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Street Lights CUT - Support for Elderly CUT - Recycling Centres CUT

P1010525 smBut Surrey Tories grant £400k to Guildford Art Gallery

There was outrage last week as the Tory administration of Surrey County Council gave a grant of £400,000 to an art gallery in Guildford that has £37million in the bank!

Hardworking Helen says, “Surrey needs to save money - we understand this. But to cut vital services like streetlights, opening hours of recycling centres and important support for the elderly whilst giving money away to profitable organisations is stupid.”

Delays to EU Withdrawal Bill make Southern Rail look punctual

tom brake mp 14Responding to reports the EU Withdrawal Bill will be delayed again, Liberal Democrat Brexit Spokesperson Tom Brake said:

“The delays to this Bill make Southern Rail look punctual.

Vince Cable responds to IPPR report on inequality

vince cable 2511150b croppedA report by the IPPR has revealed that wealthiest 10% of households have five times the wealth of the bottom 50% and nearly 900 times the wealth of the bottom 10%.

Liberal Democrat Leader Vince Cable commented:

Hardworking Helen to stand for Lib Dems

P1010472 smHelen Rujbally is going to stand for election to replace Caroline Warner as Westway Councillor. Helen is a dedicated and hard-working campaigner, "exactly what we need here" Says Caroline. Helen is a Caterham person through and through living in Banstead Road and works supporting people with learning disabilities

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