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Welcome to Chiltern Liberal Democrats

Here you will find news from the Liberal Democrats who represent the residents of the Chiltern District. Chiltern District is drawn from four local areas, these are Chesham, Amersham, The Chalfonts and Great Missenden / Prestwood.

There are currently three Liberal Democrat Councillors on Chiltern District Council, as well as two on Chesham Town Council and one on Little Chalfont Parish Council.

Recent updates

  • Witney Group
    Article: Sep 24, 2016

    There was an amazing turnout of members at the first action day in the Witney By-Election.

    Liberal Democrat President Baroness Sal Brinton also came to help and support our excellent candidate Liz Leffman.

    Many of our new members were experiencing the buzz of a by-election for the first time.

    There is plenty more to do so come along as soon as you can.

  • Article: Sep 22, 2016

    Liz Leffman a local councillor and business woman has been selected overwhelmingly by a meeting of local Liberal Democrats in the Witney constituency for the by-election caused by the resignation of former Conservative Prime Minister and local MP David Cameron.

    Tim Farron, fresh from his speech at the Lib Dem party conference in Brighton, made his first visit to the constituency of the campaign to congratulate Liz on her selection.

  • Article: Sep 16, 2016

    The Witney by-election has been set for the 20th October.

    Our candidate is expected to be selected on Tuesday, 20th September.

    The last Parliamentary by-election we had in our region was Eastleigh which we won.

    We will be running a campaign to win but urgently need the funds to do so as soon as possible.

  • Article: Sep 16, 2016

    Commenting on the news that Education Secretary Justine Greening will not be pushing forward with moves to scrap the parent governor role from schools in England, Education spokesperson John Pugh said:

    "This will undoubtedly be the first of many climbs down from a Secretary of State left to defend the indefensible.

  • Catherine Bearder MEP
    Article: Sep 15, 2016

    The European Parliament has voted to support a global ban on the ivory trade ahead of a major international conference that will discuss how to save elephants from extinction.

    The resolution calls for EU countries to ban all imports, exports and commercial sales of ivory products until wild elephant populations are no longer threatened by poaching.

  • Brighton Pier (By hozinja (Brighton Pier at dusk, UK Uploaded by BaldBoris) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Sep 14, 2016

    All members attending Lib Dem Autumn conference in Brighton from Saturday are being offered free "getting to know you" tours of the conference venue with some extra-special tour guides!.

    All Party members are entitled to register as a delegate at conference, giving you access to the conference and a vote in all debates.

  • Article: Sep 13, 2016

    Here's the Boundary Commission review for Buckingham and Aylesbury constituencies.

    Note references to transfer of Edlesborough, Pitstone & Cheddington, Oakfield & Bierton, Watermead, and Wingrave from the Buckingham constituency to the Aylesbury constituency.

    63 The Borough of Milton Keynes is currently divided into two constituencies, both of which have electorates above the 5% limit. Additionally, the local government ward boundaries in the borough have also been modified. In order to reduce the electorates of the two Milton Keynes constituencies it is necessary to cross the boundary between the Borough of Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire. We therefore propose to include the Wolverton and Stony Stratford wards of the Borough of Milton Keynes in our proposed Buckingham constituency. We consider these two wards the most appropriate to include in a cross-county constituency due to the communication links between the county and the borough. We did investigate whether to include wards from the Bletchley area in the Buckingham constituency, but considered this would be likely to divide the Bletchley area between constituencies

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