My Beckenham Lib Dem team

Liberal Democrat Council Candidate Pages for Copers Cope ward, Beckenham.
My Beckenham Lib Dem team
My Beckenham Lib Dem team1 week ago
Bromley (mistakenly referred to as in Kent) makes the top 10 list for car theft and joint worst place in London.

"east London was in seventh pace in the rankings, with a car theft rate of 7.2 per 1,000 capita – significantly higher than London as a whole, which sits at 6.1. Bromley in Kent, Bradford, and Stockport experienced the same theft rates as east London"
My Beckenham Lib Dem team
My Beckenham Lib Dem team1 week ago
When will this Govt start to take the housing crisis seriously? Rent poverty and housing insecurity is impacting so many lives - Rents in UK will rise for next five years, experts predict https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/aug/09/rents-in-uk-will-rise-for-next-five-years-experts-predict?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
My Beckenham Lib Dem team
My Beckenham Lib Dem team1 week ago
Glad we bought the holiday euros a few weeks ago - Sterling falls against dollar and euro amid fears of no-deal Brexit https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/aug/08/sterling-falls-against-dollar-and-euro-amid-fears-of-no-deal-brexit?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
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My Beckenham Lib Dem team1 week ago
This really is a no brainier.
My Beckenham Lib Dem team
Greenpeace UK
Shrink-wrapped broccoli? 🥦 Bagged bananas? 🍌 Plastic layered avocados? 🥑 Our planet can't cope with our plastic waste. Tell UK Supermarkets to ditch unnecessary over-packaged fruit and veg: https://bit.ly/2HqyjuZ
My Beckenham Lib Dem team
My Beckenham Lib Dem team2 weeks ago
#Bromley Council have not updated their Air Quality Action Plan since 2010 - their passive response to air pollution is not acceptable. #Beckenham - Air pollution linked to changes in heart structure.
My Beckenham Lib Dem team
My Beckenham Lib Dem team2 weeks ago
Conservatives are killing off local services! Local people need change! "Last month the Tory leader of the Local Government Association warned that councils risked being “damaged beyond recognition” and communities depleted of vital services unless central government helps to fill the £8bn hole that will open up by 2023. Ministers plan to investigate whether the government’s own policies are to blame for the sharp rise in the use of food banks – though they could save official resources by looking at the evidence already available."