local services continue to face unprecedented financial pressures as the Chancellor’s latest Budget fails to address the growing financial challenges in our police service, social care and school budgets.

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Liberal Democrats call for reform of Universal Credit, as its practical problems continue to be ignored

Ahead of the Chancellors Autumn Budget, the Liberal Democrats are calling for a series of reforms to Universal Credit, in order to avoid future hardship caused by its rollout.

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Council Brexit preparations to be revisited in December

Brexit preparations for the city will continue to be made and revisited in December, after a discussion was held by the Council’s Executive tonight.

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Council to voice concerns over Government’s fast-track fracking proposals

City of York Council will soon outline its concerns to the Government’s consultation on the future of fracking and ‘permitted development’ for fracking in the UK.

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