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Daniel Holland Retweeted ·  
Pupils at a Newcastle school will have to continue learning in temporary classrooms after plans for a new building were pushed back to 2025 bit.ly/3EpTI64
 
Latest on the Orca/Newcastle Council situation... Council confirms it won't be clawing back any money awarded to developer which has since been stripped of building contract

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Council won't claw back any cash from controversial developer
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Northumbria Police is trying once again put a stop to plans from the Sayers family to sell alcohol from their Northumberland Street kiosk
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Sayers row with police reignited over plans to sell booze from Newcastle kiosk
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In reply to @danhollandnews
The campaigners accused the council of ‘doing the Tories’ dirty work’. Council leader Nick Kemp said it was ‘fundamentally not true’ that the council did not oppose government cuts and was now listening to residents through a budget consultation process.
Replying to @danhollandnews
Labour cabinet member Paul Frew said that if the council did not set a balanced budget then councillors could be sent to prison and the Conservative government would ‘send their cronies from London’ to make the cuts instead.
 
I’m at @NewcastleCC cabinet meeting tonight, which has just been interrupted by a group of residents from Byker urging the council to oppose government cuts. The cabinet is discussing plans to slash £23m from its budget next year.
Replying to @danhollandnews
The campaigners accused the council of ‘doing the Tories’ dirty work’. Council leader Nick Kemp said it was ‘fundamentally not true’ that the council did not oppose government cuts and was now listening to residents through a budget consultation process.
 
I’m at @NewcastleCC cabinet meeting tonight, which has just been interrupted by a group of residents from Byker urging the council to oppose government cuts. The cabinet is discussing plans to slash £23m from its budget next year.
 
 
 
 
Hunt says devo deal will be for "an area in the NE"... we still don't know whether that will include County Durham or not
Replying to @danhollandnews
Statement from councils in Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland, N and S Tyneside, and Northumberland - still in talks, no decision yet on whether Durham will be let into £3bn+ devo deal.
 
Hunt says devo deal will be for "an area in the NE"... we still don't know whether that will include County Durham or not
New devolution deal for North East "to follow shortly", Mr Hunt says - Lordy, this has been a long time coming!
 
Daniel Holland Retweeted ·  
📣Looking forward to our #festivalofjournalism in assoc with @GoogleNewsInit in Newcastle today. Never mind the ☔️! Join us for FREE at Boiler House, @UniofNewcastle with @CivicJLab from midday for all of this great stuff >>> 🧵
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Festival of Journalism - PA Media
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Should we fear for the future of local news reporting in the north east and the impact on local democracy? Join our discussion tomorrow with @danhollandnews @ChronicleLive Bruce Unwin @TheNorthernEcho and Sarah Carter @bbcnewcastle pamediafestivals.co.uk/newcastle/ @PA_Training
 
Grant applications finally open next week - money available to help people upgrade to cleaner vehicles that won't be hit by tolls (remember, all private cars exempt anyway)

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Replying to @danhollandnews
More to come later today with a full list of who will be exempt
 
Grant applications finally open next week - money available to help people upgrade to cleaner vehicles that won't be hit by tolls (remember, all private cars exempt anyway)

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Some good news for Metro passengers - and if you don't have a Pop card, now really is the time to get one

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Daniel Holland Retweeted ·  
Drivers are set to be hit with a major toll increase
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In reply to @danhollandnews
Bad timing, Danny boy!
Replying to @Graemewhitfield @GreggsOfficial and 2 others
Might have to order James to do a U-turn on the M60
 
Replying to @Graemewhitfield @GreggsOfficial and 2 others
Absolute disgrace that this is happening on the one day I’m not there
 
Daniel Holland Retweeted ·  
Emissions levels were more than double the legal maximum at the busy junction
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Daniel Holland Retweeted ·  
An asylum seeker says he has considered taking his own life because of the "miserable" conditions at the Newcastle hotel where he is housed.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
New children’s heart unit at the RVI has been APPROVED. Described by Kenton councillor Stephen Lambert as a “massive, significant investment not only for the city but for the entire North East region”.
Replying to @danhollandnews
Full report from Friday's decision on the new heart unit at the RVI (also a bit of extra news on plans for the new Richardson Wing) chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-eas…
 
Big day for @NewcastleHosps as new children’s heart unit at the RVI set to be approved this morning. Planning committee to decide its future just starting now.

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Replying to @danhollandnews
New children’s heart unit at the RVI has been APPROVED. Described by Kenton councillor Stephen Lambert as a “massive, significant investment not only for the city but for the entire North East region”.
 
Daniel Holland Retweeted ·  
Plans outlined for Washington @My_Metro extension - but they come with big price tag and and at a time of likely budget cuts chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-eas…
Plan for Washington Metro extension outlined - with big price tag
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Big day for @NewcastleHosps as new children’s heart unit at the RVI set to be approved this morning. Planning committee to decide its future just starting now.

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Major plans for new North East children's heart surgery unit set for approval
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Newcastle to sever ties with sister city in China

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Daniel Holland Retweeted ·  
'The important things are clarity and transparency; all the facts need to be made public so that residents can be reassured..' bit.ly/3DGnZ0e
'Incensed' Lib Dems have question blocked on firm linked to council leader
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Final motion of tonight is from @kags6811, calling for new government funding support for @Tyne_Wear_FRS to deal with inflation pressures. Warns that cuts to services might be coming unless there is help from government.
Replying to @danhollandnews @kags6811 and 1 otherfalse
That is swiftly agreed and we're done for the night.
 
Final motion of tonight is from @kags6811, calling for new government funding support for @Tyne_Wear_FRS to deal with inflation pressures. Warns that cuts to services might be coming unless there is help from government.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
A not-so-subtle dig from Gosforth Lib Dem councillor Phil Hall at 'opportunist, costume-wearing agitators'. Remember this? chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-eas…
Replying to @danhollandnews
This is the motion (put forward by Lib Dems, who accepted Labour amendment) that has just been approved re Gosforth High St
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
.@ShumelRahman condemns pollution levels on Gosforth High Street. He says the street is 'dying' and needs to be revitalised to make it a destination again.
Replying to @danhollandnews
A not-so-subtle dig from Gosforth Lib Dem councillor Phil Hall at 'opportunist, costume-wearing agitators'. Remember this? chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-eas…
Council urged to ditch 'ugly' Gosforth High Street bollards
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In reply to @danhollandnews
Labour cabinet member for transport @JaneLabour welcomes the motion and says she looks forward to working with councillors, businesses, and community to decide the high st's future.
Replying to @danhollandnews
.@ShumelRahman condemns pollution levels on Gosforth High Street. He says the street is 'dying' and needs to be revitalised to make it a destination again.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
.@ChristineM_LD says residents in north of the city have been forgotten and a consultation with them on what happens next to the high st must not amount to the council imposing pre-planned ideas.
Replying to @danhollandnews
Labour cabinet member for transport @JaneLabour welcomes the motion and says she looks forward to working with councillors, businesses, and community to decide the high st's future.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
Council announced in September that it would soon be getting rid of the much-criticised bollards on the high street chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-eas…
Replying to @danhollandnews
.@ChristineM_LD says residents in north of the city have been forgotten and a consultation with them on what happens next to the high st must not amount to the council imposing pre-planned ideas.
 
.@tomwoodwark now introducing a motion on the future of Gosforth High St. Says that redesign plans must cut pollution, support shops, and make street safe for walkers, cyclists, cars, and buses. Says new measures must not be imposed without involvement of locals.
Replying to @danhollandnews
Council announced in September that it would soon be getting rid of the much-criticised bollards on the high street chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-eas…
Gosforth High Street bollards finally set to be permanently removed
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.@tomwoodwark now introducing a motion on the future of Gosforth High St. Says that redesign plans must cut pollution, support shops, and make street safe for walkers, cyclists, cars, and buses. Says new measures must not be imposed without involvement of locals.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
Council hears that at least a million Uyghurs have been forcible detained in so called “re-education” camps in China. Newcastle Uni academic Dr Jo Smith Finley was sanctioned by China last year for her research and activism on the Uyghur Muslims.
Replying to @danhollandnews
That motion has been agreed, Newcastle will terminate its sister city agreement with Taiyuan.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
Members of the Global Detwin with China campaign were outside the civic centre earlier this evening urging councillors to support this motion. They told me that UK cities must "take a moral stand" against China.
Replying to @danhollandnews
Council hears that at least a million Uyghurs have been forcible detained in so called “re-education” camps in China. Newcastle Uni academic Dr Jo Smith Finley was sanctioned by China last year for her research and activism on the Uyghur Muslims.
 
The next motion, from Lib Dem Wendy Taylor, calls on the council to end its twin city relationship with Taiyuan in China, over the treatment of Uyghurs by the Chinese government.
Replying to @danhollandnews
Members of the Global Detwin with China campaign were outside the civic centre earlier this evening urging councillors to support this motion. They told me that UK cities must "take a moral stand" against China.
 
The next motion, from Lib Dem Wendy Taylor, calls on the council to end its twin city relationship with Taiyuan in China, over the treatment of Uyghurs by the Chinese government.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
Deputy council leader @kags6811: "If you are a victim, we will believe you. If you are a perpetrator of abuse, you have no place in this council or in this chamber." She promises training for staff and councillors, and protection for sexual harassment victims and whistleblowers.
Replying to @danhollandnews
That motion has been unanimously approved. Some moving testimony, including from Lib Dem @CllrAllen who said she had been a victim of various forms of sexual harassment since the age of 13.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
Cllr Storey says sexual harassment has a devastating impact on victims and enormous cost to society. "We can't continue to be passive bystanders in all of this because our silence is allowing this to continue".
Replying to @danhollandnews
Deputy council leader @kags6811: "If you are a victim, we will believe you. If you are a perpetrator of abuse, you have no place in this council or in this chamber." She promises training for staff and councillors, and protection for sexual harassment victims and whistleblowers.
 
Labour's Lesley Storey now proposing a motion that will commit council to creating an exemplar policy on tackling sexual harassment for itself and all employers in the city. She says that, as a victim herself, it feels good to be in a position to make a difference tonight.
Replying to @danhollandnews
Cllr Storey says sexual harassment has a devastating impact on victims and enormous cost to society. "We can't continue to be passive bystanders in all of this because our silence is allowing this to continue".
 
Labour's Lesley Storey now proposing a motion that will commit council to creating an exemplar policy on tackling sexual harassment for itself and all employers in the city. She says that, as a victim herself, it feels good to be in a position to make a difference tonight.
 
In reply to @danhollandnews
The Newcastle Independents group have suggested an amendment committing the council to bring outsourced services like gritting back in-house to ensure those workers get a real living wage too. Labour's Paul Frew says he does not disagree with principle but cannot commit tonight.
Councillors speaking up to praise the undervalued work of care workers in particular. Cllr Frew adds in closing that council wants to use its weight to make Newcastle a real living wage city, getting other big organisations and council contractors to make the same wage promise.
 
We're now onto discussing a motion from Labour to make @NewcastleCC an accredited Real Living Wage Council. Council leader Nick Kemp says the authority must 'make sure our own house is in order' having declared a cost of living emergency this year.
The Newcastle Independents group have suggested an amendment committing the council to bring outsourced services like gritting back in-house to ensure those workers get a real living wage too. Labour's Paul Frew says he does not disagree with principle but cannot commit tonight.
 
We're now onto discussing a motion from Labour to make @NewcastleCC an accredited Real Living Wage Council. Council leader Nick Kemp says the authority must 'make sure our own house is in order' having declared a cost of living emergency this year.
 
Update on this story from last week about the idea of moving the Freeman Hospital to the Ministry site. Cabinet member Cllr Alex Hay says this was only his personal view and he would take back the comments he made last week if he could.

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Replying to @danhollandnews
This was in response to @cpferguson87 saying that senior figures at the Freeman were 'as surprised as the rest of us' to hear about the idea last week.
 
 
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