Norfolk Tories slammed for withdrawing free schools meals over Easter

Conservatives at all levels of government in Norfolk have been slammed today for withdrawing free school meals for children in low income homes over the Easter holidays.

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Spring Statement: Families in North Norfolk to pay the price for Chancellor's failure

The Liberal Democrats have slammed the Spring Statement as a "massive missed opportunity" to help families in North Norfolk.

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Cut VAT to save families in North Norfolk over £18.5m, say local Lib Dems

North Norfolk Liberal Democrats have demanded an emergency cut to VAT to protect local families from soaring bills and the Conservatives' worsening cost of living crisis.

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“TORY MPs MUST FORCE BORIS OUT” - Aquarone

In a message to North Norfolk residents, LibDem Parliamentary spokesperson STEFFAN AQUARONE has called on Tory MPs to force out Prime Minister Boris Johnson

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Train Police for speeding crackdown say LibDems

Steffan Aquarone, Lib Dem County Councillor for Melton Constable has written to Norfolk Chief Constable Paul Sanford urging the force to invest in training officers to combat the rise of speeding in rural villages.

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Lib Dems back “Robin Hood tax” on energy giants to support families with heating bills.

North Norfolk's Parliamentary Spokesperson Steffan Aquarone has today written to the Secretary of State for Energy Kwasi Kwarteng demanding that he backs the party’s call for a “Robin Hood” tax on the super-profits of oil and gas firms, to raise money to support local families facing soaring energy costs.

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Bus Back Better – failing to meet Norfolk’s needs

Norfolk County Council’s ‘Norfolk’s Bus Service Improvement Plan and Enhanced Partnership with Bus Operators’, a response tto the government’s Bus Back Better strategy was discussed today at the Infrastructure and Development Select Committee.

In response Liberal Democrat County Councillor Steff Aquarone said:

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Tories take £1.7 million from Norfolk schools

Schools in Norfolk are set to lose £1.7m in funding for the most disadvantaged pupils in the county following the government's decision to alter the method of calculating Pupil Premium funding.

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Keeping You Safe

On Thursday you can also vote for John Crofts as the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk.

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Building a Strong Norfolk Economy

We believe that thriving business and industrial sectors are key drivers of prosperity for communities up and down Norfolk.

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