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  • Orod Osanlou at Oxton Fields
    Article: Dec 4, 2021
    By Chris Carubia

    Congratulations to Dr Orod Osanlou who sucessfully held our seat in the Oxton by-election with a big majority. And a huge thank you to those who helped in such a successfull campaign.

    Once again we have three LibDem councillors serving Oxton with Dr Orod Osanlou becoming Oxton's newest councillor.

    The the sad loss of Andy Corkill, who had a good lead over our nearest rival in the ward,( a margin of more than 31 per cent over Labour ) in May's vote in Oxton has been built on by Orod stretching the Lib Dem lead over the nearest rival, Labour, to almost 50 per cent.

    Speaking after his announced victory : "I would like to thank the people of Oxton for once again showing faith in the Liberal Democrats.

    "As a team we will fight for you and be your voice on the council.

    "Please do get in touch with us if you have any local issues that we can assist you with."

    Oxton by-election result: Dr Orod Osanlou (Liberal Democrats) 1,666 (68%) Sue Mahoney (Labour) 460 (19%) Philip Merry (Conservative) 168 (7%) Rachel Heydon (Green) 147 (6%)

  • Article: Nov 7, 2021
    By Chris Carubia in Liverpool Echo

    Four new children's homes will be delivered as part of the plan

    A loan of £1m to develop children's homes is set to be agreed by Wirral Council, after councillors approved to the move in principle last night.

    The local authority's Children, Young People and Education Committee discussed the benefits of the proposal and the need to address a lack of places for looked after children in the borough.

  • Article: Jul 16, 2021
    By Allan Brame

    354 Conservative MPs are under fire for voting against a new law to tackle pet theft.

    Tim Farron welcomes reports of new law to give pet thieves tougher sentences | The Westmorland Gazette

    The Conservative MPs blocked efforts this month to make pet theft a crime in its own right, with stiffer penalties for offenders.

    Under the current law, pets are treated as property, with no distinction between a family's beloved dog and a stolen bike. Meanwhile, pet theft is up 250% in the past year as the value of pets has soared during lockdown.

  • Article: Jul 16, 2021
    By Allan Brame


    Sue Arrowsmith, who is standing for the Lib Dems in next Thursday's Liscard by-election, is calling for an end to the neglect that has seen the decline of parts of Liscard and Egremont.





    Life-long Liscard resident Sue Arrowsmith





    Sue, a mother of three and life-long Liscard resident, knows first-hand the problems local residents face and is determined to listen to the concerns and act on them.

  • Article: Jun 9, 2021
    By Chris Carubia






    The Boundary Commission for England has published its initial proposals for new constituency boundaries and maps for the nine English regions.





    This will be the first time, we the public, will get a chance to see what their new constituencies might look like, and give the Commission their views on the proposals.