Max questions Alex Chalk's voting record on climate change after Cheltenham schools debate

Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Cheltenham Max Wilkinson has questioned Tory MP Alex Chalk's voting record on climate change after a debate with Cheltenham school pupils.

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Max slams government for hiking cost of building affordable homes

Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Cheltenham Max Wilkinson has accused the government of “punishing” local communities by hiking the cost of borrowing for affordable housing projects.

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Council leader urges NHS bosses to keep Cheltenham A&E open

Cheltenham’s Lib Dem council leader has written to Gloucestershire hospital bosses urging them to rule out the closure of Cheltenham General Hospital’s A&E.

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Max welcome council’s ‘carbon neutral Cheltenham’ report

Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Cheltenham Max Wilkinson has welcomed a report from the borough council outlining its plan to make the town carbon neutral by 2030.

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Shaping our town for the next decade

What will our town be like in ten years? That was the subject up for discussion at Cheltenham Connect’s breakfast event last Friday, with input from a panel drawn from across different sectors of the town.

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Stagecoach considering bus signs for visually-impaired people after work by Max

Stagecoach is considering a trial of specialist aides to help visually-impaired passengers who struggle to hail the correct bus.

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Gloucestershire will have fewer police officers than in 2010 under new Tory funding plans

Gloucestershire will be left with fewer police officers than it had in 2010 despite Tory government plans to recruit an extra 20,000 officers nationally, it can be revealed.

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Max welcomes Sir Ed Davey to annual Cheltenham Liberal Democrats dinner

Lib Dem deputy leader Sir Ed Davey addressed a record number of supporters at the Cheltenham Liberal Democrats annual dinner.

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Max 'humbled' to address climate strike demonstration in Cheltenham

Lib Dem parliamentary candidate Max Wilkinson addressed hundreds of protesters from Cheltenham calling for immediate action to tackle the global climate emergency.

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Word for word: How Alex Chalk told constituents he would resign if the government acted unlawfully

Today, Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk told BBC Radio Gloucestershire he would not be resigning from his government role as PPS to Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab in light of the Supreme Court ruling that the government had acted unlawfully in suspending parliament.

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