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Latest News

21/12/05 – Have Your Say About Council Tax and the Budget
Early January sees the next round of public consultation for setting the Council budget and the level of Council Tax. Swindon residents are invited to Council Tax and budget meetings on 3rd, 5th and 11 …

21/11/05 – Swindon Is Becoming A Victim Of Its Own Success
Swindon is becoming a victim of its economic success. Swindon Advertiser 21/11/05 The town now has such low unemployment that it is struggling to increase staffing levels to fulfill increasing ord …

21/11/05 – Cllr Martin, Free Lydiard Park Project Tour
Join free Lydiard Park Project Tour on Saturday 26th November People are being invited to attend a free tour of lake restoration works at Swindon Borough Council’s Lydiard Park on Satu …

27/10/05 – Cllr Wakefield Slams Money Wasted On Art At GWH Hospital
Is hospital art good for our wealth? Swindon Advertiser 27/10/05 Swindon’s Great Western Hospital splashed out at least £97,500 on art during the last two years, the Adver can reveal. The figu …

26/10/05 – Shake-up to out-of-hours NHS service
Swindon Advertiser, Date Published: Wednesday 26 October 2005 Carfax Street Walk-in Centre Ref: 99937PATIENTS seeking out-of-hours medical care will have to head to Great Western …

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National News from Conservatives.com

       Scrap EU Worker Registration Scheme
Restore public confidence in the system, says Damian Green.

 

The true cost of Blair’s EU surrender 
Britain’s EU budget contribution jumps by almost £2 billion extra a year.