Lib Dems push for more zebra crossings

At yesterday's City of Edinburgh Council meeting, Morningside Councillor Neil Ross persuaded the Council to improve pedestrian access across Edinburgh cost-effectively.

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Lib Dems fight to raise HMO licencing standards

At Thursday's Council meeting, Councillor Neil Ross got backing to improve HMO (Houses in Multiple Occupation) licence standards across Edinburgh.

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Lib Dems win vote to regulate amplified busking

Morningside Councillor Neil Ross got cross-party backing for his motion on ensuring residents and street performers can co-exist harmoniously in Edinburgh.

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Edinburgh Council backs Lib Dem plan on vehicle idling

Councillor Neil Ross' motion successfully passed at today's City of Edinburgh Council meeting.

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Cross Party Support for NHS Workers Bill from Edinburgh West MP Christine Jardine

As the NHS faces winter pressure, Liberal Democrat MP Christine Jardine is bidding to grant migrants working in the NHS indefinite leave to remain in honour of their commitment during the pandemic.

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Lib Dems call for doubling of Warm Home Discount to prevent Edinburgh going cold this winter

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader and Edinburgh Western MSP Alex Cole-Hamilton and Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey have today called on the UK Government to double the Warm Home Discount for existing recipients, granting £1.29m more for Edinburgh.

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SNP play park promise “could take 48 years to deliver”

New information published by the Liberal Democrats has shown it could take as long as 48 years to deliver the SNP’s promise to renew all play parks in Edinburgh.

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Lib Dem Councillors win key environment votes

The Edinburgh Lib Dem Council group had three motions unaimously passed at the City Chambers on Thursday 26th August.

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Congratulations to new Scottish Lib Dems leader: Alex Cole-Hamilton

The Edinburgh Western MSP becomes party leader after a decade of service from Willie Rennie.

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New figures show Edinburgh streets ‘dirty and getting dirtier’

New figures obtained by the Liberal Democrats have shown that streets across Edinburgh are dirtier and more littered than four years ago. Amongst the City’s worst areas include the Edinburgh Council Leader’s own ward of Leith.

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