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  • Article: Jun 26, 2022

    We saw last year what a huge boost it gave to the party getting two new excellent MPs elected in Parliamentary by-elections. It's good for their constituents and also good for the party's prospects across the whole country.

    We've also seen this month how Conservative MPs have failed to do what our country needs - to remove Boris Johnson from 10 Downing Street.

  • Article: Jun 22, 2022
    By The Progressive Group, Exeter City Council

    The Progressive group of councillors are pressing the Labour-led Council to up their game on achieving the net zero target by 2030 in response to a stark Exeter University report [1] presented to the Council's Strategic Scrutiny Committee.

    Progressive Group Councillors on the committee submitted a series of bold recommendations in response to the report [2] to urge the Council's Executive to take stronger action on climate change.

  • Article: Jun 14, 2022

    It's Carers Week - a chance to recognise, celebrate and, most of all, listen to the stories of unpaid carers.

    People looking after their loved ones are doing a remarkable job in difficult circumstances. As a carer for most of my life - first for my mum, then for my gran, and now for my disabled son, John - this is something I know all too well.

  • Article: Jun 7, 2022
    By Paul Arnott in Midweek Herald

    The leader of East Devon District Council - and the East Devon Alliance Independents (EDA) - has confirmed he has joined the national Liberal Democrats party.

    Cllr Paul Arnott has made the move ahead of a pivotal by-election in Tiverton and Honiton later this month, which could see the Conservatives lose a 24,000 majority, after the resignation of former MP, Neil Parish, who admitted watching pornography on his mobile phone in the House of Commons.

  • Article: Jun 1, 2022
    By Liberal Democrats

    Richard Foord will be our Liberal Democrat candidate for the upcoming Tiverton & Honiton by-election.

    I was proud to serve my country in the Armed Forces for ten years and now want to serve my community in Westminster.

    Richard Foord

    Richard lives in Uffculme with his wife and family. He grew up in the West Country and served for ten years in the army after graduating from Sandhurst, reaching the rank of Major and receiving three campaign medals for service in Iraq and the Balkans.