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Exeter Liberal Democrats

  • Lib Dem Balloons
    Article: Apr 10, 2021

    Devon Liberal Democrats have confirmed their Devon County Council election candidates to get Devon back on its feet.

    Alan Connett, Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group, Devon County Council, said:

    "I am delighted that the Liberal Democrats are fielding such a strong group of candidates for the local elections across Devon.

  • Article: Apr 6, 2021

    Today the Liberal Democrats have launched our campaign for the local elections in England on 6 May.

    Vote Liberal Democrat on 6 May and you'll get a local champion who will get things done in your community. You'll get a cleaner, greener neighbourhood where recovery comes first and local people are listened to.

  • Manifesto slide1
    Article: Apr 6, 2021

    Devon Liberal Democrats have launched their Devon County Council election manifesto 'Six-to-Fix' setting out their priorities for Devon over the next four years.

    The manifesto identifies six key areas to get Devon back on its feet following the Covid-19 pandemic and years of Tory mismanagement of Devon County Council.

  • winter fuel allowance
    Article: Mar 31, 2021

    Seventy-one Liberal Democrats MPs, Peers and Council Group Leaders, including Lib Dem leader of Torbay Council, Steve Darling, have written to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to oppose the Government's plans to gut a critical scheme allowing energy inefficient homes to access grants.

  • Council Offices
    Article: Mar 30, 2021

    Devon Liberal Democrats have criticised Government plans to force local councils to scrap virtual calls and return to face-to-face meetings in person from May.

    Last night the minister for Local Government, Luke Hall wrote to council leaders to inform them that emergency legislation allowing virtual council meetings will not be extended beyond May 7th.