Across Cheshire West & Chester, business are finding it harder to invest, recruit and cover costs because of continued uncertainty over Brexit. In a survey commissioned by CWAC, 30% of businesses expect things to get worse while only 15% expect better. In Hoole, hard working independent
In the course of my 45 years I have received a number of certificates. My cycling proficiency to prove I could slalom slowly around a few tin cans in a school playground, a certificate to show I could swim the width of a pool without drowning and my BAGA gymnastics certificate, which I received
I recently wrote about why I have joined the Liberal Democrats. Now, just a few weeks later, elections in the Netherlands and most recently France have demonstrated that mainland Europe is rejecting the concepts of nationalism and populism which have swept the USA, and indeed the UK.
A few weeks ago I joined the Liberal Democrats. Why would someone who has always been Conservative decide to move away – have things really changed that much? Quite simply, yes. I was born in Chester but have grown up in various places across the globe. I currently live and work in
Chester voted remain Chester voted to remain in the European Union at last year’s referendum on Britain’s EU membership. According to the widely respected projections from Chris Hanretty of the University of East Anglia, the people of the City of Chester constituency voted 57.3%