Farage takes credit for the terrible Tory manifesto

Responding to the comments by Nigel Farage that much of the Tory manifesto was in fact in the Ukip 2015 manifesto, Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesperson Tom Brake said:

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17 days to stop the UK becoming Trump’s poodle

  • If the UK leaves the EU under Johnson’s leadership we will become more reliant on Trump, and risk becoming a vassal state of the United States.
  • Johnson is part of a network of populist, right-wing, authoritarian nationalists
  • In order to stop Boris Johnson getting a majority, seats need to be taken from the Tories which the Lib Dems are best placed to do
  • Ahead of the NATO Summit the Liberal Democrats are committing to spend extra money on defence and aid. 
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Tory manifesto is built on a lie

Responding to the launch of the Conservative manifesto, Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor Ed Davey said:

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Dishonest to promise more nurses under Boris Johnson

Responding to the Conservative Party manifesto commitment to 50,000 more nurses, Liberal Democrat Shadow Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Social Care Luciana Berger said:

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McDonnell refuses to come clean on Brexit

Responding to John McDonnell’s refusal to say whether he’d back Leave or Remain in a future EU referendum, Liberal Democrat Shadow Foreign Secretary Chuka Umunna said:

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Lib Dems to invest 7 billion to save our schools

The Liberal Democrats have today announced an extra £7 billion over five years from the Party's infrastructure budget for new school buildings and repairs to keep up with rising pupil numbers. 

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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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