"Local elections will be taking place across the UK on Thursday 6th of May, with polling stations open from 7 am to 10 pm. Oxford residents (including students and EU nationals) can cast their votes for Oxford City Council, Oxfordshire County Council, and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley. Cherwell has put together a list of 9 reasons why local politics matter."
"I realised that actually, local politics is the most important in terms of being transformative to people's lives: things like housing, the amount of money we pay for council tax, the local services that are provided to us."
"Communities for Zero Carbon Oxford, a collective of local environmental groups in Oxford, have created a twelve question survey for Oxford candidates in the May 6th local elections, covering a range of environmental issues."
"The interesting thing about the current political landscape is that there is so much unharnessed power and potential of local government to transform our communities and start building an alternative society; one which is much more democratic, socially just, and environmentally just."
"On 6 May, local elections will be taking place across the UK. ... The deadline for registration is Sunday 19 April."
"The party aims to provide affordable quality homes, introduce sustainable solutions for transport, rebuild the economy after the pandemic, and tackle the root causes of health inequalities in order to ‘level-up’ health across the city."
Recent local elections show the scale of the problems facing the Tories at the ballot box.