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Open, Tolerant and United.

  • Rob at CH
    Article: Dec 6, 2018
    • Food supplies disrupted as safety testing becomes impossible
    • Schools, social care, transport and business will face severe disruption
    • County Council forced to spend over £20 million on reinforcing Kent's roads and hundreds of thousands of pounds to employ more staff to cope with chaos

    The true impact of a catastrophic no deal Brexit has been laid bare in a report published on Wednesday detailing Kent County Council's emergency plans.

  • LibDem Pint
    Event: Dec 28, 2018 6:30 PM
    Royal Hotel, Deal

    Come along to our "Lib Dem Pint" social event

    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.

    Catch up with friends, meet new friends and discuss a range of topics.

  • Document: Nov 22, 2018
    33.27 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    This is the form used to nominate a person for the 2018 Thanet Branch Committee, East Kent Coast Liberal Democrats

  • Wera Hobhouse
    Article: Nov 21, 2018

    Wera Hobhouse's speech to the County Councils' Network on Tuesday 20th November

    Wera Hobhouse is the Liberal Democrat MP for Bath and Spokesperson for Communities and Local Government.

    Good afternoon everybody. It is a pleasure to be here with you all at the County Councils' Network Conference.

    The 12 months since you last came together in Marlow, have been a mixed bag for local government as a whole. One can argue it has been harsher on the counties than other local authorities. The events in Northamptonshire have been a stark warning to all.

  • Liberal Bird
    Article: Nov 4, 2018
    By Angie Curwen

    Having attended an outstanding Annual Lunch last Saturday at Ash Village Hall provided by the Dover Branch of the East Kent Coast Liberal Democrats and where Sir Simon Hughes gave an excellent speech, I am in a contemplative mood.

    The theme of Simon's speech was what do we stand for as a party and how do we communicate that to the wider community?

  • Trudy
    Article: Nov 2, 2018

    On Monday the Chancellor announced that he was providing £420m extra to councils for pothole and other urgent highways repairs. Kent can expect to receive about £10 million. Kent Liberal Democrat Group are calling for at least half of this extra money to be spent on long overdue pavement repairs.

    The backlog for pavement repairs in Kent has hit £84 million, leaving more than a third of paths and pavements across the county in a poor and potentially dangerous condition.

Simon Hughes MP for Southwark in Westminster

Annual Lunch

27th October, 12:30PM

Lib Dem 100 Club Poster