Liberal Democrats march to proudly stand up for LGBT+ rights

key_lgbtld.pngThis weekend, 28th and 29th July sees Liverpool Pride return for its 9th year.


Liverpool Pride takes place close to the death of Michael Causer, who was brutally attacked in 2008. This march is to remember Michael, show Liverpool for its openness and tolerance and its rejection of homophobia.

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“Council needs more scrutiny of big property investments” say Liberal Democrats

key_kb_housing_spokesperson.PNGCouncillor Kris Brown, Liverpool's Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Housing, Neighbourhoods and Safer Communities, has called for greater council scrutiny of future big property investments following the Liverpool Echo investigation into the development of New Chinatown, Pall Mall, The Quadrant, The Paramount, Baltic House and Berry House - all of which have been referred to the police for fraud.

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Liberal Democrats call Special Council Meeting to begin process of abolishing the position of Elected Mayor

key_abolish_mayor.pngAll seven Liberal Democrat Councillors in Liverpool have submitted a request for a special meeting of the City Council to begin the process of abolishing the position of Elected Mayor.

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Liberal Democrats announce new leadership team for Liverpool


Following their Annual Group Meeting the Liberal Democrats have announced their team within the Council for this council year with Cllr Richard Kemp being re-elected as opposition leader alonside a 7 member strong shadow cabinet.  

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Liberal Democrats celebrate councillor gains in Liverpool


Liverpool's Liberal Democrats are celebrating success in the local elections which saw the party gain three seats from the Labour Party.

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Liberal Democrats launch manifesto ahead of the 2018 local elections

key_manifesto_2018.pngThe Liberal Democrats have launched their manifesto for the 2018 local elections in Liverpool on Thursday 3rd May.  Titled 'Ambitious for a world class city', the document sets out an ambitious and positive policy platform, in stark contrast to the Joe Anderson Labour one-party-state.

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Liberal Democrats vote against Liverpool Council budget for the first time in over three decades


The Liberal Democrat group of councillors on Liverpool city council has voted against the budget for the first time in over three decades. Cllr Richard Kemp, Leader of the Liverpool Liberal Democrats, delivered the opposition speech to the full council budget meeting last night - explaining why the Liberal Democrats are breaking the habit of a lifetime and vote against Joe Anderson’s Labour Party’s disastrous budget.

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Liberal Democrat victory against Liverpool Council’s executive car perks


The Liberal Democrats have been victorious in forcing a Labour U-Turn on perks for executive bosses.

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Lord Storey asks Government to consider intervention in Liverpool

key_storey_parliament.JPEGFormer Council Leader Mike Storey, who is now a Liberal Democrat Member of the House of Lords, has written to a Government Minister asking him to consider intervention into Liverpool City Council.

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Liberal Democrats set out national framework for funding and saving the NHS

key_nhs_framework.PNGThe Liberal Democrats have produced a costed policy document which would save the NHS by providing proper short-term and long-term funding and a host of other measures.

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