Boris Johnson has bottled it on Andrew Neil interview

Responding to Boris Johnson rejecting doing an interview with Andrew Neil, Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Ed Davey said:

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Tories refuse to give EU citizens voice on their future

Responding to Conservative claims that it would be "unfair" to allow EU citizens to vote in a People's Vote, Liberal Democrat Shadow Brexit Secretary, Tom Brake said: 

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Johnson must agree to Neil interview ahead of BBC Debate

Jo Swinson has challenged Boris Johnson to confirm he will do an interview with Andrew Neil before polling day, ahead of today’s BBC head-to-head debate with Jeremy Corbyn.

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Javid in fantasy land on trade deal negotiations

Responding to Sajid Javid's claim on Radio 4 that he is “confident" of securing a trade deal with the EU by December 2020, Chuka Umunna, Liberal Democrat Shadow Foreign Secretary said:

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Labour cannot be both pro-Brexit and pro-business

Responding to Labour’s announcement on its new Business Development Agency, Liberal Democrat Shadow Secretary for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Sam Gyimah, said: 

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Lib Dems to triple support for disadvantaged pre-school children

The Liberal Democrats have today announced they would triple funding for disadvantaged children aged three and four attending nurseries and other childcare providers.

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Johnson government would undermine the rule of law

The Liberal Democrats have warned that a Boris Johnson government would undermine the rule of law.

The Conservative manifesto promises to “look at the broader aspects of our constitution: the relationship between the Government, Parliament and the courts” and to ensure that judicial review “is not abused to conduct politics by another means or to create needless delays.”

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Leak shows that Boris Johnson is misleading voters

Responding to leaked internal EU documents signalling more years of Brexit talks from the day after the general election, Liberal Democrat Brexit Spokesperson Tom Brake, said:

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Lib Dems to strip out 25% of “toxic” Home Office to prevent another Windrush

The Liberal Democrats have announced today that they will move more than 9,000 members of staff out of the Home Office, under the party’s plans to strip the discredited department of responsibility for immigration and asylum.

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Johnson's 100 days promises are pure fantasy

Responding to Boris Johnson's plans for the first 100 days of a majority Conservative Government, Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Ed Davey said:

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