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  • Article: Jan 25, 2021

    We are in debt to all the front-line workers who have put their own health at risk to fight this virus and keep us safe.

    It is clear that the Government could have done far more to protect our key workers

    Everyone must continue to do their bit and make every effort to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

  • Cash
    Article: Jan 25, 2021

    Over £4.7 million has been paid in grants to local businesses by Chelmsford City Council to help with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, since entering Tier 2 on 17 October 2020.

    Many local businesspeople have been unable to work consistently since March 2020 due to the varying Covid-19 restrictions. The government has provided a number of different grant schemes (money that does not need to be paid back) to support businesses through their periods of closure and adjustment.

  • SA walk
    Article: Jan 25, 2021
    Norfolk Liberal Democrats respond to the report to the Council's Cabinet meeting on the Norfolk County Council's Revenue Budget Budget 2021-22 and Medium Term financial Strategy 2021-25.
    Steff Aquarone, Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group on Norfolk County Council said -
    "The Conservatives at County Hall will have increased Council tax by 18% over the last 4 years whilst they have cut services savagely often to those people who are in the most need of help.