Cllr Luisa Porritt For London Mayor

Our very own Cllr Luisa Porritt has been selected as the Liberal Democrat candidate for London Mayor!


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Celebrate Black History Month

Liberal Democrats Camden celebrating Black History MonthOctober is Black History Month in the UK: a time to celebrate the enormous contributions Black people have made to our country. 

Throughout this month, we remember icons from the trailblazing composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, to Margaret Busby - Britain's youngest and first Black female book publisher.

We also celebrate those who helped establish our National Health Service, joined the war effort, marched for justice and worked tirelessly to build a better world for all of us, including those who continue to blaze a trail and fight for justice today.

We applaud and support the efforts of organisations such as The Black Curriculum to make sure that Black history is properly taught and understood in our schools as an integral part of the curriculum and that Black history is more widely known in society more generally. But, until then, Black History Month is still a vital tool in putting the spotlight on the contributions of often-overlooked Black people to our collective history.

Follow us on Twitter for the most up-to-date resources and links to events and initiatives we will be highlighting throughout Black History Month. Camden Lib Dems will be using our platforms on social media to amplify Black voices and help tell Black stories from both within our party and beyond.

Below, we have included links to some of the key Black History Month resources in Camden, London and online, where we can all learn more about Black history.

You can find key listings for Black History Month across the UK on the official website: 

Black History Month 2020


We have also curated some of the best resources and links locally and from around the UK below:

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We need opposition to the plan to take away free travel from young people

Liberal Democrat Councillors, Parliamentary spokespersons and our Barnet and Camden GLA candidate has written in the Camden New Journal about the campaign to save free travel...

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Cllr Flick Rea's Objection to the Cricklewood B&Q Planning Application

Cllr Flick Rea has written to Barnet Council to object to the proposed development at the B&Q site.

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Ed Davey's Speech at Lib Dem Conference


In his first keynote conference speech as Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Ed Davey shared his vision on rebuilding the Party and how he plans to fight for a greener, fairer country as we move forward through the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Cricklewood Development Update

When members of our local Lib Dem team called on residents in the NW2 parts of Fortune Green ward a few months ago, many of people said they were concerned about the proposed plans for the Cricklewood B&Q site...

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Build Back Better in Camden

Camden Liberal Democrats want to hear your views on how the borough should build back better in future...

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South End Green Streatery

Camden Council is considering a proposal in South End Green to set up a dining area on the slip-road between Pond Street and South End Road. This is similar to the "Streatery" already established in neighbouring Belsize Village.

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Earlier in July, residents of Fortune Green came out onto the streets to “#ClapforFlick”, thanking her for her help in getting the community through the coronavirus lockdown.

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Thameslink Bridge Mural Update

In early June, two murals appeared on the Thameslink bridge at West Hampstead, commissioned by Network Rail. One, by Alketa Xhafa Mripa, depicts faces during lockdown, including that of John Henderson and his dog Sugar, who used to have a book stall outside the Thameslink station. One, by Ben Eine, has the words “Through Arts We Rise” in large coloured letters.

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