£2bn HDV regeneration: Lib Dems force a review

Lib Dem councillors have forced a review of the decision by Haringey’s Labour Cabinet to press ahead with controversial plans for a £2bn privatisation of public property. The HDV is believed to by far the largest joint venture between a council and a developer in the country.

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Lib Dem call to halt Highgate Library sale rejected by Labour dominated scrutiny committee

Last night, Lib Dem opposition councillors forced a review of the decision by Haringey’s Labour Cabinet to sell-off Highgate Library.

At a meeting of Haringey Council’s scrutiny committee, Lib Dem councillor for Highgate, Clive Carter, argued the Labour Cabinet should reconsider the ‘in-principle’ decision made on 20th June to sell Highgate Library and move the library service to Jacksons Lane Art Centre.

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97% of homes in Haringey could be affected by Conservative social care plans

Theresa May's planned changes to social care could see people forced to pay for their entire care cost until they reach their last £100,000 of assets, potentially affecting 97% of homeowners in Haringey. 

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NHS in Haringey could lose over 300 EU staff because of Brexit

The NHS in Haringey could lose 333 staff from the EU as a result of Theresa May's extreme version of Brexit, the Liberal Democrats have warned.

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Labour infighting costs Haringey taxpayers’ £25k a year

At the Annual Council meeting in Tottenham Town Hall on Monday evening (22nd May), Haringey’s Labour councillors voted to increase the number of Cabinet positions from 8 to 9, at a cost of £25,000 a year to local taxpayers. The Liberal Democrat councillors voted against the move and said Labour infighting had led to the extra spending.

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Put more bobbies on the beat say the Lib Dems, as they promise an extra £62m a year for London’s police

Put more bobbies on the beat say the Lib Dems, as they promise an extra £62m a year for London’s police

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Lib Dems launch their manifesto offering a public vote on the final Brexit deal and more funding for NHS, police and schools

The Liberal Democrats have launched their manifesto plans to change Britain’s future. The party’s landmark policy would give the people the final say on the Brexit deal which would include the option to remain in the EU.

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