This is just wrong!

 

The extraordinary spectacle of the Government refusing to fund free school meals during holiday times, as the pandemic rages, must have made many of us marvel at just how often they have found themselves on the wrong side of public opinion, and of what is simply the right thing to do:

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Ageism on the increase

Elderly people are reported as having difficulty using the buttons on parking machines

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More Coronavirus Incompetence

Pandemic - Jonathan Smith says government has failed Cheshire

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Fostering

 

 

As a former Director of Social Services and Children’s Services Specialist, I applaud the efforts of the local Council to recruit more foster carers, and the Knutsford Guardian for covering the story (‘’More foster carers sought by Cheshire East Council’’ 4th. October).

 

 

 

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UBI - what is it?

The Liberal Democrats have adopted Universal Basic Income - UBI - as a policy.  

What's it all about?

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Wrong priorities!

 21 local bus services are reported to be under threat in Cheshire East.

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Saving Longridge's Green Corridor

The continuing fight to protect vital green space in Longridge  must be won.

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Macclesfield Maternity services - the suspension is extended

East Cheshire NHS Trust Board have extended the suspension of maternity services at Macclesfied until Spring 2021.  They did this at their virtual Board meeting on 3rd September, with no access for members of the public even as observers, and the crucial report on the future of birthing services at Macclesfield Hospital only published hours before –  ruling out any opportunity for written questions.

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Maternity Services at Macclesfield - update

Maternity services at Macclesfield Hospital were suspended, due to the Covid crisis, until October.  But what will happen after that?  Will they restart, or will the unit close for good?  We don't know and we're not being told...

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Travellers' site in Mobberley

Tatton Liberal Democrats attended a meeting for villagers in Mobberley, called to hear the views and concerns of local people about the developments on a site close to the village, which has been bought by travelling families.  

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