• Dungeness Sunset, Johnny Cotter
    Article: Feb 18, 2019

    We're delighted that we have 2 limited edition 'Dungeness Sunset' prints, kindly donated by local artist Johnny Cotter, to auction to raise funds towards our forthcoming local election campaign.

    The prints will be auctioned during our Local Party Quiz night (all welcome!) at 20:30 on Friday 22nd March, at the Chichester Hall in Sandgate High Street. You can, if you wish, just attend for the auction itself.

  • Wera Hobhouse
    Article: Feb 12, 2019

    Today two bills driven by Liberal Democrats will receive royal assent. Both the Bill to make upskirting a specific offence and ban letting fees both began as Liberal Democrat Private Members' Bills.

    The 'upskirting' (Voyeurism Offences) Bill is a victory for women up and down the country. This is part of enshrining women's autonomy over their bodies into law, and means that now the police and the courts should find it far easier to bring perpetrators to justice.

  • Christine Jardine (Chris McAndrew [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Feb 12, 2019

    Not before time, Conservative Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has admitted that the increased use of food banks is partly down to problems in rolling out universal credit.

    Responding to Amber Rudd's comments about the link between the rise of food bank usage and the roll out of Universal Credit, Liberal Democrat Work and Pensions Spokesperson Christine Jardine said:
  • Money / banknotes (pounds sterling) in hand
    Article: Feb 12, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats are backing calls from consumer rights charity, Which?, for a regulator to protect access to cash following new analysis revealing a rapid decline in cashpoints.

    New figures obtained by Which? show cashpoints disappeared at a rate of 488 per month between June 2018 and December 2018 with over 250 free-to-use machines also closing monthly.

  • Dan H and S
    Article: Feb 8, 2019

    After several years of sustained pressure from the Liberal Democrat opposition, Kent County Council has finally agreed to accept monthly payments for the Young Persons Travel Pass (YPTP) in the coming year. This will come a massive relief for parents faced with an inflation-busting £60 increase in the cost of the pass to £350 next year.

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