Covid-19: Cornwall Council aim to support emotional wellbeing of students, staff and parents

Cornwall Council are aiming to support the emotional health and wellbeing of all students, staff and parents during the Covid-19 crisis. 

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Cornwall Council launch dedicated email address for Covid-19 virus queries

Cornwall Council has launched a dedicated email address for residents who have queries regarding how council services may be affected by the Covid-19 virus or who are seeking more general advice on the virus itself. 

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Call for hardship fund to assist fishermen

A motion calling on government to take specific measures to protect smallboat fishermen from the economic effects of Covid-19 Virus will be presented to the next full council

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Local by-elections cancelled to keep the public safe

All local polls including parish and town by-elections and local neighbourhood plan referenda scheduled to take place before May 7th have been suspended until further notice, including those already underway, such as the Cornwall Council by-election in the St Mewan Division.

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Cornwall Council leading the way on helping rough sleepers

Liberal Democrats on Cornwall Council have slammed the Conservatives for failing the most vulnerable, as analysis of new rough sleeping statistics shows that the Government is significantly off track on its target of eliminating rough sleeping by 2024.

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Lib Dem housing strategy helping to tackle deprivation in Cornwall

Cornwall’s deprivation ranking has improved since 2015 according to new figures. Recently published Indices of Multiple Deprivation – measures that include income, employment, education, living environment, housing and health – show that Cornwall is now ranked 83rd out of 317 local authority areas for deprivation, down from 68th out of 326 local authority areas in 2015.

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Tory Government's immigration proposals will damage Cornish economy

The Tory Government has today announced that there will be no visas for unskilled workers to work in the UK and that skilled workers will have to earn over £20,000 to apply for a work permit.

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New Climate Change Resources for Cornwall Launched at Penzance Library

Penzance library has become one of the first in the country to benefit from a new range of books and resources on climate change that are to be rolled out across Cornwall.

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Cornwall is becoming greener, cleaner, safer and a better place to live according to local residents

Cornwall Council’s commitment to tackling climate change and making Cornwall a better place to live is starting to pay off for the Lib Dem led authority according to the Council’s s latest resident survey.

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Government will be held to account over Brexit

The Liberal Democrat Group on Cornwall Council have marked Brexit Day by calling on the Government to deliver on their promises that Cornwall will be fairly funded after Brexit and that Cornish businesses and services won’t suffer.

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