There's been a clear pattern emerging in recent opinion polls - and it keeps getting better and better for us as time goes on.
Labour is sinking lower and lower - and the Lib Dems are on the up:
The response our campaign is getting makes it clear why this is happening. Labour is a pro-Brexit party, and Remainers have had enough.
They've started attacking us more and more recently. It's pretty obvious that we've got them rattled as we go up and they go down:
But as you can see, it's not exactly working out for them:
To the point that the most recent polls have us in second place above them:
The message is clear - Remainers can't trust Labour. Corbyn wants Brexit. More and more people who want to stay in the EU are switching to the Liberal Democrats as the biggest, strongest Remain party.
We believe that there's no deal better than our membership of the EU. We've been fighting to stop Brexit since the day after the referendum result. And our line is totally clear - every vote for the Lib Dems is a vote to stop Brexit.
We've come a long way since the day after that awful result in 2016. Now, a majority of the public backs our stance of a People's Vote. Politicians from all parties and none have joined our campaign. And on Thursday, we have the chance to send Labour and the Conservatives a message they can't ignore - we want an end to this national embarrassment.
Say you're with us. Pledge your vote to the Lib Dems on Thursday 23rd May and help us stop Brexit.
Liberal Democrats have received a significant boost over the last few days by several high profile politicians from both Labour and the Conservatives.
Former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Michael Heseltine announced his intention to vote for the Liberal Democrats in this week's European Parliament election. He said, "I cannot, with a clear conscience, vote for my party when it is myopically focused on forcing through the biggest act of economic self-harm ever undertaken by a democratic government."
Then former Labour MP for Thurrock, Andrew Mackinlay, announced his plan to back the Liberal Democrats this Thursday. He said, "The only major party representing my beliefs in the European Union is the Liberal Democrats."
Current Labour MP Margaret Hodge has also urged voters to take "whatever action you need, within your locality, that gives you the best likelihood of electing somebody who will be a pro-European MEP"
It is clear that a vote for the Liberal Democrats is the best chance to put a stop to Brexit. Even Labour and the Conservatives have realised that if you want an exit from Brexit then you need to vote Liberal Democrat on 23rd May.
Fresh off the back of a stunning set of local election results, where the Liberal Democrats won over 700 new seats, latest polling places the Liberal Democrats neck and neck with Labour before the European Parliament elections on the 23rd May.
Liberal Democrat campaigners are celebrating a stunning set of local election results after gaining a record 703 seats.
While Brexit-backing Labour lost 82 seats and six councils despite expecting to make gains, and the Tories lost a humiliating 1,332 councillors and 44 councils, the Lib Dems' pro-Europe stance and dedicated local teams won control of 10 councils.
Luisa Porritt, a Liberal Democrat councillor for Belsize, has been selected as one of the top three MEP candidates for the London Regional List for the European elections.
Luisa is the only Camden candidate and the youngest person on the London Liberal Democrat list.
Speaking to The Guardian before the official launch of the national party's campaign held in East London last Friday, she said the elections were "a way for the electorate to signal to the government that they want a People’s Vote.”
She also told the newspaper that it was important to seize the opportunity to elect liberal, pro-European MEPs in May in order to counteract the Euroscepticism seen across Europe at the last elections in 2014.
Camden Liberal Democrats are keeping a vigilant eye on changes afoot for the much-loved West Hampstead library.News of a £1.5 million investment in IT equipment and digital services across Camden's nine libraries has been welcomed, but cuts to council budgets could mean professional librarians increasingly being replaced by volunteers.
Last week for the second time within a municipal year a Liberal Democrat motion passed through Camden’s Full Council - showing that we are the real opposition on the Council.
Our motion calling for an end to Section 21 (the clause of the 1988 Housing Act that allows landlords to evict tenants for no reason) passed with Labour support after the Conservatives shamefully abstained.
Too many shiny new traffic and redevelopment schemes don’t take account of those who have impaired eyesight or hearing, find walking difficult or who aren’t able to carry heavy shopping bags up the hill to home.