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MK Labour reject funding plans for rough sleepers.

Labour have ruled out opening a hostel to get rough sleepers off the streets of Milton Keynes.

Opposition Conservative Councillors expressed their anger about this and have suggested the Labour-led Milton Keynes Council doesn't have a short-term answer to get people off the streets.

Transport Secretary commits more funding for MK Roads

Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling visited Milton Keynes to see the state of local roads and to discuss safety on our railways.

                                                                   

PETITION: Protecting our Green Spaces

We are alerting you to an important Council meeting being held on September 20th at 7.30pm (At Christ the Cornerstone church in Central Milton Keynes)

Conservative Councillors win Green Bin Battle

Due to concerted Conservative pressure and the combined efforts of local residents, the Labour run administration finally announced a climbdown on their unwelcome plans to charge £33 for each household green bin.

The Art of Negotiation: Brexit and Property

Milton Keynes Councillor Hiten Ganatra on the parallels between negotiating a good property deal and the need for the UK to stand firm in its negotiation when leaving Europe.

Funding Boost for Schools

Schools funding in Milton Keynes and across England will increase under a Conservative Government.