Derbyshire Labour Refuse to Distance Themselves from Disgraceful HATE T-Shirts

T-SHIRTS celebrating the eventual death of Margaret Thatcher – on sale at the TUC conference - sparked a 10 minute row at yesterday's full council meeting.The Labour opposition group was asked to clarify its views on the issue, and one of the party's councillors, Brian Lucas, stood up and said he would "raise my glass" when the former prime minister dies, arguing she showed "nothing but contempt" for the working class during her reign.Leader of the Tory-led authority Andrew Lewer voiced his disgust at the T-shirts, saying: "This isn't about whether or not Mrs Thatcher was good for this country. It's about producing a T-shirt celebrating the death of a woman in her 80s."The authority's Liberal Democrat group distanced itself from the "distasteful" T-shirts.… 

Simon Spencer Campaign For Police Commissioner Visits Derby City & Valley Ripley

Simon Spencer is the Conservative Party choice to be the Derbyshire's Police and Crime Commissioner.The new commissioner will be elected in a County and City election this November, giving widespread power and real accountability, the likes of which have not been seen before in the UK, to improve and change policing for the better.

Foundations laid for new Tibshelf school

Conservative Councillor Mike Longden, our Cabinet Member for Education"We have recognised the compelling need to provide this learning community with a new school."The Conservative county council has pulled out all the stops to make the new school a reality and this is the start of the last full academic school year for pupils at its present site. "I'm delighted that we have been able to put together a financial package to deliver our promise of a new school for Tibshelf."It means we can provide the whole community with a bright and spacious school which meets modern standards and will enable pupils to reach their full potential."

Investment in New School Projects

Today the Conservative Cabinet at DCC approved significant investment in several Derbyshire schools, including building a new primary school in North Wingfield at a cost of £3m, as well as £900,000 to build a new hydrotherapy pool at Alfreton Park School and £1.65m towards a phased replacement of Aldercar Community Language College. This investment underlines the commitment of Derbyshire Conservatives to invest in modern, fit for purpose facilities and environments for our young people to learn and excel in.


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Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service an Excellent Service

The Conservative run Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service has been graded as an Excellent Service meeting all the criteria and showing an embedded understanding of issues needed to meet this Exacting Standard.  Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is only the 6th Service in England to reach this Standard.

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