General Election Must Not Distract From Local Issues

Paul Nathanail writes: The news of a snap general election must not be allowed to distract us from the key decisions Notts County Council will be making in coming months. Specifically the intention to gift large swathes of publically owned land to an independent but small, and potentially ripe for takeover, multi academy trust must be challenged.

Bramcote and Beeston North faces the prospect of losing its green belt and seeing control of local school infrastructure pass out of public control and into the hands of directors of a trust which is struggling to meet its financial obligations.

There will be time enough to campaign for the Broxtowe seat in westminster after the county elections and before 8 June.

So on 4 May Bramcote and Beeston North should ensure it has a voice in County Hall to speak up for keeping public lands in public hands.

Candidate for Bramcote and Beeston North in the Nottinghamshire County Council elections.

Please consider voting for PAUL NATHANAIL on 4 May 2017 to help retain land and school buildings in public ownership.

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3 Responses to General Election Must Not Distract From Local Issues

  1. Graham Taylor says:

    Sorry Steve local issues can have nothing to do with it. This election is all about whether or not you want a Tory dictatorship.

  2. Graham,
    The post was mine and I was referring to the upcoming County Council elections on 4 May rather than June’s GE.

  3. While Bramcote is presented with proposals for a 500 home single use estate in the green belt, nearby Gedling plans a ‘mini city’ of 830 homes in a mixed use redevelopment

    Our next County Councillor needs to speak out for Bramcote and Beeston North in ways their predecessors and borough council colleagues haven’t been willing to.

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