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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: Chesham, Amersham, The Chalfonts and Great Missenden / Prestwood.

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

Recent updates

  • Article: Jun 3, 2017

    The party's manifesto is available on the national website - click here

    It is available in many different formats, including pdf, easy to read, audio, braille and British Sign Language. A separate costings document is also available.

  • Article: Jun 1, 2017

    From: Liberal Democrat Voice

    The esteemed publication the Economist has said that its vote goes to the Liberal Demcrats.

    It is not, to be fair, the most enthusiastic endorsement that this world has ever seen, and its language harks painfully back to the brains and heart stuff that Nick Clegg came out with pre 2015, but we can take this.

  • Peter Jones chats with students at Amersham & Wycombe College in Amersham
    Article: May 31, 2017
  • Peter Jones at Hyde Heath Fete, 13 May 2017
    Article: May 16, 2017

    Peter Jones, Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Chesham and Amersham visited the Hyde Heath village fete on Saturday 13th May. Together with his wife Katy, Peter met local business and community leaders.

    Peter was keen to highlight that his campaign is against the government which has been cutting services heavily and will take us towards a hard Brexit unless kept in check by a strong opposition. In the Chilterns the only real opposition are the Lib Dems, as evident from the recent county council elections.

  • Peter Headshot
    Article: May 7, 2017
    The Liberal Democrats are once again the only real challengers to the local Conservative hegemony after the recent elections to Buckinghamshire County Council. Liberal Democrats were the closest challengers to the Tories in eight of the nine seats in Chiltern District. The Liberal Democrats won more votes than Labour, UKIP and Green combined.
    Local district councillor and parliamentary candidate Peter Jones added ""For anyone wondering which other party is best placed to defeat the government in the general election, the answer is clear. Once again it is the Liberal Democrats that are the only real opposition. None of Labour, Green or UKIP can win here."
    "Labour's share of the vote went down, from 9.9% four years ago to 9.5%. UKIP's vote has collapsed, there is no longer any decent reason to vote UKIP. And as for the Greens, just 2.9% of the total vote is not going to improve. I urge all voters that are opposed to the government to unite behind the Liberal Democrats to send a message to the government".
  • Article: May 2, 2017
    By Walid Marzouk

    Conservative-led Bucks County Council operates a broken tendering system that must be fixed, to cut costs and not services.

    The Liberal Democrats are in favour of using the private sector and subcontracting where it works well for the public purse, while for the Conservative government, it is a political dogma regardless. Unfortunately, Conservative councillors have to toe the line, ending up cutting services and not cost.

  • Peter Jones
    Article: Apr 28, 2017
    By Chiltern Liberal Democrats
    Chiltern Liberal Democrats have asked Peter Jones to be their candidate for the snap general election that will be held on 8 June.
    Peter is the Liberal Democrat group leader on Chiltern District Council. He has served on the council since 1991 for Chartridge, and since 2003 for Ballinger, South Heath and Chartridge after the CDC boundaries were redrawn. Having previously fought general elections in Milton Keynes and in Aylesbury, Peter is delighted to be given the opportunity to represent the area where he lives.
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