Fareham Lib Dems tabled a Climate Emergency motion to Fareham Council in August, and would welcome cross-party support when it is put to the Council meeting on October 24. In September, the Council Leader announced the setting up of a Working Group to work towards carbon neutrality in the Council’s activities. We have amended our … Read moreClimate Emergency: Update
We hope many residents will have taken part in Fareham Council’s consultation on the Draft Local plan. Below is the response from Fareham Liberal Democrats, in which we have tried to explore some issues which we believe have not been properly considered in the list of questions put to the public. Fareham Local Plan Consultation … Read moreLocal Plan: The Unasked questions
What if the people have changed their mind on Brexit? The majority of opinion polls indicate that the mood has changed in favour of remaining in the EU. But opinion polls have contributed to the mess that we are now in – remember Theresa’s 2017 snap election with the polls predicting a Brexit landslide in … Read moreHow can we agree on anything?
Most human activity is based on rules. Without rules there could be no football. Without rules on quality, standards, safety etc., there could be no trade. The EU is a group of countries that have got together and written rules that allow them to live and work together on a level playing field, so no … Read moreECJ – the European Court of Justice or the WTO?
Early in 2017, then Cllr. Dr Maryam Brady and Cllr. Katrina Trott stated in their Spring FOCUS leaflet : “Just one Outreach Worker currently operates in Fareham on Mondays only, (on Tuesdays she works in Gosport). We believe his is not sufficient for the needs of the borough’s homeless and vulnerable. We are pressing the … Read moreLiberal Democrat Influence contributes to Fareham Council’s Executive decision
At long last, after many, many months of negotiation (nagging) of Hampshire Highways Katrina has managed to have the short stretch of double yellow lines reinstated on the bend in Furzehall Avenue. They were removed when contractors dug the road up and not repainted after work was completed. We have seen a great deal of … Read moreDouble Yellow Lines…..…
Several residents have contacted Katrina, concerned about Highways England’s preparatory work in advance of the M27 upgrade works. They intend to carry out vegetation clearance along the scheme during the first two weeks of April. Residents are concerned that vegetation removal should not be taking place after the end of March, during the bird nesting … Read moreM27 Upgrade – Vegetation Clearance.
We are part of the EU’s negotiating of trade deals so what is there not to like? The deals are negotiated with the strength of the whole EU economy behind them so they are good deals. Around 65% of our trade already goes through the EU or through good deals negotiated with the EU. If … Read moreWhy we love EU trade deals
On a wet and very windy Saturday, Fareham Lib Dems joined with campaigners from all parties to ask Fareham shoppers their views on what should happen next in the Brexit Process. The final count May’s Deal – 9Leave with no deal – 34People’s Vote – 21Revoke Article 50 – 44 A majority of the people … Read moreBrexitometer returns