The UK is the apprenticeship powerhouse of Europe

Liberal Democrats will make the UK the apprenticeship powerhouse of Europe by creating more new apprenticeship places per year than Germany. Central to the ambition is a commitment to double the number of employers offering apprenticeships to young people to 360,000 - as part of a big expansion of apprenticeships.

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Employment rate at a new record high

New figures show that the rate of employment is at a new record high of 73.4 per cent.

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Vote Liberal Democrat to beat the SNP

Nick Clegg appeals to Labour and Conservative supporters to vote Liberal Democrat to beat the SNP

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Business leaders back Liberal Democrats

The country and economy would benefit from having Lib Dems in Government again, a letter signed by more than 50 business leaders has said.

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Lib Dem Manifesto well-received by business and NGOs

Trade associations, business groups, NGOs and charities are all praising the Liberal Democrat manifesto, especially the five priorities we put on our front page:

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On the Battlebus with Nick Clegg

Trevor York joins the party leader for a day’s campaigning on the Lib Dem battlebus.

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Nick Clegg warns of "BLUKIP" right wing threat

Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg has issued a stark warning that BLUKIP, an alliance of right wing Tories, UKIP, and the DUP, could hold the balance of power after the election.

He said:

“Everyone knows that David Cameron and Ed Miliband won’t win this general election outright.

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Liberal Democrats launch BAME manifesto

Liberal Democrats have set out plans to outlaw caste discrimination, overhaul stop and search powers and tackle the BAME pay gap.

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Call Clegg 16 April

Watch as Nick answers your questions for this week's LBC Election Call. 

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Beware 'BLUKIP' a right wing threat to Britain

Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg will issue a stark warning that BLUKIP, an alliance of right wing Tories, UKIP, and the DUP, could hold the balance of power after the election.

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