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Daniel Yates

Cllr Daniel Yates, leader of the labour group on Brighton and Hove City Council

Labour looks after the many not just the few

Our city region of Greater Brighton brings together the city council area with Worthing, Adur, Mid-Sussex, Crawley and Lewes (with Arun District poised to join soon) to focus on the economic needs which bind us together.

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Cllr Daniel Yates

Making tough decisions & helping the vulnerable

As a Labour minority administration we are heading into the busiest part of our year. With final budget setting meetings just weeks away, we have to hope that our proposals, after months of work, can meet with the approval of a majority on the council.

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Cllr Daniel Yates, leader of the Labour Group on Brighton & Hove City Council

Changes always needed to meet new demands

As a city of nearly 300,000 residents and 11 million annual visitors we may not be the largest, but we certainly have some difficult challenges to ensure that everyone who lives, learns or works here can be proud of their time spent here.

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Cllr Daniel Yates

Chancellor’s response was unconvincing

Last week I and many thousands of councillors across the country called for the Prime Minster to tell the Chancellor to take action to reverse the impact of Tory austerity on locally delivered public services.

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Cllr Daniel Yates

Your chance to become a councillor in our city

Judging from my inbox, responses at community meetings, online message boards, Facebook, Twitter and the myriad of other forms of communication, there are a lot of people who have strong views about how councillors (including the Leader of the Council) could do things better.

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Cllr Daniel Yates

Many people take credit for city’s major projects

There are a lot of cranes about these days. I think most people moving around the city – and certainly those communities most affected – would recognise that there is progress being made to deliver the housing, work, learning and public spaces that this city so desperately needs.

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