Lib Dems call for Autism support

The Liberal Democrats have passed a motion at their Spring party conference that would see changes made to the Equalities Act and Autism Act to allow those with autism to achieve their full potential. The Motion also calls on the Government to support individuals who are diagnosed with autism. 

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Reverse “deadly” aid cuts, say Lib Dems

The Liberal Democrats have called on the UK Government to reverse “unprincipled, unjustified and downright deadly” cuts to international aid.

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Judicial review plans are yet another Tory assault on the rule of law

Responding to the Justice Secretary’s announcement of changes to judicial review, including plans to abolish ‘Cart’ judicial review for people to challenge refusals of permission to appeal a First-Tier immigration or asylum tribunal decision, Liberal Democrat Justice Spokesperson Wera Hobhouse said:

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Why we as young people need to vote in local elections

Local elections are coming up in May and as Millenials or Gen Zers, it's our chance to make our voices heard. We may have lost our voices in being heard over Brexit or the last few national elections but it doesn't mean we can't make an impact locally. 

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ALAN MAK slammed for backing “dangerous & draconian” Police Bill

Havant Liberal Democrats have called for the bill which takes away our freedoms to be stopped in its tracks.

 

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Trident increase: There should be no return to the nuclear arms race

Responding to the Government's Integrated Review, released today, Liberal Democrat Defence Spokesperson Jamie Stone MP said:

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Integrated Review: Govt putting economic ties before human rights

Responding to the Government's Integrated Review, published today, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Foreign Affairs Layla Moran MP commented:

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MPs call on PM to act on women's safety in public spaces

A group of cross-party MPs led by Wera Hobhouse MP, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Women and Equalities, has written to the Prime Minister to express their concerns about the safety of women and girls in public spaces following the death of Sarah Everard. In recent days, there has been an outpouring on social media from women and girls sharing their own experiences. 

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Davey calls on Cressida Dick to resign

Following the events in Clapham this evening, Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey has written a letter to Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick calling on her to resign.

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Rishi’s Many Cracks

Budget crushes hopes of small businesses and leaves the backbone of our economy on the brink

From beauticians to launderettes, florists to café owners - small businesses in our communities and the millions who depend on them are left looking over a cliff-edge. The Chancellor had the opportunity to save them today, but instead he fell far short of what is needed.

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