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Nick Clegg: The chance to clean up politics and improve democracy

Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg, has today given a speech making the case for a Yes vote at this May’s fairer votes referendum.

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Featherstone: Government will look at next steps for same-sex marriage

“I am delighted that same-sex partners will now be able to hold their civil partnerships in religious buildings and that the Coalition will look at what the next steps for civil partnerships will be.”

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Jenny Willott: Welfare reform will provide support for those who need it

“The reforms focus on helping people into work, ensuring they stay there, and adopts a more tailored approach to addressing people’s welfare needs."

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Nick Clegg: Making our democracy fairer

"Together, these measures will help put the expenses scandal behind us and start to restore trust in our political institutions."

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Don Foster: Government boost for cycle fans

In response to a Liberal Democrat campaign, the Government has said it will boost cycling as a sport by removing barriers to cycle racing on the roads.

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Vince Cable: Reform of the banking system still needed

Business Secretary Vince Cable yesterday reiterated the need for the banks to be fundamentally restructured, a process which the Banking Commission is considering.

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Dominic Carman selected in Barnsley Central

Dominic Carman has been selected as the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Barnsley Central by-election.

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Nick Clegg: We're restoring hard won British liberties

Liberal Democrat leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has written for the Daily Telegraph ahead of the publication of the Protection of Freedoms Bill.

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Tom Brake: Lib Dems restoring hard-won British liberties

Commenting on the publication of the Protection of Freedoms Bill, Co-Chair of the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs and Justice, Tom Brake said:

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Simon Hughes: OFFA gets strong mandate to enforce equal access

“The guidance set out in the letter gives him the strongest mandate he has ever had to enforce real and meaningful requirements on universities to open their doors to all.”

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