Labour’s Bristol Budget 2011 amendments

21 02 2011
Bristol Labour have a strong set of amendments for the Bristol Budget tomorrow.
 
There’s a lot of spin and misleading statements coming from the Lib Dems so we decided to use Audioboo to speak honestly, openly and directly with Bristolians.
 
We hope to comment on the amendments as they get voted on. We’d be interested in you joining in that conversation
 
We’d like to encourage those Bristolians not normally involved in political parties to let us know what they think. We’d encourage people on Twitter to use #BristolBudget2011 to let us know what they think
 

Feel free to comment. Comments will be published tomorrow afternoons as I’m away at work in the morning!
AudioBoos:
 
Darren Lewis Candidate Bishopsworth Intro to the recordings http://bit.ly/gnnUii
 
Labour leader Helen Holland on the principles and intent of the amendments http://bit.ly/ex8D1O
 
Mark Brain with Labour’s take on #BristolBudget2011 and our planned amendments http://bit.ly/frYFZn
 
Deputy Leader Mark Bradshaw being upfront about our difficult choice. Putting Bristol Council Taxpayers first with the reduction of the subsidy for park and ride return fares http://bit.ly/elH2dB
 
Sean Beynon on the Scholarship scheme for gifted young Bristolians from hardworking families http://bit.ly/eKjgKZ
 
Ashley Candidate Thangam Debbonaire on Cllr Jon Rogers Meals Christmas Wheels Charges increase http://bit.ly/fMP5WP
 
Derek Pickup on Labour’s funding for Young Carer’s amendment http://bit.ly/fiKGrq
 
Doug Naysmith on reducing the cost of care for the elderly http://bit.ly/fjNPUW
 
Thangam Debbonaire on saving the Bobby van and protecting victims of crime http://bit.ly/g6Q93w
 
Conclusion of tonight’s recordings and a promise of more to come!
http://bit.ly/eRTzcn
 
There’s a way on embeding the AudioBoos into the blog… I’m still learning and so will do this tomorrow hopefully
 

Hope this has helped clarify some of our amendments. Please follow the links to share the stories on twitter and facebook.

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2 responses

22 02 2011
Philip Bird

So, where can I read the detail of your proposed amendments?

22 02 2011
turningbristolred

Thanks for droppin by Philip

I’m sorry I’m just running out the door to work. The budget proposals and amendments should be published here

http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/navigation/council-and-democracy/

Sorry I can’t be more helpful at this hour.

D

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