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Paddy Ashdown launches Theresa May “flip flop” poster

Launching the poster across social networks, Paddy Ashdown said:

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Liberal Democrats launch Young People's Manifesto

Tickets to our launch event are free to members under-26.
When: Tuesday 6th June @ 6.30pm
Where: Southwark, London
Tickets: available here

Download a copy here

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Theresa May's failed record on policing and tackling foreign funding of extremism

Theresa May says “enough is enough” - but she forced through the cuts that lost us thousands of armed police and community officers.

As Home Secretary, she even accused the police of crying wolf over the impact of her cuts - and their fears that the public were being put in danger.

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Tim Farron's statement on the London attacks

My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families, and I would like to pay tribute to the emergency services for their professional response in such terrible circumstances.

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The Liberal Democrats are now the only real party of business

As the former Business Secretary I can’t not intervene at this decisive moment in British politics.

In a speech this week I condemned the Tories and Labour for turning their backs on the economy, and explained that the Liberal Democrats are the only real party of business.

You don’t have to take my word for it. Today the Lib Dems...

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Theresa May has U-turned on Brexit. How can we trust her?

Can you believe that’s the same Theresa May?

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Rising star of Conservatives defects to the Lib Dems

Azi Ahmed, who stood for the Conservative Party at the last election, introduced Vince Cable who gave a speech on the economy and Brexit in London today.

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The Economist backs the Liberal Democrats

The Economist has endorsed the Liberal Democrats one week out from polling day. It says they “consider a vote for the Lib Dems as a down-payment for the future.”

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Five times Tim Farron showed he was the TV debate winner

In last night’s leaders’ debate, Tim Farron did what he always does: he held the other parties’ feet to the fire.

With style and substance, he called them out on their failures and communicated a positive vision for Britain’s future.

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Tim Farron wins the BBC TV debate

Tim Farron came out on top of tonight's debate showing that he is the voice for those people who want a brighter future than Theresa May's cold, mean-spirited vision for Britain.

He will stand up for the people of Britain on Brexit, the NHS and schools.

Ed Davey, Liberal Democrat Campaign Spokesperson, said: "Tim Farron is a leader with principles and...

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