Sutton Council & schools distribute 1,500 laptops to local children

Sutton Council & schools distribute 1,500 laptops to local children

Figures reveal Sutton Council and schools have distributed 1,500 laptops to local children from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Over HALF A MILLION invested across Sutton: 24 different projects receive go-ahead

Over HALF A MILLION invested across Sutton: 24 different projects receive go-ahead

Every year, Lib Dem Sutton Council asks residents what they would like us to invest in through our annual Neighbourhood Fund.

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“WHERE WERE THEY?” - Sutton Tory MPs skip crucial votes on Council tax, cladding & Universal Credit

“WHERE WERE THEY?” - Sutton Tory MPs skip crucial votes on Council tax, cladding & Universal Credit

Conservative MPs Paul Scully and Elliot Colburn have been slammed for missing THREE crucial votes in the House of Commons on the cut to Universal Credit, the government's Council Tax increase and the cladding scandal.

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REVEALED: 4,000 Sutton residents risk relying on foodbanks if Tories cut Universal Credit

REVEALED: 4,000 Sutton residents risk relying on foodbanks if Tories cut Universal Credit

Up to 4,000 Sutton residents could end up being driven to foodbanks if Tory ministers proceed with cutting Universal Credit by £20 per week.

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497 residents receive £500 self-isolation payments from Sutton Council

497 residents receive £500 self-isolation payments from Sutton Council

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Sutton Council has so far ensured 497 low-income residents across the borough have received £500 self-isolation payments.

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New consultation on road schemes this spring

New consultation on road schemes this spring

Sutton Liberal Democrats will launch a public consultation on low traffic neighbourhood and school street schemes later this spring.

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