Members of Bournemouth Liberal Democrats joined hundreds of other Lib Dems in London on Saturday 3rd September.
Liberal Democrats in Bournemouth's Kinson North ward celebrated a steady improvement in their position last week. Whilst Labour capitalised on a collapse in the UKIP vote, they narrowly missed out on defeating the Conservatives. Liberal Democrats, however, overtook the Green Party in the ward with some areas polling as high as 19% on the day.
Candidate Stephen Ward was encouraged by his first experience of standing for election and is looking forward to running again when this seat is fought again in 2019.
We are delighted to announce that Stephen Plant has been selected to fight the Kinson North by-election on behalf of Bournemouth Liberal Democrats.
Bournemouth Liberal Democrats have been running a campaign to tackle cyber-bullying for several months now. In the light of this we welcome the appointment of Jake Moore as Dorset's new Cyber-Crime Prevention Officer.
We hope Jake's appointment will prove positive in the fight against all varieties of cyber-crime, including cyber-bullying and harrassment.
By Sam Barratt ; July 22, 2016
The Liberal Democrats have slammed the Government for slipping out an announcement that Cedars pre-departure accommodation is to close.
It raises the prospect of children once again being held in immigration detention centres – a practice ended by the Liberal Democrats in Government.
Bournemouth Liberal Democrats have welcomed Nick Clegg's return to the party's front bench where he will serve as Europe Spokesman.
Bournemouth Liberal Demcrats were out in force at Bournemouth's "Bourne Free" Pride Festival.
"...the Liberal Democrats will fight the next election on a clear and unequivocal promise to restore Britain’s prosperity and role in the world, with the United Kingdom in the European Union, not outside it." (Tim Farron)
Thousands have joined the Liberal Democrats since the close of the EU referendum polls on Thursday.
They have joined us because we are fighting for an open, optimistic, liberal, diverse, and tolerant Britain.
Speaking following the referendum result, Leader of the Liberal Democrats Tim Farron said:
“I’m devastated and I am angry. Today we wake to a deeply divided country.
“Nigel Farage’s vision for Britain has won this vote, but it is not a vision I share.
“Young people voted to remain by a considerable margin, but were out voted. They were voting for their future, yet it has been taken from them.
“Even though the result was close, there is no doubt that the majority of British people want us to leave.
“Our fight for an open, optimistic, hopeful, diverse and tolerant Britain is needed now more than ever.
“Together we can still make the case for Britain’s future with Europe, as millions of people voted for it. Together we cannot afford to let that vision to die.
Liberal Democrats from across Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch came together to welcome the #INtogether "battlebus" as it visted the head quarters of LUSH Cosmetics today.