Revealed: Massive hole in Government's industrial strategy

The Liberal Democrats have attacked the government’s industrial strategy, revealing that many sectors face a potential loss of funding due to uncertainty over Britain's future relationship with Europe.

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Do you get déjà vu?

http://www.libdems.org.uk/groundhog

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Lib Dems will vote against Article 50 unless the people are given their say on the final deal

The Liberal Democrats will vote against Article 50 unless the people are given their say on the final deal.

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May’s speech pushes Liberal Democrat membership past 80,000

Liberal Democrat membership passed 80,000 as hundreds of people joined the party in the wake of Theresa May’s Brexit Speech.

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NHS is at crisis point

Data released today shows the NHS is still at crisis point as winter pressure it testing it to it’s limits.

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Leaving the single market will be a disaster for our economy

Tim Farron, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, has criticised the Prime Minister for declaring that she is taking Britain out of the Single Market and denying the British people a say on the final deal.

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Rising inflation and falling pound show hard Brexit beginning to bite

Commenting on news inflation has reached its highest level since mid-2014 while the pound continued to sink ahead of Theresa May's Brexit speech, Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor Susan Kramer said:

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Farron comments on PM's Brexit speech

Commenting on Theresa May’s speech in which she is set to announce a clean Brexit, Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron said:

“This speech could have been written by Peter Bone, delivered by Nigel Farage and will no doubt be cheered on by Jeremy Corbyn.

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PAPER: EEA & EFTA

How do we avoid a Brexit Cliff edge? Read Nick Clegg's sixth paper on the EEA and EFTA to find out:

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4 in 10 hospital trusts issue emergency alerts as NHS crisis worsens

The Liberal Democrats have called for the Government to "see sense" and provide an urgent cash boost to the NHS, as new figures reveal that four in ten hospital trusts issued emergency alerts warning that they were facing serious operational pressures in the first week of January.

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