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  • Article: Dec 4, 2016

    Michael Mullaney and the local team have launched an NHS Survey about the state of our local NHS. We would like to hear your views. The survey can be taken at https://leicestershirelibdems.org.uk/en/survey/cllr-michael-mullaney-s-nhs-inquiry

  • Article: Dec 4, 2016
  • Local NHS campaigners Michael Mullaney, Dave Mayne, Lynda Gibbs and David Bill with the Hinckley NHS petitions
    Article: Nov 22, 2016

    Leicestershire Better care together have published draft plans which could see the Mount Road Hospital in Hinckley close and a reduction in the number of hospital beds in Hinckley.

    Responding to the report Hinckley Lib Dem County Councillor Michael Mullaney said "There's a huge demand in the Hinckley area for increased, not reduced NHS services. Over 11,000 people signed the petitions for saving Mount Road Hospital which shows the passion there is in the area for protecting and expanding our NHS services.



    Now we face proposals that will not only see the closure of Mount Road Hospital but the reduction in the number of beds in Hinckley from 39 to 21 a cut in almost half. The Clinical Commissioning Group may argue that there will be reduced demand in future, however with a large and growing population locally can we be sure that such a huge reduction would be wise?

  • Article: Oct 10, 2016

    Please sign the petition to save Desford Library from the threat of closure here http://leicestershirelibdems.org.uk/en/petition/save-desford-library

  • Article: Sep 26, 2016
  • Article: Sep 26, 2016

    Commenting on the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as Leader of the Labour Party, Bosworth Lib Dem parliamentary candidate Cllr Michael Mullaney said: "The re-election of Jeremy Corbyn means Labour's internal war will continue. He has the support of only one in five Labour MPs. Labour can't even form an opposition, never mind an alternative Government.

  • Article: Sep 16, 2016

    Local Hinckley Councillor Michael Mullaney was the Liberal Democrat guest on ITV Central's The Lobby programme recently.

    In the programme Michael put the case for the need for government ministers to deliver on their promises for more money for the NHS. Here in Hinckley we desperately need a modernised Hospital/Walk In Centre in the town

  • Article: Sep 16, 2016

    Liberal Democrat Councillors and members in Hinckley and Bosworth are heading off to attend the party's conference in Brighton this weekend.

    Amongst those attending the conference, which lasts from Saturday 17th to Tuesday 20th September is Hinckley and Bosworth's Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate Councillor Michael Mullaney.

  • Local author Stewart Bint backs the save Local Libraries Campaign
    Article: Sep 8, 2016

    Leicestershire Lib Dem County Councillor Michael Mullaney has called on the Conservative leadership at the County Council to save a threatened library.

    An agreement had been reached whereby Desford Library would be handed over by the County Council to a group of local volunteers to run. However the Library is in need of £45,000 of repair work, particularly to its slate roof. The community group is asking the County Council to guarantee that it will fund the repairs. The County's Conservative leadership is refusing to guarantee this meaning the Library could close.

  • Local NHS campaigners Michael Mullaney, Dave Mayne, Lynda Gibbs and David Bill with the Hinckley NHS petitions
    Article: Aug 19, 2016

    A paper petition containing almost 6000 names calling for the keeping of Mount Road Hospital in Hinckley was submitted to the Borough Council by local NHS campaigners yesterday, another copy of the petition will be sent to the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) for West Leicestershire. In addition to the nearly 6000 named paper petition around another 3000 have signed online petitions to save the hospital.