I was surprised and disappointed by your online headline and opening sentence, which gives a misleading impression of my views on the bus cuts proposed by the Conservative run county council.
We are happy to announce that we have collected 340 signatures in total, plus 21 emails of support, in our campaign to widen the pavement on Chalk Hill. These included strong messages of support from the head teachers at Sacred Heart Primary School and Bushey Academy.
Email sent by Dorothy Thornhill on the 10th of February:
As you all know, my local Lib Dem colleagues and I have been campaigning against the bus cuts proposed by the Conservative run County Council for months. Firstly with their original consultation (where they planned to stop bus services at 6.30pm) and now their latest consultation (which stops bus services at 7.30pm and cuts 39 routes
totally). This especially affects the no 8 and 10 routes in Watford.
Liberal Democrats have set out plans to safeguard the NHS for the future.
NHS funding will increased by at least £8bn per year in real terms by
The Liberal Democrats are the first party to present a plan to meet the
financial needs of the NHS as set out by Simon Stevens, the Chief
Executive of NHS England, in his Five Year Forward View.