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serving the Chesham & Amersham constituency

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Below you'll find a range of local news and national news about the Liberal Democrats.

News (mostly) from the local Liberal Democrats

  • Mohammad Fayyaz
    Article: May 7, 2019

    I wrote in the last edition of Your Chesham about the wonderful diversity of people that we have in this town and how well we generally all manage to get along together and respect one another.

    I had no idea at the time I was writing that we were very soon going to learn of the terrible killing of fifty people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

  • Join us
    Article: May 4, 2019

    Following Thursday's local election successes, many people are joining the Liberal Democrats.

    To join us, follow this link

  • Article: Apr 29, 2019

    Here in Chiltern we may not have full council elections this year.

    You can, however, watch the party's local election broadcast here

  • Mohammad Fayyaz
    Article: Apr 28, 2019

    We are all green now - well most of us try to be most of the time. Let's not pretend that it's always easy, though. But this month I want to sing the praises of Chesham Town Council for its commitment to green i ssues.

    This seems appropriate since the Town Council's Environmental Policy has recently received praise from the National Association of Local Councils in its publication Points of Light. The policy was drafted and adopted by Chesham Town Council in 2006, which happens to be the year when I was first Mayor, and I remember it particularly well.

  • Rachel Dineley and Isabelle Parasram
    Article: Apr 27, 2019

    At the party's spring conference in York a comprehensive motion identified a number of key areas on which to focus, in pursuit of our commitment to celebrate the racial and cultural diversity of people living in the UK. There were impressive presentations from a wide range of speakers who illustrated the need to grapple with the multiple problems facing ethnic minorities, as well as the heart-warming stories of good work being down to solve them. It was evident that there is still a great deal to do to overcome inequality. Ed Davey MP spoke passionately about the need to establish 'Hope, not hate'.