Last night witnessed a third major terrorist incident in as many months. Regardless of our political differences, we are united in condemning the attack in South London. Our thoughts are with all of those affected including the injured and the families and friends of those that have died.
Again, we have seen the very best of our community, offering help to those in need near the scene. Again, the emergency services responded within minutes, placing themselves in danger to help victims and bring the situation to a rapid conclusion. Again, we are united, not divided, by such a terrible act.
Our admiration and thanks go to those members of the emergency services who bravely run into danger to protect us and to the hospital staff who deal with the horrific consequences.
As Londoners, we will not allow hate to triumph over optimism, nor suspicion to triumph over hope.
Kirsty Allan, Liberal Democrats
Claire-Louise Leyland, Conservative
John Mansook, Green Party
Tulip Siddiq, Labour
General Election Candidates for Hampstead & Kilburn
Tim Barnes, Conservative
Sian Berry, Green Party
Stephen Crosher, Liberal Democrats
Keir Starmer, Labour
General Election Candidates for Holborn & St Pancras
More than 1,000 3-4 year-olds in Camden would benefit from Liberal Democrat plans to triple funding for the early years pupil premium, a policy originally introduced by the party while in government, which gives extra cash to nurseries, preschools and school receptions when they take on children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The Liberal Democrats have announced plans to address the housing shortage in Camden and build more affordable homes.
Liberal Democrats have announced they would end years of pay restraint for nurses, teachers and police in London by lifting the 1% cap on public sector pay and increases wages in line with inflation.
The Liberal Democrats have announced that they will add another £1 billion for mental ill health care through putting a penny on income tax. £5m of this extra money would be ring-fenced as dedicated funding for mental health services in Camden, as part of a £20m package of extra NHS funding across the borough.
The Liberal Democrats have announced they will invest nearly £50m more in schools and colleges in Camden over the next parliament.
Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidates Kirsty Allan and Stephen Crosher have marked Europe Day today by calling on voters in Camden to support the Lib Dems in standing up to Theresa May's plans for a hard, destructive Brexit.
The Liberal Democrats in Camden have seen a surge in new members over the last few weeks, with membership more the doubling since the EU referendum and on the back of the general election announcement to over 1,000 for the first time in the local party's history.
The Liberal Democrats have become the first major party to commit to ending the "national scandal" of rough sleeping across Britain, including in Hampstead and Kilburn.
The government was defeated yesterday in the High Court over its attempt to block publication of its strategy to tackle air pollution.