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  • John Howson, Lib Dem Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner candidate, Slough station 23rd April.
    Article: May 5, 2021

    "As a victim of knife crime myself, I fully agree with Slough Lib Dems Sukh Dhillon and Jo Hanney that we need to adopt innovative approaches to tackle crime more effectively." This was the message from John Howson, Lib Dem Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner candidate, when he visited Slough on 23rd April.

  • Sukh Dhillon at Upton Hospital_Jan 2020
    Article: May 3, 2021

    Sukh Dhillon says, "On the important issues of foodbanks, I'm pleased to be one of the Slough Lib Dem candidates who have pledged our support to the work aimed at ending the need for #foodbanks in our community.

    If elected on 6 May, we shall be in a stronger position to do this. We believe that together we can build a #HungerFreeFuture @TrussellTrust

  • Daisy Cooper, MP for St Albans, Deputy Leader of the Lib Dems
    Article: Apr 29, 2021

    Yesterday the Fire Safety Bill passed through Parliament without vital protection for leaseholders and tenants against exorbitant bills for fire remediation works.

    The Tory government's failure to address the fire safety scandal properly is now a scandal in itself.

    The devastating consequences of this Bill passing cannot be overstated, says Lib Dem Deputy Leader, Daisy Cooper.

  • Ed Davey, MP, Leader of the Lib Dems and long-time carer
    Article: Apr 19, 2021

    Being a carer can be rewarding and full of love.

    But it's far from glamorous. It can be relentless and exhausting.

    900,000 full-time unpaid carers rely on Carer's Allowance - but at just £67.25 a week, it's not nearly enough.

    More than a third of those on Carer's Allowance are struggling to make ends meet.

  • Sukh Dhillon & Jo Hanney-no to knives campaign_pre-pandemic photo
    Article: Apr 16, 2021

    Everyone has the right to feel safe where they live, and everyone who has been the victim of a crime deserves justice.

    But for too long, this Conservative Government has been ignoring victims, failing the police and letting our communities down.

    And that's why, last year, 1.8 million cases were closed without a suspect even being identified.

  • Shirley Willaims-RIP
    Article: Apr 12, 2021

    Shirley Williams, Baroness Williams of Crosby, died peacefully in the early hours of Monday April 12th. Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey said:

    This is heartbreaking for me and for our whole Liberal Democrat family.

    Shirley has been an inspiration to millions, a Liberal lion and a true trailblazer. I feel privileged to have known her, listened to her and worked with her. Like so many others, I will miss her terribly.

  • Matthew Taylor with results from a Cippenham litter pick led by Lib Dem Focus team
    Article: Apr 6, 2021

    Today the Liberal Democrats have launched our campaign for the local elections in England on 6 May.

    Vote Liberal Democrat on 6 May and you'll get a local champion who will get things done in your community. You'll get a cleaner, greener neighbourhood where recovery comes first and local people are listened to. (See left for photo of Matthew Taylor from Cippenham Meadows Lib Dem Focus team with some of the results of a Cippenham litter pick led by the Lib Dem Focus team prior to the pandemic)

  • Sukh Dhillon at Upton Hospital_Jan 2020
    Article: Mar 25, 2021

    The Conservative Government's offer of a 1% pay rise is an insult to the hard working NHS staff who have worked tirelessly to keep us and our loved ones safe.

    The Liberal Democrats have passed a motion at their Spring Conference demanding a fair pay rise for NHS workers. Upton Lib Dem campaigner, Sukh Dhillon (see left) said Slough Lib Dems fully support the campaign for a fair pay rise for NHS staff.

  • Sukh Dhillon at Upton Hospital_Jan 2020
    Article: Mar 24, 2021

    The Conservative Government's offer of a 1% pay rise is an insult to the hard working NHS staff who have worked tirelessly to keep us and our loved ones safe.

    The Liberal Democrats have passed a motion at their Spring Conference demanding a fair pay rise for NHS workers. Upton Lib Dem campaigner, Sukh Dhillon (see left) said Slough Lib Dems fully support the campaign for a fair pay rise for NHS staff.

  • Layla Moran: Lib Dem MP for Oxford West and Abingdon
    Article: Mar 23, 2021

    4.5 million fewer children with adequate education, 5.6 million fewer children a year immunised, 100,000 more preventable deaths. This cannot be the legacy of the UK's development policy.

    The Conservative Government has reneged on its manifesto pledge and cut spending on international aid from 0.7% to 0.5% of Gross National Income (GNI). That may sound like a small change, but the difference is billions of pounds in funding withheld from the countries that need it most, and thousands of lives are already being impacted.