Black Lives Matter

We can all play our part to end racial injustice

 

Events in America over the past week have been truly shocking to observe. Amy Cooper used her white privilege to try and get Christian Cooper, a black New Yorker, arrested when he had not done anything wrong. George Floyd, a black man from Minneapolis, was murdered by a white police officer - denied both of his life and the opportunity to be judged equally before the law.

Clear evidence of police brutality against black Americans and other activists seeking to defend their rights emerged across several US states. President Donald Trump proved there is no denying he is a racist, by refusing to condemn these actions and deploying troops against those demanding justice for George Floyd.

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Coronavirus

Coronavirus is affecting everyone.

The Camden Liberal Democrats have collected lots of information about how we can do our bit in giving help, and where we can ask for it. You can find that by clicking read more.

 

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Let's Save our NHS

With Coronavirus spreading through more and more people, the NHS is at the front of people's heads and how it will cope with this crisis. 

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PLANT MORE TREES TO TACKLE CLIMATE EMERGENCY, SAY CAMDEN LIB DEMS

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Local campaigners have welcomed Camden Liberal Democrats’ calls for Camden to be more ambitious in its tree-planting plans. 

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URGENT ACTION NEEDED ON YOUTH SAFETY, SAY CAMDEN LIB DEMS


“The safety of young people in Camden is in crisis”, said Cllr Tom Simon, backing the Lib Dems’ amendment to the Labour Council’s Budget earlier this month.

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LIB DEMS OPPOSE LABOUR COUNCIL’S CUTS TO HOMELESSNESS SERVICES


LIB DEM ALTERNATIVE BUDGET

Camden Liberal Democrats lead the fight for more investment in tackling the borough's most urgent challenges.

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Siobhan Benita visits West Hampstead!

Liberal Democrat Mayoral Candidate Siobhan Benita visits West Hampstead to ask residents their views on the new Overground station. 

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NW6 Development Survey


Waiting Time Targets Missed in Camden