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Buckshaw petition: Call to stop HGV's using residential roads

Chorley's Parliamentary candidate Rob Loughenbury is championing a call for HGV restrictions to direct their drivers away from Buckshaw Village's residential roads.  In-cab navigation equipment may not have caught up with new roads.

Living standards boost for working people

Consumer price inflation at a record low as earnings rise means good news for Chorley's hardworking households. The state pension is also set to increase this April by 2.5% in April thanks to the government triple lock based on either prices, earnings or 2.5% in September whichever is the higher.

Superfast Broadband arrives in Brinscall

Rob Loughenbury met with top Government Minister Ed Vaizey when he visited Brinscall to officially launch Superfast Broadband to the local community.  The minister also met with local school children from Brinscall St John's Church of England and Methodist Primary school.

Call to retract content of Labour's misleading Christmas Card

Chorley Conservatives are complaining that the content of a Labour Christmas Card being delivered across parts of Euxton has left residents with the impression that their County Councillor is a Labour councillor instead of the elected Conservative County Councillor Keith Iddon.

Labour jobs claim across Borough questioned

Last week the Labour Leader on Chorley council claimed credit for his Labour Group for the the fall in the number of job seeker allowance claimants. In his letter to the editor local Conservative chairman Peter Malpas questions his claims.