Tag Archives: Victor Chamberlain

#Manchester City Council to discuss climate change at full council? Er, no…

UPDATE: The plot… thins.  See the end of this post for more details and an apology. MCFly jumps the gun twice in a week!! Must see a doctor about that premature encapsulation… An in-depth presentation of climate change action by … Continue reading

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Going Through the Motions? Manchester City Council and Climate Change

A Liberal Democrat motion at July 11th’s full Council, calling on Manchester City Council to be “more sustainable,” was  radically amended by Labour councillors before being passed. The LibDem councillor who proposed the motion,  Victor Chamberlain (Chorlton) has described the … Continue reading

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Setting Manchester City Council in ‘Green’ Motion?

On Wednesday 11th of July, Manchester City Council will meet and discuss a motion about ‘Making Manchester more Sustainable’. The motion has been put forward by Chorlton councillor Victor Chamberlain, one of 9 Liberal Democrats in the Labour-dominated 96 -member … Continue reading

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Newsflash: Council to look at 20 mile per hour residential road limit

Manchester City Council has unanimously decided to have its officers produce a study that might lead to a city-wide 20 mile per hour a limit on residential roads. At a full Council Meeting on Wednesday 1st February, a Liberal Democrat … Continue reading

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