Professor Bill Winlow, Preston West

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Green energy savings

by professorbillwinlow on 23 May, 2013

According to the Daily Telegraph today, Energy advisers to the Prime Minister have claimed that households could save up to £1,200 each if Britain builds more wind farms and nuclear power stations. The Committee on Climate Change acknowledged that paying for “green” energy may be costly in the short term but it would actually save […]

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Provisional Agreement Reached At Lancashire County Council

by professorbillwinlow on 23 May, 2013

An agreement has been reached by negotiators from the Labour and Liberal Democrat groups on Lancashire County Council under which the Liberal Democrats would support the Labour Party in a minority administration. The agreement will be put to meetings of the Labour and Liberal Democrat groups before tomorrow’s Annual Meeting of Full Council. Full details […]

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Elderly care system at risk

by professorbillwinlow on 9 May, 2013

Social services chiefs have warned that more older people and citizens with disabilities will be denied state-funded care support over the next two years as local authority finances continue to take a battering from funding cuts. The scale and severity of the financial squeeze is laid bare in a survey by the Association of Directors […]

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Collective switching schemes making a difference

by professorbillwinlow on 8 May, 2013

Today’s  Independent examines how more than 100,000 homes have seen their energy costs cut by an average of £100 by signing up to a collective switching scheme run by their local council. Those who have signed-up so far have saved between £60 and £250 and the popularity of the schemes is soaring with the number of […]

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County Councillor Bill Winlow has today called for an all party coalition to run Lancashire following the local elections in which no party  won enough seats to set up an administration. “I have contacted both the Labour and Conservative Party leaders to say that we are willing to enter discussions about the establishment of the […]

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Thank you very much to all the 1115 electors who voted for me on May 2nd. My majority increased from only 38 in 2009 to 184 with the Conservatives in second place, Labour 3rd and UKiP 4th. I’ve been very encouraged by all the messages of good will since the result was announced early on […]

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Vote for Bill Winlow Today – Polls close at 10:00pm

by professorbillwinlow on 2 May, 2013

Don’t forget to vote for Bill Winlow TODAY

by professorbillwinlow on 2 May, 2013

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by professorbillwinlow on 1 May, 2013

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by professorbillwinlow on 1 May, 2013