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  • Cippenham Lib Dem Litter-Pick_Nov 18 (2): Jo Hanney; Matthew Taylor (and son); Robert Plimmer
    Article: Jan 5, 2019

    Slough Lib Dems wish you a very Happy New Year, and report back on key action in Cippenham and Slough during 2018.

    Throughout 2018 Slough Lib Dems were busy campaigning on local issues in Cippenham and Slough, and active as part of the national campaign for a People's Vote on the Brexit Deal, with an option to remain in the EU.

  • Paddy
    Article: Dec 22, 2018

    Earlier this evening, Paddy Ashdown, former leader of the Liberal Democrats passed away following a short illness.

    Our thoughts are with Jane and Paddy's family this evening.

    This is a hugely sad day for the Liberal Democrats and for the very many people across political and public life who had immense affection and respect for Paddy.

  • Matthew Taylor highlighting Lib Dem campaign to save the NHS
    Article: Dec 21, 2018

    Throughout 2018 Lib Dems campaigned for a People's Vote on Brexit so we could have a proper debate about the dangers Brexit poses to our NHS. Matthew Taylor explains there are at least 3 main threats:

    1. Nurses, doctors, other hospital & social care staff from the EU are already beginning to leave the UK.
    2. In any trade deal, President Trump will demand US companies should be able to run parts of our NHS.
    3. Any economic damage caused by Brexit will mean there will be less money available for the NHS.

  • Slough Lib Dems with the People's Vote Brexitometer
    Article: Dec 8, 2018

    Slough Lib Dems are carrying on campaigning for a People's Vote. Slough Lib Dems joined in the display of 600 Brexitometers outside Parliament on 5 Dec. Across the country campaigners have been giving residents' in their towns the chance to say how they think Breixt is going, and whether the People should have a say on the final deal. Bringing them all together was a powerful message to MPs that the People want a vote on the final Brexit deal, with an option to remain in the EU.

  • Cippenham Lib Dem Litter-Pick_Nov 18: Jo Hanney; Matthew Taylor (and son); Robert Plimmer
    Article: Nov 24, 2018

    A discarded car battery was just one of the items of litter and fly-tipping removed when Lib Dems Robert Plimmer and Matthew Taylor led a community litter pick in Cippenham Meadows on Saturday 10 Nov.

    The team picked up any litter they saw as they moved from the Community Centre on Earls Lane to the footpath between Moor Furlong, Nicholas Gardens and Hunters Way. Having concentrated on this area for a while, the team then moved on to the footpath around Western House Academy between Eltham Avenue and Richards Way.

  • Brexitomter in Langley shows strong support for a People's Vote
    Article: Oct 27, 2018

    Langley shoppers gave strong support to a People's Vote on the Brexit deal when asked their opinion by local Lib Dems on the morning of Sat 27 Oct. In the afternoon the team will move on from the Harrow Market to test opinions of shoppers on Farnham Rd.

    The Lib Dem team used a Brexitomter to give residents the chance to vote on 4 questions. Overwhelmingly people thought Brexit was not going well, and that there should be a People's Vote on the Deal. Most people also thought Brexit would be bad for the NHS and for the economy.

  • Some of the Lib Dems on People's Vote march Oct 2018
    Article: Oct 24, 2018

    Slough Lib Dems joined about 700,000 other people in marching through London on Sat 20 Oct calling for the people to be allowed a vote on whether to accept the final Brexit deal, or reject it and remain in the EU.

    The march was noisy and good-humoured, but also determined that the Brexit process that was started by a vote of the people should be concluded one way or the other by the many UK citizens having a vote on the final deal, and not left to the few politicians in Parliament to decide. On Sat 27 Oct Slough Lib Dems will be taking the campaign to the Harrow Market, in Langley from 11.00-12.30, and Farnham Road from 1.30-3.00. Email for more details, or come along and join in. We shall be asking residents how well they think Brexit is going, and whether they think there should be a People's Vote on the deal.

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    Article: Oct 20, 2018

    In July 2016, in the aftermath of the referendum, the Liberal Democrats were a lone voice calling for a final say on whatever deal was done on Brexit.

    Today, an estimated 700,000 people marched on the streets of London, calling for a people's vote on Brexit.

    That makes it the biggest protest since the Iraq War.

  • Slough Lib Dems Autumn 2018 campaigns
    Article: Oct 14, 2018

    Slough Lib Dems invite residents to join in their Autumn campaigns & events. For further details email: info@sloughlibdems.org.uk twitter: @SloughLibDems

    1. Sat 27th Oct: 11.00-3.00 campaigning in slected Slough shopping areas for a Peoples Vote on the final Brexit Deal with an option to Remain in the EU. Also asking residents to show their views about Brexit on the Slough Brexitometer. Residents are invited to come along and help for some or all of the time, or just chat.

  • Slough Lib Dems campaign for the People's Vote on Brexit ()
    Article: Sep 3, 2018

    Slough Lib Dems are campaigning for the people to make the final decision on Brexit, and not the politicians. A recent article in the Slough Express on 17 Aug showed Slough was one of the constiuencies that seems to have changed its mind about Brexit and would now vote to remain in the EU.

    Many people are worried about the damage that Brexit might do to the NHS and the economy. The British Medical Association recently stated that any version of Brexit would be bad for the health of the nation.

Exit from Brexit, with the Lib Dems and Vince Cable!

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