Breaking News: Linda WINS in Hampstead Town!

Breaking News from Hampstead Town - it's a Lib Dem GAIN!

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City Hall Lib Dems say "Save London's Buses"


The Lib Dems on the London Assembly are calling on Mayor Sadiq Khan to save our buses.

Astonishingly, under questioning from Lib Dem Assembly Group Leader Caroline Pidgeon, the Mayor suggested even more cuts to our bus services could be just down the line, on top of the 21 services already set to be completely withdrawn.

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Congratulations to Flick Rea

This letter by Hampstead Town candidate Linda Chung was originally published in Camden New Journal on 23rd June 2022.


Many congratulations to you, and Roger Robinson, now both aldermen of Camden.

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First Camden Aldermen in 15 Years Honoured

Last week Camden welcomed two new Aldermen, including our very own Flick Rea.

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Linda Chung's Manifesto for Hampstead Released


Linda Chung has released her priorities for Hampstead Town, ahead of the by-election on 7th July.

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We need a thriving bus network

This letter by Camden's Liberal Democrat councillors was originally published in Camden New Journal on 9th June 2022.

A 24 bus towards Hampstead Heath

WE call on the Labour Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to rethink the proposed cuts to bus services in Camden, particularly the 24 and 31, (‘Absolutely shocking’: Transport for London announce plans to cut bus routes, June 1).

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Viva Hampstead, viva Queen Elizabeth II

This letter by Hampstead Town candidate Linda Chung was originally published in Camden New Journal on 9th June 2022.

Queen Elizabeth II at the State Opening of Parliament, 2014

IT’S been a memorable and highly enjoyable Platinum Jubilee celebrations weekend.

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Linda Chung's Hampstead Town Survey

Linda Chung to stand in Hampstead Town

Camden Liberal Democrats are delighted to announce that former Councillor Linda Chung will stand for us in the Hampstead Town by-election on 7th July.

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Lib Dems now the Official Opposition on Camden Council

Picture Credits: Camden New Journal

Liberal Democrats become official opposition on Camden Council!

Thank you to everyone who voted Camden Liberal Democrats in the elections on 5th May. We took a seat from the Conservatives in Belsize and retained all three of our existing seats, therefore becoming the official opposition to Labour on Camden Council.

Congratulations to Cllrs Tom Simon, Judy Dixey, Matthew Kirk and Nancy Jirira and thankyou to everyone who stood as a Lib Dem candidate, campaigned or voted for them this year.

As reported by the BBC, Camden Liberal Democrats gained the equivalent of 3 seats compared to 2018 once boundary changes are accounted for. Labour only managed to gain one seat while the Conservatives lost four. The message in Camden couldn't be clearer - the Liberal Democrats are back for good!

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