Neil Lewis, the Liberal Democrat candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner met local activists and supporters at a Lib Dem Coffee Morning hosted by Ann & Chris Reeve on Saturday 16 April in Upton. Neil was doing the rounds in Cheshire launching his manifesto for a Safer Cheshire. More
Winter is coming. The immortal words of House Stark from Game of Thrones and i suspect soon to be one of the most quoted lines in Lib Dem history. Tim used it whilst talking about the Refugee Crisis, saying: “Winter is coming and the risks and hardships faced by those seeking sanctuary
Tim Farron made his first speech as party leader to a packed hall at the Bournemouth International Centre today. Tim’s speech was rousing, defiant and everything you could have hoped for in our new leader who along with us faces the momentous task of rebuilding the party and making us a force
My first conference was Eastbourne in 1986. It was a sober affair and not just due to the lack of free alcohol. The debates were worthy, but generated little media interest. The lunchtimes and evenings were filled with fringe meetings, none of which had as much as a crisp on offer, let alone a
Energy and Climate Change Secretary, Chris Huhne, set out his vision on creating a “zero-carbon economy” by 2030 and spoke about the “Green Investment Bank” at a fringe held by the CBI. The Green Investment Bank will attempt to reduce the monetary risk of those who invest in renewable energy.