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    • Document: Mar 22, 2018
      4.51 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document

      Leeds Liberal Democrats believe that it is essential that the communities that get to vote for them should know clearly what their plans are and be able to hold them to account for them.

      To achieve this we are publishing this manifesto for all voters to look at and help them to make decision about how to vote on May 3rd.

      Please share as widely as possible!!!

    • Roundhay Lib Dems
      Article: Mar 13, 2018

      On the 3rd May Leeds goes to the polls, we have a chance once again to make a real difference and enhance the number of strong, competent councillors in the city. The Liberal Democrats are in a better place than they have been for some time, including in Leeds North East and East.

      If you want to make a difference and help change the city then please sign up to this site and you will beging receiving updates, if you want to learn more about our candidates then this will be available shortly.

    • Survey: Nov 15, 2017
      5 questions

      We want to hear from you! How could we improve our area? What are your concerns and how can we help?

      - Chris, Ian and your local Lib Dem team

    • Survey: Oct 25, 2017
      14 questions

      The Liberal Democrats are working hard to improve Leeds, we are keen to learn more about the issues that affect you and our local area so that we can work on behalf of and with the community to enhance everyones experience of where we live.

      If you would be willing to fill in our survey, which should only take aroun 10 minutes we would be very grateful.

    • Petition: Jun 21, 2017

      The General Election in June 2017 was hard fought in Leeds North East, but ultimately won by a considerable distance by Labour and Fabian Hamilton MP.

      During the campaign as I stood alongside him Fabian made repeated commitments about his stance on EU citizens and preference for a Soft Brexit. This is something that undoubtably led to a large number of voters feeling comfortable voting for Labour in Leeds North East, so as to resist the Hard Tory Brexit that would have a catastrophic effect on the public sector and make austerity worse.