Lib Dems ready to challenge Labour in North Liverpool

9 Aug 2023

Kayleigh Halpin, Liverpool native and a Maths Student at Liverpool University, has been announced as the Lib Dem candidate.  She is set to take on Labour in the upcoming Fazakerley by-election and the young Lib Dem says she’s ‘raring to go.’

‘Labour has taken Fazakerley for granted and ignored residents for far too long. I aim to change that.

The Lib Dems want voters to look at Labour’s report card and back them in the by-election. Liverpool Lib Dem leader Councillor Carl Cashman thinks that the recent Ofsted report, citing high level failures of the Labour run Council, will be key in the campaign. With Cllr Lake at the centre of much of the controversy. 

Many questions are being asked about Councillor Frazer Lakes resignation and whether he ‘jumped before he was pushed.’ Cllr Cashman highlighted the matter by calling an extraordinary Council meeting.

The young leader will be hoping that his energy can win over voters in the north of the City. He says that lots of voters feel like Labour has taken them for granted.

Carl said 'nobody is better at by-elections than the Lib Dems. If people want to send Labour a message they should back our young, local candidate.'

Former Lib Dem Council Leader Mike Storey said ‘since Carl was elected Leader we’ve seen a huge increase in younger members joining. He has an army of young members, determined to win over the City.’

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‘Labour has taken Fazakerley for granted and ignored residents for far too long. I aim to change that.

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