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  • commented 2017-06-06 13:22:39 +0100
    Hi Richard,

    Good luck on Thursday. You have my vote. Can you let me know what are your views with regard to raising tax for large multinational companies in order to fund spending for the NHS, social care and education. I see this as the most sensible and functional way forward. Your thoughts would be appreciated.

  • commented 2017-06-06 08:18:46 +0100
    Thanks for your support of staying in Europe.The best thought for the interest of the Citizens of European countries.
  • commented 2017-04-22 15:19:24 +0100
    I would like to know how the lib dems feel about social housing ? They are building to many private homes but no enough social housing there are children in Hampshire who share a room with mum and dad at 4 years of age ? There is currently a 2 year and 2 month waiting list just for a 2 bedroom flat how is this right ? There are people who are only the age of 16 sleeping on the streets because children services and the council can’t help due to a lack of resources ! , I understand that social housing are currently being built in Hampshire but this will not solve the issue for everyone , there are people who are renting out sheds to sleep in ? There are mums and dads who are loosing there children in the child care system because they can’t afford the rent and due to that the council have put them down as being intenterly homeless ? I don’t think anyone would purposely be intenterly homeless ? People are living longer and the for a small country we do have a lot of ciztens to cover housing for but I do not believe that something can’t be sorted but the problem is where do they put these homes ? Villages are now full of housing but there are not enough resources to cover these homes I beleive the government could start by buying empty old homes that are not in use and restore them into a social house or using derlict industal estates just places where there are no use of the building
  • commented 2017-03-10 10:23:04 +0000
    Hi there

    After receiving your pamphlet through my door, asking for suggestions on how to improve our local community of Clanfield, with your 18b budget, I felt compelled to give answer to your question.

    I myself have recently moved to Clanfield in order to care for my elderly mother who resides in the parish of Idsworth, so as to be close by, thus preventing her from moving into a care home. I had reduced my hours considerably so as to enable me to accomplish this.

    To cut a long story short……I do not drive, your ‘public transport’ to rural areas is pretty unbelievable in this day and age. As I’m sure I have no need to tell you, there has been a lot of new development in the area ‘James Place’. Introducing a large number to the existing populous. However, there appears to be no plan to improve, the (already less than frequent) bus time table.

    After 15 years of working as a qualified registered nurse, I have found that I have had to give up the 18 hours a week as I was unable to make to my shift on time, which is only six miles away in Bedhampton! It also was taking me 2 hours to get home as there is only one bus an hour! Totally unacceptable.

    There is no direct link from ‘Old Clanfield’ to Portsmouth, apart from changing at Drift road which means changing bus companies also, thus needing two tickets and an awful lot of my time.

    There is NO outbound bus (South) from Old Clanfield between the hours of 7:35-9:48hrs, why oh why? The busiest part of the day.

    I appreciate that the local Council do not have a say in how the bus corporations schedule their services, however, what would it take to extend the service of the ‘Star’ from drift road, to Old Clanfield and around the ‘new’ estate? Apparently the number 8 (First buses) did at one time come up to Old Clanfield, but that service was stopped!

    With a large population of elderly people in a relatively small area, would it not be prudent to improve their chances to stay in their own homes? Enable them to get to the QA hospital when required?

    Enable those of us who are still of a working age to do so (in our chosen career).

    I would love to see the Libdems do something for the residents of Clanfield.

    As a new comer to the village, it would appear that the most vulnerable (the elderly, single parents and children) are being hugely discriminated against for their inability to drive a care.

    Public transport, in it’s truest form, is a great thing for the world as a large, it is enabling and reduces carbon emissions for those who use it ‘travelling en mass’.

    It is hard to believe that communities like Clanfield remain os isolated, and the inhabitants excluded.

    I hope this helps.

    Delia West BSc. RN
  • commented 2017-01-28 17:40:40 +0000
    Are we going to start a Government petition asking for Theresa May to condemn, in the House of Commons, Trump’s action banning Muslims from USA?
  • commented 2016-10-26 15:34:43 +0100