Aude's letters to Tesco

Aude Boubaker-Calder has wriitten to both the Duloch Tesco manager and the CEO of Tesco to ask them to reconsider allowing a McDonalds to be built in their car park. Aude's letters can be read here. As a reminder the petition can be signed at DunfermlineLibDem.org.uk/McDonalds

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Hundreds signing petition against Duloch McDonalds

After the Central and West Area Planning Committee voted to allow planning permission for a McDonalds to be built in the car park of the Duloch Tesco, Liberal Democrat Scottish Parliament Candidate for Dunfermline Aude Boubaker-Calder launched a petition to ask Tesco to reconsider this. 339 local residents have now signed this petition as of the time of writing.

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Willie Rennie: Stop the outrageous cash grab from poorest pupils

Speaking after acquiring a letter from Fife Council to schools notifying them that the council intends to seize 17% of the special funding meant to help the poorest pupils, the leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats Willie Rennie said: 

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Scottish Parliament Candidate Selected

The Dunfermline Liberal Democrats have selected Aude Boubaker-Calder as their candidate for the Scottish Parliamentary Election next year. The seat was held by the Scottish Liberal Democrats until 2011. Aude previously came second in the Dunfermline Central Council by-election last year, coming only 2 votes behind the SNP winner.

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James campaigns to end Sunday parking charges

In response to recent calls to remove Sunday parking charges at the city centre car parks in Dunfermline, Liberal Democrat Councillor for Dunfermline South James Calder is putting forward a motion to the next Dunfermline Area Committee on 5th February to look into the possibility of scrapping the charges.
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