Newport Bus Cuts

Bus services across the city are being cut. Residents from all over Newport have been in touch with their concerns and how the cuts will limit their ability to get around, especially in the evenings when the most severe cuts are happening. Read more

A Place to Call Home


UK housing is in crisis. We have a massive shortfall of 4.7 million homes.

We need to build many more houses, but they need to be the right homes in the right places.

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Stop the Tories Selling the NHS to Donald Trump

The National Health Service is not safe with the Tories. Donald Trump has made it clear he expects the NHS to be on the table in any post-Brexit trade deal.

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Transport Chaos

Our transport is broken. Increasing congestion on roads, bad air quality, overcrowded and expensive trains, bus services disappearing.

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Bring Back Our Cops

Government negligence has seen crime figures rise, and only now with an election to buy do they find more money.

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The Great Brexit Scam

This election is the turning point. We can choose isolation, economic disaster and poverty, or we can remain part of the EU. You choose!

Brexit is costing us jobs, in excess of 100,000 already. If we leave you can expect more to follow. Airbus will go, and customers of Llanwern steelworks like Nissan are signalling that No Deal means No Future for the UK Auto Sector.

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LIB DEM CAMPAIGNERS CHALLENGE TORIES TO CONDEMN "VILE" BEHAVIOUR

Newport Liberal Democrat candidates, Ryan Jones and Dr Mike Hamilton, have issued a challenge to the Tory Party in Newport, to condemn and disown their recent appalling actions.

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Welsh Lib Dems Announce Candidates for Newport West & Newport East

“We’re standing to win”: Local businessman and former university lecturer selected to fight Newport and Severnside elections

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'We will invest £750k in our parks' say Lib Dems

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Newport Liberal Democrats, alongside launching a campaign against neglect to local play parks, have revealed their plans to invest £750,000 in play areas over a five year period if they regain administration of the council after the local elections next year.

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Lib Dems launch campaign to stop play park cuts

key_sign.jpgLib Dems launch campaign to put an end to the city council closing local play parks.

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Residents' fury as rejected development could get green light

 

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