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Andrew welcomes the election of Tim Farron as leader

by Andrew Brown on 17 July, 2015

This blog has been quiet recently for a number of reasons – the most obvious being resting and recovering from the election campaign and dealing with the challenges of the many new members that joined immediately after that. I have, though, been meaning to write for a while – and following yesterday’s election of Tim […]

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My Statement to tonight’s Cabinet re: Libraries

by Andrew Brown on 3 March, 2015

Tonight, Bristol’s Cabinet will meet to discuss the proposed closure of 7 libraries across the city, including the one at Marksbury Road. When Liberal Democrats were in the administration, we did not close any libraries, and we are opposed to these closures now. Windmill Hill Lib Dem Councillor Mark Bailey and I are especially opposed […]

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My Statement to Council on 20mph Zones

by Andrew Brown on 13 November, 2014

On Tuesday, there was a motion before full Council with regard to the Mayor’s roll-out of the previous Lib Dem administration’s 20mph zones across the city. This was proposed by the Tory party and called for the roll out to be stopped and for the Mayor to hold an enquiry into the schemes. On the […]

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Where have I been?

by Andrew Brown on 17 May, 2014

Well, that has been a short/long two and a half months. Short because I don’t know where it’s gone, long because I have done sooo much in the meantime. When I posted my last blog, I anticipated making regular updates but, well, campaigning has expanded to fill the time I’ve not been at work! Whether […]

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