Campaigning suspended

In the light of the horrific events in Manchester, the Liberal Democrat general election campaign in Cheltenham is suspended.

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Martin pledges to keep hunting ban

The campaign group Keep The Ban (http://www.keeptheban.org.uk/) are asking all parliamentary candidates to commit to keeping the hunting ban if they are elected on 8 June.  And Cheltenham's Liberal Democrat candidate Martin Horwood has been quick to sign the pledge.  

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Lib Dems pledge £65m a year for Glos health and social care as Gloucester A&E wait hits six hours

The Liberal Democrats have announced they would plug funding gaps for the NHS and social care by putting a penny on income tax, in their first major manifesto commitment of the election campaign. The tax would raise an additional £65m for Gloucestershire, with £42m for the NHS, including mental...

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Lib Dems top the poll in Cheltenham

The Liberal Democrats have topped the poll in Cheltenham in the local elections, gaining 49.4% of the vote compared to the Conservatives on 35.1%. The Cheltenham party won seven of the town's ten seats on Gloucestershire County Council and only lost the remaining three by a few hundred votes.

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Martin welcomes Brighton Lib Dems decision to back Green Caroline Lucas

Originally published 27 April 2017. Brighton and Hove Liberal Democrats have announced they will not be standing a candidate against Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas, echoing the decision by Cheltenham Green Party not to stand in 2010 against then Cheltenham Liberal Democrat MP Martin Horwood...

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Better broadband for Cheltenham

Better broadband for Cheltenham

Martin has lobbied BT, Virgin, 'Fastershire' and government ministers, up to an including the Prime Minister on this issue and won't rest until we have 100% availability of superfast broadband in Cheltenham.

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