Tottenham Lib Dems offer chance to stop Brexit for a brighter future in General Election

Haringey Liberal Democrat councillor, Tammy Palmer will be challenging David Lammy at the upcoming General Election, in what will no doubt be a two-way contest in Tottenham between Labour and the resurgent Liberal Democrats.

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“Remainer rebellion” set to power Liberal Democrat gain in Hornsey & Wood Green constituency

Hornsey & Wood Green constituency is shaping up to the be the site of an electoral upset in the upcoming General Election.

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Safe cycle route through the Haringey heartlands secured by Lib Dem councillor

Dedicated cycle paths have been secured within the large Haringey Heartlands development - a site which will deliver over 1,000 new homes, following interventions by the Liberal Democrats.

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Lib Dem mayoral candidate backs campaign to save Latin Village

The Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of London, Siobhan Benita, has thrown her weight behind the campaign to save the 'Latin Village' in Tottenham.
 
At a public meeting on Sunday following her visit last week to the Seven Sisters Indoor Market, Ms Benita said the plan to develop the site into luxury flats must be stopped:

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Latin Market: Cross-party review finds Council failed traders

Haringey Council repeatedly mishandled the redevelopment of the Latin Market at Seven Sisters and in the process likely breached its equalities obligations, according to a damning report published today by its own Overview & Scrutiny Committee.

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Four Haringey schools not inspected for over a decade

Long gaps between inspections are threatening standards in Haringey schools, warn Liberal Democrat councillors. They have blamed the government policy of exempting schools that were rated 'outstanding' in their last inspection from routine inspections.

Muswell Hill Primary School was last inspected in December 2006, almost thirteen years ago. Rhodes Avenue, St James and Belmont were also last inspected over a decade ago. Whilst, Alexandra Park and Fortismere have not been inspected since 2011.

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Warm words won’t cool our planet

Responding to the motion on climate change passed by Labour conference on Tuesday 24th September, Tammy Palmer, councillor and Lib Dem campaigner for Tottenham, said that:

“Here in Haringey, we have seen how Labour deals with the environment. They prefer making bold sounding statements to taking action. In March, at the same meeting where Haringey’s Labour councillors voted to declare climate change was an emergency, they also voted down Lib Dem proposals to roll out School Streets and force developers to produce more renewable energy locally. They want the credit for saying the right things. But they won’t pay the political price for actually making the changes necessary to fight Climate Change”.

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