Tories simply don't get public transport

Responding to Grant Shapps announcement on the Conservative Party's transport plans, Liberal Democrat Shadow Transport Secretary Wera Hobhouse said:

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Trump NHS comments should be taken with a "lorry load of salt"

Responding to comments by President Donald Trump this morning denying the NHS will be on the table in future trade talks, Liberal Democrat Shadow Foreign Secretary Chuka Umunna said:

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Labour's old fashioned approach would destroy jobs

Responding to the publication of Labour's work manifesto, Liberal Democrat Shadow Business Secretary, Sam Gyimah said:

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Disability pay gap just another inequality ignored by Tories

Responding to data released from an ONS report revealing that disabled employees are paid 12.2% less than their non-disabled peersLiberal Democrat President Baroness Sal Brinton, said:

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Conservative border plans would mean more red tape and bureaucracy

Responding to Conservative proposals to introduce an American-style visa waiver scheme after Brexit, Liberal Democrat Shadow Brexit Secretary Tom Brake said:

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Boris Johnson is running scared of scrutiny

Responding to Boris Johnson's interview with Andrew Marr, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson, said: 

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London Bridge attack - Swinson statement

Liberal Democrat Leader Jo Swinson said:

Source: Tower Bridge Blog

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Lib Dems are the only party that can stop the Conservatives

Following Jo Swinson's performance during the 7-way BBC Election Debate, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey said:

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Liberal Democrats will invest £1 billion a year to restore community policing

Today, the Liberal Democrats announce plans to invest an extra £1 billion a year to restore community policing by enabling forces to recruit 20,000 more police officers - enough for two extra officers in every ward across England and Wales. The Party will also fund an immediate 2% pay-rise for serving police officers.

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Tory threat to Channel 4 is attempt to cover up Johnson's cowardice

Responding to reports the Conservatives are threatening to review Channel 4’s broadcasting remit if they win the general election, Liberal Democrat Shadow Foreign Secretary Chuka Umunna said:

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