Stop the Sell-Off of Queen Mary’s

Stop the Sell-Off of Queen Mary’s

Queen Mary’s Hospital lies at the apex of Hampstead on the corner of East Heath Road and Heath Street. The 1.6 acres of land and buildings, originally a maternity home, was bequeathed by Lord Leverhulme nearly a century ago, for therapeutic medical purposes, and also provides accommodation for 52...

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Standing up for Wendling Estate residents

Residents of Wendling have been consulted about regeneration of the estate five times in the last two years. Each consultation has led simply to the Labour council immediately announcing a further consultation. Labour’s merry-go-round throws away money and leaves tenants and leaseholders in a st...

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Open, Vibrant, Inclusive: Lib Dems set out vision for Camden in manifesto

Open, Vibrant, Inclusive: Lib Dems set out vision for Camden in manifesto

(Read the manifesto here:) Launching their 2018 local elections manifesto at the Sheriff Centre in West Hampstead on Tuesday 17 April, Camden Liberal Democrats pledged a borough that is open, vibrant and inclusive. In the manifesto, Lib Dem council candidates promise to listen to residents, stan...

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Manifesto Sneak Peak!

Manifesto Sneak Peak!

The Camden Liberal Democrats are proud to stand on a platform to keep our community open, vibrant and inclusive. This election we can show everyone what Camden stands for and send a message to the Labour and Conservative parties that Brexit is not in our name, and that we demand a vote on the dea...

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Camden Lib Dems nominate full list of candidates!

Camden Lib Dems nominate full list of candidates!

Camden Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce the party’s full slate of 54 candidates in each of the 18 wards of the Borough of Camden, to give voters the opportunity to elect hard-working, liberal, and genuinely pro-European voices to the council. The candidates have a mix of experience. Eig...

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Muslims should feel as welcome in our society as anyone else

This week, members of the Muslim community felt unable to leave their homes in a vile planned attack on their religious freedom and identity. Here in Belsize, one woman told me last weekend that neither she nor her kids would be leaving the house on 3 April, so called 'Punish a Muslim Day', after...

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Is Brexit inevitable?

Is Brexit inevitable?

It’s now a year since Theresa May notified the EU of the UK’s intention to leave and, as things stand, this time next year we will be cast out into the uncertain reality of life outside the world’s most successful trading bloc and peace project. By then many important issues will still need to b...

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No place for antisemitism in Belsize

No place for antisemitism in Belsize

Last week, we were shocked to learn of yet another attack on one of Belsize's beloved bakeries, Roni's Bagel Bakery. In the space of a week, the glass window of the bakery was smashed twice. The first incident, on 9 March, also resulted in the shop's drain being blocked with cement and the water ...

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Camden Council must consult residents on replacement of Chalcots windows

Camden Council must consult residents on replacement of Chalcots windows

This week a big issue has come to light for residents of the Chalcots Estate, who are still experiencing disruption following evacuation and cladding works. The Belsize Liberal Democrat candidates have written to the local papers calling on Labour-run Camden Council to reverse their decision and...

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Your chance to have your say

Your chance to have your say

London’s local elections in May give you the chance to have your say on Brexit, and on what matters to you locally. The Liberal Democrats are the only party with a clear, united policy to fight a hard Brexit. Camden is a great place to live, but it could be better. On housing, crime, and rubbish...

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