Ealing Liberal Democrats launch 2022 manifesto

Ealing Liberal Democrats have launched our manifesto for the May 2022 elections to Ealing Council. Entitled Six-to-Fix, it sets out an exciting vision for Ealing and improving council services across the borough.

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Caroline Pidgeon AM visits Hanger Hill

On 18th March 2022, Caroline Pidgeon joined candidate Athena Zizzimos, Lib Dem Leader Cllr Gary Malcolm and others in Hanger Hill to see first hand the transport issues that need fixing.

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Liberal Democrats select Ealing Common candidates for local elections

Ealing Lib Dem members have selected current Councillor Jon Ball as well as Benedict Cross and Connie Hersch as their Ealing Common candidates for the local elections taking place this May.

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Ealing Lib Dem street light petition passes 500 signatures

Ealing Lib Dem petition calling on Labour-run Ealing Council to reverse its policy of dimming street lights at night has passed 500 signatures just a few days after it was launched.

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Massive clean air win for Ealing Lib Dems

Ealing Liberal Democrats motion to improve air quality was resoundingly passed at the national Lib Dem conference on Friday 11th March 2022. It is now our party's policy.

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Ealing Lib Dems select Hanger Hill ward candidates

Ealing Liberal Democrats have selected Jonathan Oxley, Mark Sanders and Athena Zissimos as their candidates for the target ward of Hanger Hill in the May 2022 local elections.

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Hina Bokhari visits Ealing Common ward

Saturday 5th March saw Liberal Democrat Assembly Member Hina Bokhari visiting Ealing Common ward, as well as a whole squad of Young Liberals from across London!

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Ealing council has most complaints in London

Shocking new figures reveal that the Labour-run Ealing Council is the most complained about council in London with a whopping 144 complaints to the local government ombudsman! It is further evidence that Ealing Labour take residents for granted.

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Lib Dems say Ealing Council statement on tall buildings is vague and still too weak

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Liberal Democrats in Ealing have been pressing the Labour-run Ealing Council for a number of years that they need to take a clearer line by properly consulting on the Ealing Plan to take into account the many concerns residents have.

These include providing proper affordable housing, buildings that are too tall, too dense, the need for a suitable range of accommodation types to cover families and ensuring that new buildings have a zero carbon status.

On 19th January 2022 Ealing Council issued a statement which is not a change of policy but appears to open the door on possibly resisting some taller buildings. Liberal Democrats welcome this as far as it goes but is very vague.

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Ealing residents let down by PM

Councillor Gary Malcolm, Leader of Ealing Liberal Democrats, has written to the Leader of the Ealing Conservative Group to express the anger many residents feel. Whilst we were following the rules, the PM and others were breaking them. Time for Boris Johnson to resign.

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