Hinckley and Bosworth Liberal Democrats have called on Bosworth's Conservative MP Luke Evans to sack Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak following the revelation that both are to be fined over lockdown-breaking parties at Number 10.
The Liberal Democrats are also calling for Parliament to be recalled immediately so MPs can hold a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson as Prime Minister, following the revelation that both he and Rishi Sunak are to be fined over lockdown-breaking parties at Number 10.
Nearly a third of local patients waited longer than 4 hours in A&E before being seen in February, new analysis of NHS England figures by the Liberal Democrats has revealed.
Even more shockingly 628 patients waited over 12 hours, or 8.8% of the total.
The figures also show that people in the East Midlands. area waited an average of 48 minutes for serious incidents in February. Scandalously, one in 10 people waited over an hour and 40 minutes for an ambulance to arrive.
The Liberal Democrats have slammed the Spring Statement as a "massive missed opportunity" to help families in Hinckley and Bosworth
The party has called for the standard rate of VAT to be reduced from 20% to 17.5% for one year. It comes after the Chancellor's lacklustre Spring Statement failed to adequately protect local families from soaring bills and the Conservatives' worsening cost of living crisis.
New figures uncovered by the Liberal Democrats have revealed 30%of 11 year old children have a reading age below 11. The research reveals almost 167,960 11 year olds across the country and 337 in Bosworthbeing below the standard reading age.
The shocking figures were published recently by the Department for Education in response to a Parliamentary Question tabled by Liberal Democrat Education Spokesperson Munira Wilson.
Hinckley and Bosworth Liberal Democrats have demanded an emergency cut to VAT to protect local families from soaring bills and the Conservatives' worsening cost of living crisis.
The Liberal Democrats are calling for the standard rate of VAT to be reduced from 20% to 17.5% for one year, a move that would save households in Hinckley and Bosworth average of around £600 each. This would mean putting around £23,160,000 in the pockets of 38,600 families in Hinckley and Bosworth.
Local councillors have launched a petition to save threatened local bus services.
Arriva buses have announced plans that will see the 153 bus service from Market Bosworth to Leicester cease stopping in the villages of Barton-in-the-Beans, Carlton and Nailstone from April 17th. If the cuts a take place it will mean no bus services will serve Barton-in-the-Beans or Carlton.
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