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  • Lib Dems Green Recovery Plan
    Article: Jul 28, 2021
    In Chelmsford Lib Dems website

    Britain must lead the way by acting now to protect our natural environment, clean up our air and cut our carbon emissions.

    We really can't wait for the Govt to get their act together. We need a national climate action plan NOW

    There's less than 100 days until COP26.

    That's a huge climate summit attended by leaders from across the globe, hosted right here in the UK. It's a chance for the UK to show real leadership in tackling the climate crisis - but Boris Johnson won't take it seriously.

  • Matthew Taylor with results from a Cippenham litter pick led by Lib Dem Focus team
    Article: Jul 17, 2021

    "Slough Lib Dems are helping to promote the petition calling for the resignation of Councillor James Swindlehurst, Leader of Slough's Labour-run Council, and for an inquiry into the extremely serious financial mess his mismanagement has got the Council into", said Matthew Taylor, Chair of Slough Lib Dems (see left).

  • Matthew Taylor with results from a Cippenham litter pick led by Lib Dem Focus team
    Article: Jul 12, 2021

    "Many years of mismanagement by Labour Councillors, combined with Tory irresponsibility, have plunged Slough Council into effective bankruptcy. The town needs a new way forward out of this financial fiasco" said Matthew Taylor, Chair of Slough Lib Dems (see left helping to lead a Cippenham litter-pick).

  • Sukh Dhillon at one of the parks in Upton
    Article: Jun 18, 2021

    Slough Council faces a severe crisis.

    In a letter published in the Slough Express on 28 May, Sukh Dhillon, Lib Dem candidate in Upton Ward in the elections in May, explained the severity of the financial crisis facing Slough's Labour-run Council, and how the irresponsible response of the Tory councillors also failed Slough residents:

  • Sarah Green, Lib Dem MP for Chesham and Amersham
    Article: Jun 18, 2021

    Following her sensational by-election victory over the Tories, Sarah Green (see left), the new Lib Dem MP for Chesham and Amersham, said in her acceptance speech, that the Lib Dems:

    "Will continue the work of holding this [Tory] Government to account for letting Covid rip through the care homes. We will speak up for the three million people excluded from financial support throughout the pandemic and we will challenge Boris Johnson to be far more ambitious in tackling climate change, supporting our frontline workers and backing our small businesses."

  • Ed Davey, MP, Leader of the Lib Dems and long-time carer
    Article: Jun 11, 2021
    By Ed Davey - Leader of the Liberal Democrats

    People looking after their loved ones too often feel forgotten. Lib Dem leader, Ed Davey said:

    Yesterday, I spent some time meeting with a wonderful group of unpaid carers.

    We had been brought together by Carers UK and a number of other carers' organisations as part of Carers Week, so they could share their experiences directly with me and we could discuss what changes might make their lives better.

  • Layla Moran: Lib Dem MP for Oxford West and Abingdon
    Article: May 21, 2021
    By Layla Moran

    Sixty six children have died since the outbreak of violence last week.

    We cannot afford yet another return to a status quo which will only lead to more innocent deaths in the future.

    Every death was completely preventable.

    And while a ceasefire is welcome, we cannot return to a status quo.

    We need to take meaningful action now to prevent innocent deaths in the future, says Layla Moran, Lib Dem MP.

  • Ed Davey MP, Lib Dem Leader
    Article: May 11, 2021
    By Liberal Democrats

    We must rebuild as a fairer, greener and more caring country in the aftermath of Covid.

    Boris Johnson has utterly failed to deliver an ambitious programme, said Ed Davey MP, Lib Dem leader.

    So it is crushingly disappointing that the Government's plans will fail on so many grounds - still failing small businesses and the self-employed, still not rising properly to the climate challenge and still ignoring millions of people caring for loved ones at home.

  • 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