Our Manifesto has Landed!

Our Manifesto has Landed!

The Scottish Liberal Democrats have launched out 2021 Manifesto - Put Recovery First. 

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Lib Dems Secure Extra Schools Funding

In negotiations with the Scottish Government, the Liberal Democrats have secured £80m in additional funding for our schools. This funding will be allocated to reduce class sizes and provide more resources for additional support to pupils who need it. It will provide much needed support for school...

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Supporting Local Businesses

Supporting Local Businesses

The Scottish Liberal Democrats have pledged to reform business rates to take the burden off the high street and give local shops a fairer way to compete with online retailers

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Fly-Tipping Petition

Edinburgh Pentlands candidate Fraser Graham, and the Lib Dem team covering Sighthill/Gorgie ward have launched a petition calling on the City of Edinburgh Council to better combat the problem of fly-tipping in our area.

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Improvements Needed at Pentlands Car Parks

Improvements Needed at Pentlands Car Parks

Increased visitor numbers have seen the car parks at Pentland Hills Regional Park full to bursting, with many visitors parking on surrounding roads, blocking local access. Action is needed to improve access to the regional parks and keep the surrounding roads safe for all. 

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Uneven pavements

Uneven pavements

The Edinburgh Pentlands Focus team have heard from a number of residents who are affected by uneven pavements in Juniper Green, Currie and Balerno. Elderly or disabled people often find it difficult to get about if the pavements are in a poor state of repair.

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Campaign Brings 63 Bus Success

Campaign Brings 63 Bus Success

Following a petition campaign by your Lib Dem team, the new First 63 bus service has launched, linking Balerno and Currie with Edinburgh Park, the Gyle Centre and South Queensferry. 

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Demanding Better for Edinburgh Pentlands!

Demanding Better for Edinburgh Pentlands!

I'm campaigning for Scotland to have a needle-sharp focus on recovery from the Coronavirus pandemic, with a focus on key issues such as education, mental health and the climate emergency. Now is the time to come together as a partnership for recovery. 

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