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East Devon Liberal Democrats

"Changing Britain's Future: no one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity"
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Agitating to achieve a stronger economy and fairer society across East Devon and beyond

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2017 Remberence Day Exmouth (Geoff Beech)

Councillor Brenda Taylor lays a wreath for remembrance at Exmouth War Memorial

Lest We Forget

Pat Graham MBE has been a Libdem councillor in Exmouth and on East Devon District Council for many years, she feels it is time to retire gracefully. Her input will be greatly missed, and we are very grateful to her for all her work in Exmouth over the years, especially as Chair and President of Exmouth in Bloom, and as a Governor at Exmouth Community College. Pat Graham Britain in Bloom (Britain in Bloom)

Finger on the pulse: national party updates

  • Article: Dec 12, 2017

    Jo Swinson MP said:

    "President Trump's divisive politics of hate is in direct conflict with British values.

    "One of the prime minister's biggest political mistakes was to offer to roll out the red carpet for a man who wears his racism and misogyny like a badge of pride. Theresa May should stand up to Donald Trump and withdraw her invitation."

  • Article: Dec 7, 2017

    The government has carried out impact assessments on policies ranging from songs from ice cream trucks to drain standards to the use of parody in comedy yet still hasn't produced any on Brexit, Liberal Democrat research has revealed.

    This is quite literally beyond parody.

    These revelations come after David Davis yesterday admitted that the 58 Brexit impact assessments he claimed his department was working never existed.

    It's standard procedure to produce an impact assessment when bringing in new policies, on everything from comedy to sewers.

    Yet the government haven't bothered to produce one for Brexit, an issue that will affect the future of this country for generations to come.

    You couldn't make it up.

    The staggering incompetence ministers are showing over Brexit shows why we must give people the choice to reject the final deal and stay in the EU.

  • David Davis (Chris McAndrew [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Dec 6, 2017

    After David Davis has been accused of misleading parliament, he must resign.

    David Davis needs to go. He has mislead parliament and under his leadership the Brexit department has turned incompetence into an art form.

    I am not one to call for ministerial resignations every two minutes and I've nothing against David Davis as a person but it is now clear he deceived MP. He is also writing the government's Brexit strategy on the back of a fag packet.

  • Lib Dems Winning in by-elections November 2017
    Article: Dec 1, 2017

    The sweep of four victories on 30 November means that the Liberal Democrats have gained seven council seats in November.

    The Liberal Democrats won all four of the council by-elections that were held last night, gaining seats from the Conservatives, Labour and UKIP.

    The sweep of victories means that the Liberal Democrats have gained seven council seats in November, significantly more than any other party.

  • Article: Nov 29, 2017

    The Liberal Democrats put into the public domain letters Abbott wrote to constituents announcing that she supports a referendum.

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    Diane Abbott's letter stated "I will argue for the right of the electorate to vote on any deal that is finally agreed"

    But when contacted by journalists, Labour's Shadow Home Secretary then claimed that her letter had been "poorly worded". However, anti-Brexit Labour MPs congratulated Abbott on her letter attacking Brexit.