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Liberal Democrat MP for Cambridge Julian Huppert has today paid tribute to the late George Watson.Read more
Yesterday I was in Manchester speaking at the RenewableUK Annual Conference, and then on to see a fascinating energy efficiency project led by students in Parrs Wood School in John Leech’s constituency.Read more
Following his call to the government to make freeing up as much as £1.5bn to invest in the NHS in 2015/2016 an Autumn Statement priority, Liberal Democrat Care and Support Minister Norman Lamb has written the article below.Read more
Reforming young people’s mental health services is a crucial mission for us in delivering a fairer society
Liberal Democrat Care and Support Minister Norman Lamb writes about the work he is doing in government to reform mental health care services for children and young people.Read more
Today (Tuesday, November 4), the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has published a document outlining the funding allocation for Lead Local Flood Authorities to carry out their new duties under the Flood and Water Management Act 2010.
Liberal Democrat Flooding Minister, Dan Rogerson has written the following article about the steps being taken to reduce the risk of flooding in the UK.Read more
Tim Farron's time as President of the Liberal Democrats is now coming to an end.Read more
During her visit to Bangladesh, Liberal Democrat International Development Minister Lynne Featherstone wrote the following article on the issue of ending child marriage.Read more
Liberal Democrat International Development Minister Lynne Featherstone recently visited Somalia. Here she writes about breaking the silence of violence against women and girls in Somali and beyond.Read more
Today Simon Stevens, the Chief Executive of NHS England, published his 5-year Forward Look setting out the challenges facing our health and care system in the coming years.Read more
The Earl of Oxford and Asquith is the newest hereditary peer to join the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords.
He takes up the seat of the late Liberal Democrat Lord Methuen.Read more