The Liberal Democrats believe Britain's future is brightest within the European Union. We accept not everything about it is perfect, but the facts speak for themselves. Here are six of them:
Fact 1. Over 3 million UK jobs are linked to our trade with the EU - that's one in every ten UK jobs. S...
We are delighted to welcome Tim Farron MP as the new leader of the Liberal Democrats, say Millicent Scott from Hammersmith and Simon Bailey from Fulham. We felt so inspired by his first speech to the party as our leader. Here it is in full.
The 2015 general election was a triumph for the Conservatives. Before the exit polls on 7th May no one foresaw a Tory majority. So how did it happen?In the weeks since the election there has been much speculation: Did Ed Miliband fail as a leader? Did Tory spending buy the vote? Should UKIP and t...
In Government, Liberal Democrats delivered on front-page commitments like raising the Income Tax threshold and investing in the poorest schoolchildren through the Pupil Premium.
But our mission has only just begun. You can't build the future we want in just five years.
For the first time, this...
The Liberal Democrats believe that our political system needs a total overhaul. Too much power lies in the hands of too few people. Decisions are taken too far away from those they affect.
I've spent 10 years campaigning for better Citizenship education and more voter engagement in our democrati...
Liberal Democrats are calling for a new Digital Rights Bill to be introduced within the first six months of the next Parliament.
Parliamentary Candidate in Hammersmith, Millicent Scott says,
The ways in which we use the internet for social interaction, shopping, banking and browsing are changing ...
The final Budget of this Parliament has Liberal Democrat policies at its core.
The Budget confirms that Liberal Democrats in government are building a stronger economy and a fairer society, creating opportunity for everyone.
In government we have ensured that Britain has kept on the path to reco...
Labour's plan to cap maximum tuition fees to £6,000 is deeply regressive. Under their plans only the wealthiest graduates would benefit.