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Open, Tolerant and United.

  • Will Hutton, in conversation with Vince Cable at the Autumn Conference in Bournemouth 2017
    Article: Sep 17, 2017

    'How refreshing to hear a national politician speak so openly' commented the Observer columnist, Will Hutton, in conversation with Vince Cable at the Autumn Conference in Bournemouth.

  • Anne Fox
    Article: Aug 25, 2017

    The East Kent Coast Liberal Democrats' candidate for the upcoming by-election for Sandwich Town Council is Anne Fox.

    Formerly a Local Council officer, now retired, Ms Fox says she is extremely keen to put her knowledge, experience and time to good use for the benefit of the people of Sandwich.

    Describing herself as "open-minded but pragmatic," Fox vows to become an "active and effective member of Sandwich Town Council".

  • Petition: Aug 17, 2017

    We call on Dover District Council (DDC) to reject planning proposal 16/01316, which proposes to build 41 dwellings (including two three-storey flats) on land adjacent to Capel Street in Capel-le-Ferne, on account of its unsuitability for our local area.

  • Margate (By Ben Sutherland from Forest Hill, London, European Union (DSCF3942Uploaded by Snowmanradio) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Jul 29, 2017

    John Finnegan is standing for election to Thanet District Council in Margate on the 3rd August 2017

    John believes residents of Margate should be given another opportunity to vote in favour of a Parish or Town Council. "The last consultation was inadequately publicised. Residents were not given enough information about the benefits of having a parish or town council and consequently they were not fully informed."

  • Article: Jul 28, 2017

    John Finnegan is standing for election to Thanet District Council in Margate on the 3rd August 2017

    John saw the selling off of our council homes by the Conservatives during the 1980's. John lived through the Labour Government's empty promises in the 1990s to build new council homes. "Money promised for social housing was used instead to fund the Iraq War," John Finnegan recalls. "In all their years in office, Labour built little social housing. We in Thanet are now dealing with the consequences of this."

    "If voted onto Thanet District Council, I will oppose UKIPs building of executive homes. I will encourage the development of shared equity schemes to help first time buyers and also Housing Cooperatives where tenants could self manage their housing estates."

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