This weekend (27th - 29th September) Bournemouth Liberal Democrats will be finalising the selection of our two parliamentary candidates for the general election which can now only be weeks away.
Party members in Bournemouth West and Bournemouth East have been invited to constituency meetings to quiz their parliamentary hopefuls and to find out more about the campaign that lies ahead.
We will be announcing our succesful candidates as soon as their selection and approval has been confirmed.
Tories don't understand the urgency of the school funding crisis.
Responding to this evening’s announcement on schools funding by Boris Johnson, Liberal Democrat Shadow Education Secretary Layla Moran MP said:
“The Tories don't understand the urgency of the school funding crisis. All credit to the parents and teachers who took to the streets to make the Government do its homework on schools funding. But as schools must wait until 2020 to see any new cash, it doesn’t get full marks.
Like millions of people right across the United Kingdom, we at Bournemouth Liberal Democrats are outraged at Boris Johnson's move to prorogue Parliament. We will be joining forces with Dorset for Europe and campaigners from other political parties to make our views known this Saturday, 31st August at 11am in Bournemouth Square.
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Responding to Boris Johnson’s announcement that he will ask the Migration Advisory Committee to review “an Australian-style points based system” for immigration, Liberal Democrat Home Affairs Spokesperson Ed Davey said:
“The likes of Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage like to talk about an ‘Australian-style’ immigration system because it sounds tough. But as with most things Johnson says, it’s actually completely meaningless.
Bournemouth Liberal Democrats are delighted to congratulate Jo Swinson on becoming the new leader of the Liberal Democrats.
The Liberal Democrats have reached out to MPs from across the political spectrum in a bid to form a ‘No to No-Deal’ coalition ahead of the Conservative Party leadership contest.
The move comes as a host of Conservative Party leadership hopefuls, including Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab, have said they would be willing to leave the EU without a deal if they become Prime Minister.
Following hot on the heels of recent success in the BCP Council elections, Bournemouth Liberal Democrats have been celebrating again.
BCP Council's new Unity Alliance cabinet positions have been announced. With representatives from a range of differing groups the Unity Alliance has set itself the target of raising the standard of cooperation, openess and accountability in local government.
BCP Council's newly formed "Unity Alliance" administration has announced it will be holding a review of a number of "arms length" companies set up by the previous Conservative-run Bournemouth Borough Council.