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Following cross-party talks, opposition parties have called for a People’s Vote to be a priority and to keep the option to revoke Article 50 on the table to avoid a no-deal Brexit. In a joint statement, our Lib Dem Leader, Vince Cable, along with Liz Saville Roberts, Ian Blackford, Chuka Umunna and Caroline Lucas said: “The UK is […]

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Following the works carried out since March 4th, the County Council has placed information about the implementation should it be needed on the Hants.gov.uk website. Essentially it explains that contraflow cones will be placed on the roads overnight, and the whole road will be closed with just a crossing at Orrs Meadow and I hope, […]

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Today Liberal Democrat Lords inflicted two significant Government defeats on a bill which could have allowed healthcare deals offering access to the NHS to be signed in return for trade deals. The two cross-party amendments, which restricted the application of the Bill to the EEA and Switzerland and also restricted the scope of the regulation making powers, were […]

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PM’s authority is in tatters…

by Jackie Porter on 13 March, 2019

Vince Cable says,’ PM’s authority is in tatters… we do not want a ‘friendless deal’. Responding to the large Government defeat in the House of Commons on the meaningful vote, Liberal Democrat Leader Vince Cable said: “The Prime Minister’s authority is in tatters while Brexit as a project is also in tatters. “We now need to […]

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The notice to do the works on the A31 from Ladycroft to Percy Hobbs was very short. A lot of residents have contacted me, most angry, at the short notice as it affected their journey and their working day- as the ‘Brexit effect’ starts to bite here. Further to all of our queries regarding the […]

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There is a proposal to build an industrial incinerator/energy from waste plant at Barton Stacey. There is no planning application yet. As a National Infrastructure Project, it will be managed by the Govt Planning Inspectorate, but HCC will be a consultee. I understand it is likely to be proposed as an application late 2019/early 2020, […]

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A31 will be used as Brexit Lorry Park- work starts 4th March

by Jackie Porter on 28 February, 2019

The Brexit effect has started right here in the Itchen Valley Division. The Local Resilience Planning Team have identified port bound queues as a risk and as we grow ever closer to the 29th March deadline, the possibility of a No Deal exit from the EU  is growing. Work will start on the A31 on […]

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The county have planned to put in an island at the Petrol Station- but I can’t get a written commitment to improve the drainage or create a path direct to the PO site. So- if this isn’t done- it just won’t be good enough. I have created a film of the problems. watch a crossing […]

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Responding to the Labour party split, Leader of the Liberal Democrats Vince Cable said: “It is not unexpected, or unwelcome, that a group of Labour MPs have decided to break away from Corbyn’s Labour; in part motivated by his refusal to follow the party’s policy on Brexit. “The Liberal Democrats are open to working with […]

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The only way is to go back to the people…. Diabetes UK and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) have put out a joint press release on their concerns. They say: With just a matter of weeks between now and 29th March and, despite reaching out directly to the Department of Health and Social Care in […]

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