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Jo Cartmell Jul 19
"In these times where are facing austerity measures I have a suggestion. Unless road safety is an issue, let genuinely native wildflowers naturally colonise your roadside verges for free and cut the vegetation just once a year – in August or early September perhaps.W
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The Waste Badger Jul 20
Councils will be expected to take back in-house. pledges to push into taking back local services. | Politics | The Guardian
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Ru Jul 20
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💛💙LegoLASS💚🏳️‍🌈 Jul 18
refuse to comply with Home Office's hostile environment policy to share rough sleeper data
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ERP UK Jul 19
- ERP provides WEEE AND battery collections from local authorities? Check out this video to find out what a partnership with ERP has to offer!
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Jayne L 9h
from ... reproduces and magnifies “the same patterns of that has historically reflected”. strategies” When local use tools to classify us, what price ?
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becausewematter Jul 20
Real Q is - who scrutinises who know nothing or & refuse to be accountable Like Should it be Pls don’t trust such crucial services to them
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JACKIE1PLANET Jul 15
I agree. And I think it'd be great if looked to getting people living in the town centres (maybe by giving slightly reduced rent for non-car owners (cyclists)) so that we don't expand our greenbelts every few years.
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FoE Cymru Jul 19
👏🌏♥️Yesterday put the health of our planet first by ditching . By doing so, they acted on their declaration and made it mean something. Now other must do the same - quickly
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Trans Tank Int Jul 16
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Trust My Garage Jul 20
English councils could make a record surplus in excess of a billion pounds from their parking activities this year, according to a new study - see how here:
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Peter Ernest Jul 16
accused of introducing a 'backdoor rubbish tax'.
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KELLY CLELLAND 1 24h
and all parties agree a formula to pay substantial compensation to victim families that is confidential in a UN brokered settlement that shelves and ends that case for good and stops nutter parasites Fanny Higgins get media exposure in
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Public Sector Executive Jul 20
A report by has praised 's Children's Services for significant improvements. Read more here:
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SoFrolushes Jul 19
23k UK families moved away from their local area. Many from London. Social cleansing
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Roxy 24h
Enjoying reading this excellent resource from & other great materials I got at festival. The materials will come in handy to help develop the DC action plan if it doesn't go in the way I am optimistic it can go.
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Annie Oakley Jul 20
All that’s missing is plants for our wildlife🌼🐞🌱🐝🌺🐜🌸🐛....oh 🤔
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Ivor Lloyd Jul 19
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Suffolk Honey Jul 19
Agree, this happens in parts of too but it's only "our" money so probably don't care about the waste or impact on the although they might say they do.
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