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Below you'll find a range of local and national news about the Liberal Democrats including photos and stories about the General Election

News from the local Liberal Democrats

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    Article: Feb 20, 2020

    The Liberal Democrats have selected their candidates for the new unitary council in Chiltern Ridges:

    Alan Bacon lives in Bellingdon and is well known as a hard-working councillor on both Chiltern District Council and Chesham Town Council and has taken a keen interest in planning issues. He is passionate about preserving and enhancing local facilities like the Moor Gym and Swim and the Elgiva in Chesham. He believes that councils have a leading role to play in working to deal with the climate emergency.

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    Article: Feb 20, 2020

    The Lib Dem vote here in Chesham and Amersham more than doubled in the recent election. That followed the very successful European election result here when we came top of the poll.

    The Liberal Democrats are the clear challengers to the Tories, and we will be fighting hard to win seats on the new Buckinghamshire Council in May.

  • Article: Feb 18, 2020
  • LGBT History Month
    Article: Feb 14, 2020
    By Rachel Dineley

    February is LGBT History Month and a chance to look back at changes in the law, to see the progress we have made and our will to pursue it. Each year it gives us an opportunity to recognise the power and impact of the LGBT+ community. Throughout this month we celebrate the battles won over hate and intolerance and we also reflect on how we can better advance rights for the entire LGBT+ community.

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    Article: Jan 27, 2020
    By Rachel Dineley

    Holocaust Memorial Day falls on 27 January 2020, the international day to remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, alongside the millions of other people killed under Nazi persecution and in subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.

    The persecution of the Rohingya people in Myanmar has been the most recent focus of the International Court of Justice in the Hague (ICJ), illustrating that 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau the abuse of human rights continues around the world.