The East Riding Liberal Democrats have warned that the three Conservative MP’s David Davis, Greg Knight and Andrew Percy representing the area are risking a “new Windrush-style scandal” after they voted to refuse to offer EU citizens physical proof of their right to stay in the UK. The remaining Tory MP Graham Stuart was absent from the Vote, according to Hansard.
A property in Beverley of great historic interest is set to get a new lease of life as a result of council intervention.
The Grade 2 listed house on Norwood Far Grove has stood empty for a number of years. Since then it has been an eyesore for residents on the street who have for years been calling for the council to take action.
East Riding Lib Dem Councillors will be urging East Riding Council to bid for further funding for cycle lanes in the area.
The Liberal Democrats plan to push their ideas later this week when the full council meets at County Hall on Wednesday.
The Liberal Democrats have seen of the Conservatives as they held onto a seat in the Beverley Town Council By-Election.
A high turn out of just under 30pc saw the Liberal Democrats comfortably win the seat with a majority of 146. As a result of the poll, David Tucker was elected in the St Mary’s East.
This Thursday, 12 March, a by-election will be held in the St Mary’s West ward to elect a new councillor to Beverley Town Council.
The well known and respected campaigner, David Tucker, will contest the seat for the Liberal Democrats who won all 7 St Mary’s seats on Beverley Town Council last May, in addition to 3 councillors on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Liberal Democrat opposition councillors on East Riding of Yorkshire Council are pushing for a Park and Ride Scheme to be funded this year, as a solution to the ever-growing problems of commuter parking in the town.
At the Council’s budget meeting on Thursday 13 February, the Liberal Democrats will propose an alternative budget which will use Council reserves to fund the £4.5 million scheme on the south side of Beverley.
Liberal Democrat-led Beverley Town Council has delivered a new year bonus for Beverley residents with a groundbreaking first budget.
The budget set combines a 2% reduction in the Town Council Tax precept with increased levels of investment to meet its priorities for the town.
Nigel Farage is running scared of the Liberal Democrats according to their candidate Denis Healy.
His comments come after the Brexit Party leader announced he will not be standing a candidate in Beverley & Holderness in the upcoming general election.
Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate Denis Healy says Brexit has become a national embarrassment.
Mr Healy, who is standing in the 2019 General Election on 12 December wants to see Brexit stopped. He also feels his party are offering a voter’s real way to the UK exiting the EU.
With the election approaching here is how you can register to vote. The general election of 2019 is scheduled to take place on 12 December.
Anyone within the East Riding of Yorkshire who wants to take part needs to be registered. To register to vote only takes a few minutes and can be done online.
Liberal Democrats say they are the only party for people wanting to put a stop to Brexit. Following the news that a general election will be held on 12 December, the Liberal Democrats have made their position clear.
They are now urging people in Beverley& Holderness to back them if they want to put a stop to the fiasco that is Brexit.
Beverley & Holderness will join the rest of the country and go to the polls for General Election 2019 on 12 December.
For weeks the Conservatives have been calling for an election. Now having failed to deliver Brexit Boris Johnson and his colleagues will now face the public as they look to retain power.
Local Liberal Democrats have highlighted figures showing the cuts in real terms experienced by local Schools in the East Riding.
Between 2015 and 2019 , schools in the East Riding lost out on £21.8 million equivalent to -£166 per pupil.
Boxing Club volunteer Jordon Thorne says he feels they are no further forward when it comes to the future of the club.
His comments come after Conservative Councillors twice voted down motions put forward by the opposition. Had they passed then Track Fitness and Boxing Club would have got the security they so desperately crave.
Liberal Democrats are asking East Riding of Yorkshire Council to halt the eviction of a local boxing club in Beverley.
Track Fitness and Boxing Club faces an uncertain future after the Conservative-led council served them with an eviction notice.
The Liberal Democrats have confirmed that Councillor Denis Healy will be their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Beverley and Holderness constituency.
While no date for a general election has been set, it is widely accepted one could be just weeks away.
Beverley Town Council has made a bold move as they look to future and secure premises of their own.
The Liberal Democrat council-led have shown their commitment to serving residents by making new premises that benefit the town a priority.
Deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats Denis Healy says the political landscape is changing.
His comments come after the Liberal Democrats demolished the Conservative Party to win another seat on East Riding of Yorkshire Council.