Archive | May, 2010
Lib Dem’s bright idea to boost business

Lib Dem’s bright idea to boost business

Businesses in Sheffield will get even better support thanks to a bright idea from Liberal Democrats on the Council. Lib Dems want to make sure that companies can learn from the city’s high-fliers, by inviting the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Federation of Small Businesses to give advice to start-up businesses. Local Business Leaders have […]

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Sheffield City Council confirm Liberal Democrat Leader

Sheffield City Council confirm Liberal Democrat Leader

Lib Dem Councillor Paul Scriven has been elected as the Leader of Sheffield City Council at today’s Council AGM. Cllr Scriven got straight down to work by announcing his Cabinet team for the coming year. After the Labour Group and Green Group withdrew from talks on the possibility of a coalition Cabinet, Cllr Scriven was […]

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Sheffield Lib Dems receptive to cross-party Council proposal

Sheffield Lib Dems receptive to cross-party Council proposal

The Liberal Democrat Group on Sheffield City Council have indicated they will explore if all three political parties on Sheffield City Council can work together to form a cross party administration. The 2010 local elections in Sheffield left the Council in ‘no overall control’, with 42 Lib Dem councillors, 39 Labour, 2 Greens and 1 […]

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