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Open, Tolerant and United.

  • Antony Hook
    Article: Jun 21, 2017

    Kent County Council's Growth, Economic Development and Communities Committee were warned today that Kent business currently gets £45 million per year in EU farming support.

    But the government has not firmly committed to replacing this funding after 2022, likely to lead to job losses and businesses closing.

  • Annual BBQ 2016
    Event: Jul 15, 2017 12:00 PM
    2 The Ramparts, Knightrider Street, Sandwich

    Dick Perry and the East Kent Coast Liberal Democrats invite you to a BBQ on Saturday 15 July at 2 The Ramparts, Knightrider Street, Sandwich from 12 noon onwards.

    • meal £10
    • Pimm's bar
    • Live String-quartet Music.

    RSVP to martyn.pennington@eastkentcoastlibdems.org.uk

  • LibDem Pint
    Event: Jun 28, 2017 7:00 PM
    Dover Marina Hotel, Dover

    Come along to our "Lib Dem Pint" social event - next is 28th June at 7 PM in the Dover Marina Hotel (Best Western) on Dover Seafront.

    It doesn't matter if you're a Lib Dem member, a member of another party or if you've never really been interested in politics before - you have a voice in a warm, open and tolerant vision for Britain and you are very welcome.

  • Martyn Pennington 2017
    Article: Jun 11, 2017
    By Martyn Pennington

    When we saw the exit poll results at the Winter Gardens on Thursday evening, our first thought was "it could have been a lot worse!".

    From a purely Lib Dem point of view, we gained a significant increase in the number of MPs, which was a key objective, and the results have shown how close we came to winning several more (we lost Fife North-East by just two votes, and Richmond Park by 45 votes).

  • Tim Farron 2017
    Article: Jun 9, 2017
    By Tim Farron

    Speaking at the National Liberal Club on the day after the general election, Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron said:

    This was the hardest of elections, marred by the tragedy of those vile terrorist attacks in Manchester and in London.

    And now the future of our country is less certain than it was when Theresa May called this election a month and a half ago.

  • Air pollution
    Article: Jun 6, 2017

    Why is this not part of the General Election debate, ask the Liberal Democrats.

    Donald Trump's shocking decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change is a timely reminder of the devastating effects on us all of man-made global warming, from air, river and sea pollution to increased periods of flooding and dramatic reduction in biodiversity. PM May's shameful refusal to sign a letter to Trump condemning this action is a chilling reminder of the UK's need to stay on the right side of Uncle Sam - whoever's in charge - in the wake of severance from our European allies.

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Next: 28th June 2017