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This is Vince Cable’s Election

Yesterday we were privileged to welcome Vince Cable to Liverpool. It will be one of his last visits as Leader as he intends to step down to allow a contest for a new Leader to take place in June. Of … Continue reading

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Corbyn Cult shrinking fast

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn both have lower approval ratings than ever before. Both of them are less popular than their respective Party which means that both are a drag on their Party rather than an asset to them. Just … Continue reading

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Rally to the Lib Dems to fight Brexit

I’ve just been out delivering the first of our EU leaflets in Church Ward after joining a canvassing team in Woolton yesterday. I have been struck by two things whilst I have been out. Firstly, the pleasure that people have … Continue reading

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Thanks Vince – you did a great job

As some of us set off for the Lib Dem Conference in York for the next two days we were met with the e-mail from Vince saying that subject to there being no snap election he would stand down as … Continue reading

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Corbyn is definitely not the Messiah!!

Over the past 2 weekends we have knocked at getting on for 3,000 doors in Liverpool – I’ve knocked at a good number of these myself. What is extremely interesting to me is the response that we are getting on … Continue reading

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Talk to your MP and demand a People’s Vote

Today Alisha Lewis and I went to support those people who are campaigning to get a “Peoples Vote” or, as Vince Cable puts it, a first referendum on the facts! Lime Street was both wet and windy but that did … Continue reading

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What is a political Party?

Yesterday 700,000 people marched through London demanding a second vote. Lib Dems were at the heart of that protest and at the heart of a wider liberal movement. We now need to show that there are other major issues as … Continue reading

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