Camden Lib Dem James King calls for massive investment in adult training

Camden Lib Dem James King calls for massive investment in adult training

Camden Liberal Democrat campaigner James King is pushing for proper funding of adult training, to boost economic growth and living standards. Speaking at Lib Dem party conference in Brighton, James called for more money to be invested in training, particularly from businesses. He also proposed ...

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7 commitments we made at Lib Dem conference that would improve Camden and London.

7 commitments we made at Lib Dem conference that would improve Camden and London.

Last week we held our annual conference in Brighton, where party members got to set Lib Dem policy. Here are just 7 of those bold, progressive commitments that we made!  1) We will reverse cuts to youth services Lib Dems would reverse the damaging cuts to youth services which have contributed to...

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“Unstoppable force of liberalism,” Flick Rea wins Lib Dem President award!

“Unstoppable force of liberalism,” Flick Rea wins Lib Dem President award!

Lib Dem Cllr for Fortune Green won a President's award at the closing of Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton, for her 33 years of elected service. Party President Sal Brinton branded her an “unstoppable force of liberalism,” as she presented the award. Cllr Flick Rea Said:  "I feel very hono...

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Cllr Luisa Porritt questions Camden council leader on a People's Vote!

Cllr Luisa Porritt questions Camden council leader on a People's Vote!

Liberal Democrat Cllr Luisa Porritt questioned the leader of Camden council on her support for a peoples vote on the Brexit deal. It was welcome news that she agrees with the Liberal Democrats about the need for a peoples vote. Liberal Democrats are now pushing her to stand up to Keir Starmer and...

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100 Avenue Road redevelopment must be delayed

100 Avenue Road redevelopment must be delayed

It is welcome news that the CMP for 100 Avenue Road redevelopment has been rejected – for now. Residents remain broadly opposed to the project taking place, and many had voiced their concerns about the CMP. That an adapted version of this CMP could yet pass the committee stage is however worryin...

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