Thames Valley Police Commissioner to apply for royal wedding funding after MP’s intervention

Thames Valley’s Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfield has confirmed that he will be applying for Government funding to cover the cost of policing the royal wedding after Layla raised the issue in the House of Commons.

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Goalposts should move on safe standing after Oxford United announcement

Goalposts should move on safe standing after Oxford United announcement

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Report shows need to end indefinite detention at Campsfield House in Kidlington

An independent report which has raised concerns about health care and the treatment of detainees shows need to end indefinite detention at Campsfield Immigration Removal Centre in Kidlington according to the local MP.

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Oxfordshire schools “are at breaking point” and need new money for teachers pay rise

Layla Moran is leading a campaign calling on the Government to deliver new, dedicated money to fund future teachers’ pay rises after telling Parliament that local schools wouldn’t be able to cope if they had to pay salary increases from existing budgets.

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Have your say on Oxford air quality plans

Layla is urging residents to give their ideas on reducing air pollution in the city as the Government launches a public consultation on the issue.

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England is falling behind in period poverty fight

Layla Moran has today warned that women in England are being left behind by the UK Government in the campaign to end period poverty.

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Concern as Conservative Police Commissioner fails to apply for funding to cover costs of the Royal Wedding

An answer to a Parliamentary Question asked by Lib Dem MP for Oxford West and Abingdon Layla Moran has revealed that Thames Valley’s Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfield has not applied for special funding to cover the cost of policing the event

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Layla Moran MP Questions Theresa May on Vagrancy Act

During Prime Minister’s Questions today Lib Dem MP Layla Moran urged Theresa May to scrap a law dating back to the 1820s that is still being used to drag thousands of homeless people before the courts each year for rough sleeping.

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Over a thousand homes across Oxfordshire left empty

Over a thousand homes in the Vale of White Horse, Cherwell and Oxford City are empty, with some stood vacant for ten years or more, research by the Liberal Democrats has revealed. 

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