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The Liberal Democrats are campaigning for a Britain which is Open, Tolerant and United - enabling every person to get on in life.


The Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society, in which we seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity.


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  • Mince Pies
    Event: Dec 6, 2017 7:00 PM
    8 Whitworth Close, Broxtowe, Nottingham NG8 6JS

    Nottingham City Liberal Democrats
    Festive Social
    Wednesday 6th December from 7:00pm

    Come along to our mince pie social

    A chance to review the year before and current events with fellow Liberal Democrats all in a warm festive environment

    Perhaps you fancy your hand at baking?

  • Christina Morgan-Danvers
    Article: Nov 8, 2017

    Nottingham Lib Dems call for "Meat Free Monday" in city schools and council buildings

    Nottingham's Liberal Democrats have backed Meat Free Monday to help tackle climate change and promote access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food.

    The motion, passed at this week's Nottingham Lib Dem City Conference, calls for all city schools and city council-run canteens to have a meat-free day.

  • Your design could be here!
    Article: Nov 4, 2017

    Your design here?

    We're asking you to make your mark on our party - by designing our next t-shirt!

    Whatever the design, whatever the inspiration, we want your ideas!

    Our designer will take the three best ideas and help you bring them to life - and you'll then get to vote on which one is your favourite.

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  • Callum, Christina, Rebecca
    Article: Oct 4, 2017

    Nottingham Lib Dems announce new generation of candidates to stand in by-elections

    Nottingham Lib Dems have announced a set of candidates who represent a new generation in the local party - all are under 35 and two have never been candidates before.

    Change Nottingham's future, for everyone.

    Rebecca Procter is 18 and joined the Liberal Democrats this year, having left the Labour Party in 2015. Rebecca is standing in Basford Ward. "I feel that the Labour Party has taken people for granted in recent years. Their large majority doesn't help the people in the wards they serve. Basford deserves a voice that isn't afraid to be critical when it needs to be. I'm not afraid of being that voice. I want to be a voice for people no matter their personal needs or circumstances; I'm a student with learning difficulties so I'm well aware that sometimes systems aren't designed with everyone in mind. I will speak up for anyone who feels the council doesn't work for them."

  • Article: Oct 2, 2017

    AUTUMN REGIONAL CONFERENCE & AGM 2017
    Saturday 21st October 2017 - 9:15-4:30pm
    Southwell Minster School, Nottinghamshire

    VENUE:

    We have an excellent venue which meets requirements we have adopted based on attendee feedback. This includes all sessions in closed rooms to improve acoustics and a larger footprint to allow for an improved exhibition space and break out area.

  • Article: Jul 11, 2017

    UK government arms sales to Saudi Arabia are lawful, the High Court has ruled, after seeing secret evidence. Commenting on the news, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said:

    "The government might be acting lawfully but in the court of public opinion they are guilty of selling weapons that are being used against civilians in a brutal and bloody civil war.

  • Article: Jul 11, 2017

    Theresa May will this week mark her anniversary of becoming Prime Minister by making a speech which seems to suggest that she needs the help of Jeremy Corbyn and Labour to deliver Brexit. Commenting on the speech, Liberal Democrat Shadow Brexit secretary Tom Brake said:

    "A call for Labour to contribute is superfluous. On the single biggest issue of our generation, Brexit, Corbyn isn't contributing, he is cheerleading. He has already swallowed the PMs line hook, line and sinker. But at least Theresa May knows where to find Jeremy Corbyn, it's in the same voting lobby as her, helping her, like he has before, to deliver this divisive, hard Brexit.

    "The PM is promising to take big decisions in the long-term interests of Britain. Her first such decision must be to negotiate to keep the UK in the Single Market and the Customs Union. This is in the long term interests of British prosperity, jobs and families.

  • Article: Jul 11, 2017

    Research from Churchill Car Insurance has revealed that drivers across the UK are wasting nearly £2.2bn every year because they don't have the right change to pay for parking,

    According to the study, the average amount overpaid is £2.68 per week, working out as £139.36 every year per driver.

    Commenting, Liberal Democrat Transport spokesperson Baroness Randerson said:

  • Article: Jul 10, 2017

    Department for International Trade (DIT) figures on Foreign Direct Investment show that the number of new jobs created by foreign investment fell by 9% last year, with the number of company expansions also falling. Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has blasted Liam Fox's department as a 'disaster'.

  • Article: Jul 10, 2017

    Government plans to axe free school lunches have been dropped in another humiliating u-turn. Commenting on the news, Liberal Democrat Shadow Education Secretary Layla Moran said:


    "Theresa May was worried that she would go down in history as the lunch snatcher. Dropping these plans is just another humiliating climb down, in what seems to becoming a long list for the Prime Minister.

  • Article: Jul 10, 2017

    One in four social care services are failing on safety, the care regulator has said. Analysis by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) shows that 23% of care homes, nursing homes and services providing care in people's homes require improvement on safety while a further 2% are inadequate.

    Commenting on the news, Shadow Health Secretary Norman Lamb said:

  • Article: Jul 10, 2017

    A National Audit Office investigation into NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) for patients with significant ongoing healthcare needs has found the number of people receiving CHC funding is rising, and is a significant cost pressure on CCGs' spending.

    NHS England wants CCGs to make £855 million of savings on CHC and NHS-funded nursing care by 2020-21.

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