Douglas Johnson

Streets Ahead PFI contract statements

16th March 2018

Cllr Douglas Johnson has written to Cllr Bryan Lodge, the Cabinet Member, about the Streets Ahead contract. The letter and…

Shock at severe pruning of Fitzalan Square trees

5th March 2018

There are few enough trees in the city centre as it is. It says something about the council that they have ignored nearly 3000 people who signed the petition about this.

Sheffield Townhall

Cut political spin from Sheffield Town Hall

22nd February 2018

The dictatorial council increasingly use spin doctors to try and cover up their failings

Peter Garbutt

Lack of accountability in Streets Ahead contract

6th January 2018

Both Labour and the Lib Dems knew about the lack of accountability written into the deal that has led us to the council’s current unacceptable actions on our streets.

Sheffield Townhall

Sheffield’s dysfunctional Labour run council has been exposed

5th January 2018

2017 saw the inner workings of a dysfunctional Labour run council exposed, linked to an unwillingness to come clean on their failings.

Douglas Johnson

End of term report

8th December 2017

The last Full Council meeting before Christmas had an end-of-term air about it.

Green Councillors Alison Teal, Douglas Johnson, Rob Murphy and Magid

Green action at December’s full Council

6th December 2017

Sheffield’s four Green Councillors have submitted a set of amendments to the meeting of the full council on Wednesday 6th December 2017.

Alison Teal

Greens call for enquiry into attempt to jail councillor

5th December 2017

Sheffield Greens will submit a motion calling for an investigation into why the Labour administration tried unsuccessfully to have Cllr Teal sent to prison

Tree campaigners

Sheffield Greens express deep concern at use of violence against protestors

28th November 2017

Cllr Alison Teal responds to concerning and troubling developments regarding the use of violence and defamation against tree campaigners

Sheffield Townhall

November’s Council Report

22nd November 2017

November’s council meeting was a quiet one for Alison Teal. Maybe it was just good to know she wasn’t in prison and didn’t get thrown out of the meeting.