Self-Driving Lorries

Today, the Transport Secretary will announce that platoons of self-driving lorries will be trialed on England’s motorways to improve vehicle efficiency and reduce emissions.

Street drinking and Antisocial Behaviour

Salisbury City Councillors, Sven Hocking and Jo Brook have recently ran a very successful initiative to reduce the high levels of street drinking and the resultant anti-social behaviour in the City Centre.

Upgrading Victoria Park in Salisbury

Tennis Club Makeover

The Club has just finished a major refurbishment and welcomes everyone, of all ages and standards. You do not have to be a member to take part in their year-round program of activities, and if you wish you can just hire a court.

Salisbury Councillors tackling Litter head-on

Wiltshire Councillor Sven Hocking chairs the newly formed Litter Working Group which has been set up to look at all manner of waste from street litter generally, fly-tipping, black bags left on the street and commercial waste collection.

By-Election in Royal Wootton Bassett called for 24th August

A by-election has been called for Royal Wootton Bassett Town Council's South Ward because the elected Lib Dem did not sign her returns of election expenses.

Heather, former Town Councillor and Deputy Mayor of the town pledges to local residents to:

Unemployment: The Facts

Since 2010 unemployment has fallen by 3.5% and is now at its lowest level since 1975.

Boost to Schools Funding

The Education Secretary, Justine Greening, has announced an extra £1.3 billion boost to core schools funding.

Investing in technical education

Our young people deserve the best possible start in life. That’s why we are investing £65 million in technical education -  £15 million to ensure we have the colleges and teachers needed to deliver the new T-Levels, and £50 million from April 2018 to fund high quality work placements.

Investing in Britain's Infrastructure

This Conservative Government is taking the big decisions on Britain’s transport future. We are investing £6.1 billion in road improvements, which will better link people with their jobs, friends and family.