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  • Liberal Bird
    Article: May 16, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats are fighting these elections as the largest pro-European Party, campaigning hard for a People's Vote with an option to remain in the EU. We are working hard to give a voice to the millions of people who demand better than Brexit Britain.

    We are fighting these elections on a clear message: a Liberal Democrat vote is a vote to stop Brexit.

  • Councillor gains in 2019
    Article: May 5, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats performed well in the recent council elections across Kent with 228 gains.

    The Lib Dems are the main party of opposition in Kent standing up for the people of Kent against the Tory party's austerity and removal of our public services.

  • Fight climate change with solar panels
    Article: Apr 23, 2019
    By Sir Ed Davey

    Our reliance on fossil fuels puts our children in danger and gives power to despots across the globe. Ed Davey outlines an emergency plan to beat the climate crisis.

    Whether it's young people taking time off school or the Commons' naked protestors: they are right. We face a climate crisis.

    Liberal Democrats should provide the emergency plan. In 3 parts.

  • CatherineBearder
    Article: Apr 17, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats have today announced their list of MEP candidates in the South East constituency for the European elections on the 23rd May.

    The diverse list of candidates includes a current MEP, Councillors and other hard working community activists.

    The Liberal Democrats will fight the elections as an unapologetically pro-European Party campaigning hard to stop Brexit and restore Britain's tarnished reputation in Europe.

  • Lorries on Brock
    Article: Apr 11, 2019

    Operation Brock, the contraflow on the M20 between junctions 8 & 9, has been in place for just over 2 ½ weeks. The scheme was put in place by Highways England in anticipation of a disorderly, no-deal Brexit at the end of March. With Brexit having been delayed till the end of October, Brock is not needed and should be dismantled ahead of the Easter break.

  • Jeremy Kitt, Liberal Democrat Candidate for Thanet Villages
    Article: Mar 12, 2019
    By Jeremy Kitt, Liberal Democrat Candidate for Thanet Villages

    Incidents of people driving down quiet country lanes at the dead of night dumping all manner of commercial and household waste are on the increase. As a candidate for the Thanet Villages Ward I am particularly concerned that we find a better way to protect the green heart of our community.

    In the last year alone there were nearly 20,000 recorded incidents of fly-tipping in Kent. In 2017, Thanet District Council spent £109,550 cleaning up after fly tippers, that's money that should have been spent on local services.

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