Blue Badge Blues eased

Ealing council have finally realised that not everyone who needs a blue badge has access to the Internet at home. They have now invited elderly and vulnerable people to use the free internet access at the borough's libraries.

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Update on plans to downgrade local hospitals

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Councillor Gary Malcolm, attended a public meeting at Ealing Town Hall which discussed recent cuts that have been made to health services including the closure of Accident & Emergency (A&E) wards at Central Middlesex and Hammersmith hospitals, and the closure of the maternity and children’s A&E services at Ealing Hospital.

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Councillors support Mayor's charity for homelessness

key_acton_homeless_concern.pngSouthfield Liberal Democrats helped to organise a quiz night to raise money for Ealing Council's Mayoral charity, Acton Homeless Concern. Councillor Gary Malcolm's team won the quiz and many hundreds of pounds was raised for the charity.

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New rules to help reduce unsafe dog walker behaviour

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Details of a new Professional Dog Walkers licencing scheme have been announced. This was prompted after residents commonly saw dog walkers with ten or more dogs across Southfield Rec. After the complaints, where some residents felt threatened by the large number of dogs, not always being kept under control, your Liberal Democrat councillors suggested that a licencing scheme should be introduced.

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Council Tax to rise - but no answer to the £30 million black hole

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Ealing council's tax bill will rise this April after the Council passed on the 2% social care levy to residents.

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Ealing Cinema Delayed till 2019

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Work started in December on the long-awaited Ealing Filmworks scheme including flats and cafes as well as the cinema. However, site owners St George have admitted that the cinema won't open until 2019 - eleven long years after the 2008 closure of the previous cinema.

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Acton Lane Wall: Good news for parents and children

There has been a long running campaign by parents and Councillors in Southfield, regarding the wall that juts out adjacent to the railway bridge on Acton Lane, near Woolsey's Cycle shop.

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Lib Dems fight Heathrow expansion

The government, who are in favour of expanding Heathrow, have just launched a consultation where you state whether you think Heathrow should be expanded or not.  The Ealing consultation is on 18th February, Hounslow on the 27th

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Sarah Olney wins Richmond Park by-election

Speaking at the count following her shock victory in the Richmond Park by-election, newly elected MP Sarah Olney said: 

"Let me start by thanking the other candidates for a hard-fought campaign – and to Zac Goldsmith in particular, I wish you well and assure you that I will continue your fight against the expansion of Heathrow.

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Lib Dems slam Ealing Council's reduction in sweeping

Ealing Council Officers have confirmed that a revised street cleaning regime will result in most streets having to wait six weeks for a deep clean. 

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Petition: Make Ealing's Cinema a Priority & Set a Date for Completion

Petition: Make Ealing's Cinema a Priority & Set a Date for Completion

SIGN THE PETITION: We the undersigned call upon St George to make the construction of the already planned Filmworks scheme a priority, and to set a completion date.

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