Season's Greetings from Beverley

Season's Greetings from Beverley

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! As another year draws to a close, I have been spending some time reflecting on the past twelve months and looking ahead to all that awaits us in 2018.

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Vince Cable confirmed for Regional Conference

Vince Cable confirmed for Regional Conference

The full line-up of speakers has been announced for the WMLD Regional Conference, 2017. These are: Sir Graham Watson who will be speaking about Europe and answering your questions. Zarah Sultana, Media and Parliamentary Office for MEND. And Sir Vince Cable, Leader of the Liberal Democrats! Bo...

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Vince: Three reasons to be optimistic

Vince: Three reasons to be optimistic

Sir Vince Cable, speaking on July 28 - in a room packed with West Midlands Lib Dems - in Birmingham City University’s Curzon Building (Birmingham Eastside), was warmly welcomed by the 150 members present. Photo Credit: A. Adeyemo He spoke of three reasons why he was feeling optimistic as newly a...

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Birmingham must not be hit by Brexit financial woes

Birmingham must not be hit by Brexit financial woes

Commenting on reports that London could lose it's EU clearing role, and the continuing rise in inflation, Lee Dargue, LibDem Parliamentary Spokesperson for Birmingham Ladywood, said:"We see business beginning to relocate out of Britain to maintain EU in preparation for our exit. Now the Tory and...

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A crash in Nurse applications shows how much we rely on EU citizens.

A crash in Nurse applications shows how much we rely on EU citizens.

Commenting on the alarming figures in nurses from EU countries registering to work in the UK, Liberal Democrat West Midlands Health Spokesperson, and Lee Dargue, said: “Time and again we were told impacts to our local services would happen, over fears of Brexit, were scare-mongering. We see, aga...

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The West Midlands Liberal Democrats are the regional organisation of the English Liberal Democrats. The West Midlands Regional Party is split into 34 geographical local parties and West Midlands Young Liberals.

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