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  • There was a huge turnout at Michael Mullaney's campaign laiunch
    Article: Dec 12, 2019
    By Michael Mullaney

    Today's election in Hinckley and Bosworth is set to be a close fight between local campaigner Michael Mullaney and the Tories.

    Michael has a track record of fighting for our NHS and other local services.

    With our area's schools, health service and police all losing out under the Tories we need a hardworking local campaigning Lib Dem MP elected today.

  • Michael and Ian Bullock
    Article: Dec 12, 2019
    By Michael Mullaney

    A leading former local Conservative has switched to back Michael Mullaney for today's election in Bosworth

    Ian Bullock former chairman of Market Bosworth Conservatives is now backing Michael Mullaney to be our next MP.

    Michael Mullaney said: "Many former Conservative and Labour voters are doing as Ian is doing and switching to back the Lib Dems in Bosworth today. It's time for a new MP who has a record of action locally and will fight to get us the quality local services we need."

  • Liberal Democrat plans would see a vital extra 32 police officers on local streets
    Article: Dec 2, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats have announced plans to fund at least 32 police officers across Hinckley and Bosworth as part of an extra £1bn nationwide investment into community policing.

    This commitment amounts to 20,000 more police officers across England and Wales, enough for an extra two officers per ward. The Liberal Democrats will also fund an immediate 2% pay-rise for serving police officers.

    Liberal Democrat plans stand in stark contrast to Labour and the Conservatives, who have made big promises on police numbers, but have failed to commit the funding needed to deliver them.


    Liberal Democrat candidate for Bosworth Councillor Michael Mullaney said:

    "Too many people feel unsafe in their own homes and walking down their own streets. With entire communities feeling exposed and vulnerable, both the Tories and Labour are claiming to offer solutions but the sums just don't add up.


    "Only the Liberal Democrats have a bold and credible plan to increase the number of police across Hinckley and Bosworth. The Liberal Democrats are committing £1 billion nationwide investment per year to fund this - that's £250 million more than Labour or the Tories.

    "The Liberal Democrats are the only party willing to back our bobbies with money, not just words. We are the only party that can stop Brexit, make our communities safe and build a brighter future."

  • There was a massive response to Michael Mullaney and campaigners petition to get X-ray services back in Hinckley
    Article: Nov 14, 2019

    Campaigners in the Hinckley area are celebrating news that the campaign to get X-ray services back in the town has been a success.

    X-ray facilities were withdrawn from the town after the equipment was considered to be too dangerous to continue to use.

    Hinckley Liberal Democrat Cpuncillor Michael Mullaney launched a petition to get X-ray equipment back in the town which got a huge response. Michael said "I'm delighted that our campaign has been a success. It's essential that we have X-ray facilities in our large and growing town.

  • There was a huge turnout at Michael Mullaney's campaign laiunch
    Article: Nov 14, 2019

    There was a big turnout for the launch of the Liberal Democrat campaign to gain the Bosworth seat from the Conservatives.


    The Lib Dems held a big launch meeting at the New Plough Inn in Hinckley where parliamentary candidate Michae Mullaney was officially adopted as Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Bosworth by members for the general election.

  • Thanks to everyone who signed the huge petition to get X-ray services back in Hinckley
    Article: Nov 14, 2019

    A petition of well over 2,000 names calling for X-ray facilities to be brought back to Hinckley was submitted to the Borough Council.

    The Liberal Democrat group submitted the petition at the recent full council meeting.

    Presenting the petition Hinckley Lib Dem Cllr Michael Mullaney said "A huge thank you to everyone who signed the petition.

  • Cllr Michael Mullaney
    Article: Nov 4, 2019

    Lib Dems in Hinckley and Bosworth go into the election in positive spirits. Having gained the Borough Council from the Conservatives in May they now aim to win the parliamentary seat.
    Lib Dem parliamentary candidate Cllr Michael Mullaney said "We showed in May that the Lib Dems can win here winning the popular vote and the council, we can get a Lib Dem MP in Bosworth this time.
  • There was a massive response to Michael Mullaney and campaigners petition to get X-ray services back in Hinckley
    Article: Oct 26, 2019

    Shoppers were queuing in Hinckley town centre to sign a petition to get X-ray facilities back in the town.

    A stall with the petition calling for the X-ray facilities to come back to the town was run in Castle Street in Hinckley town centre by Lib Dem parliamentary candidate Cllr Michael Mullaney and a team of councillors and volunteers.

  • Cllr Michael Mullaney
    Article: Oct 18, 2019
    Plans by the Tory leader of Leicestershire county council Nick Rushton to abolish all local Boroughs including Hinckley and Bosworth and replace them with one Unitary authority for Leicestershire have been condemned by a leading Liberal Democrat.
    Hinckley County Councillor and Leicestershire Lib Dem Finance spokesman Cllr Michael Mullaney said "These plans would see areas like Hinckley miss out. They will lead to massive centralisation of decision making in the county and areas like Hinckley and Burbage on the edge of the county are likely to be overlooked. It's particularly concerning if control over planning applications end up with the County Council given we are expected to take so much development here without the infrastructure needed being delivered by government.
  • Michael Mullaney and the local Lib Dems are campaigning for the return of X-ray services to Hinckley
    Article: Oct 18, 2019

    Liberal Democrat run Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council have written to local NHS chiefs offering to loan them the money to bring X-ray services back to the town.

    Leader of the Council Cllr Stuart Bray has made the offer to the West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group.

    Responding to the news local health campaigner and Hinckley Lib Dem Councillor Michael Mullaney said "last year over 8,000 people had X-rays in Hinckley, it's a crucial local service.