Davey: Labour maths do not add up

Responding to the Labour Party Manifesto launched today, Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor Ed Davey said:

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Lib Dems to build homes for brighter future

A Liberal Democrat government will tackle the housing crisis by ensuring that 300,000 new homes are built per year, including 100,000 social homes for rent. 

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Lib Dems will freeze rail fare increases in Havant saving commuters thousands of pounds

The Liberal Democrats have announced they will freeze rail fare increases for Havant commuters and season ticket holders for the next five years, while fixing the broken fares and ticketing system.

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Labour can't keep their housing promises without EU workers

Responding to Labour’s council and social housing programme, Liberal Democrat Shadow Secretary for Housing, Communities and Local Government Tim Farron said:

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Lib Dems to scrap business rates to "breathe new life" into high streets in Havant

The Liberal Democrats have announced plans to scrap business rates and replace them with a landowner levy, to "breathe new life" into high streets all across the Havant constituency.

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Lib Dems will reverse school cuts in Havant.

The Liberal Democrats have announced that they will spend £10 billion a year more on schools and hire 20,000 more teachers by the end of the next Parliament.

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£10 billion for schools and 20,000 more teachers is an investment in our children’s future

Today (Wednesday 20 November) the Liberal Democrats will announce plans to spend £10 billion more a year on schools and hire 20,000 more teachers by the end of the next Parliament. This comes ahead of the Liberal Democrat manifesto launch later today.

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Lib Dems respond to Farage comments on local Tory and Brexit Party deals

Responding to Nigel Farage’s comments that deals are being done at a local level between Brexit Party and Conservative candidates, Liberal Democrat Shadow Brexit Secretary Tom Brake said:

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Johnson offers failed knife crime policies

Responding to Boris Johnson's announcement on knife crime, Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor Ed Davey said: 

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Lib Dems respond to ITV ruling

This evening, outside the Royal Courts of Justice, Liberal Democrat President Sal Brinton responded to the ruling on the legal challenge over the ITV debates:

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