Conservative Reaction to Torbay “Takeover” Claims And Lib Dem Call For Council Mergers
Kevin Foster, Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for Torbay, has today (Friday 27th September 2013) welcomed news that the Government has approved £1,050,000 of Pinch Point Funding for the bay as part of an £80m investment package nationally.
Kevin Foster, Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for Torbay, has today welcomed news that the Government will extend the Coastal Communities Fund into 2014-15, but warned work to improve the bay’s economy could be undone by a Tourist Tax planned by Labour.
The Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for Torbay, Kevin Foster, has given his reaction to the vote by members of Devon and Somerset Fire Authority to downgrade Fire Cover at Torquay Fire Station.
Questions to be answered about how proposed cut to the bay’s fire cover would have affected response to Paignton Fire ahead of crucial Fire Authority vote.
The Secretary of State For Education, Michael Gove MP, today (Friday 28th June 2013) visited Ellacombe Academy in Torquay to see for himself the improvements made by a local school since its conversion to academy status.
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Kevin Foster, Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for Torbay, has renewed his calls for Devon & Somerset Fire Authority to withdraw a proposal to cut fire cover in Torquay after a stormy consultation meeting at the Riviera Centre on Tuesday 9th April 2013.
Leading Conservative Calls On Fire Authority To Withdraw Dangerous Proposal To Cut Fire Cover At Torquay Fire Station.
Kevin Foster, Conservative Parliamentary Spokesman for Torbay, has today (Wednesday, 27th March 2013) written to the Chair of Devon & Somerset Fire Authority calling on the authority to withdraw a proposal to reduce fire cover in Torquay.
Earlier this year the Authority unveiled 11 proposals with one, known as Proposal 10, being to change the crewing arrangements of the second fire appliance at Torquay from whole time to “on call”. This proposal would see the number of firefighters available at the station for immediate deployment reduced from 9 to 5.