VOTE LIB DEM TO CHANGE OUR COUNTRY'S DIRECTION ON JUNE 8TH

On June 8th, we will have a crucial chance to determine the direction of our country's future.

Under the Tories, our future is one of chronic under-investment in our schools and NHS, house prices spiralling further out of reach of young people, rising consumer prices, falling wages and job losses as the economic disaster of Brexit begins to bite, and a society that ceases to care about the most vulnerable: the homeless, the disabled and the elderly.

If that's not what you want for your family then vote Liberal Democrat on June 8th for a party that will:

  • Deliver a "costed and believable" £48bn package for our NHS, funded by a penny on income tax and £7bn into our schools
  • Invest £1.2bn in our police and boost our armed forces personnel, instead of cut after cut
  • Fight to protect our jobs and industries by staying in the Single Market and giving YOU the choice over any Brexit deal, including the right to vote Remain
  • Build the affordable housing our country so desperately needs along with the proper infrastructure required support these new communities
  • Take climate change, sustainability and air pollution seriously, investing in the green energies of the future

The Conservatives are taking voters for granted, pushing through ideologically-driven policies such as privitisation and hard Brexit that serve the interests of the few. It's time we send a message that we want a UK that is fair, open, tolerant and united.

Only the Liberal Democrats can hold the Conservatives to account, as the distinctive and strong Opposition this country so desperately needs.

Meet Our Parliamentary Candidates:

  • Jo Hayes
    Article: Apr 25, 2017

    About Jo Hayes, the Liberal Democrat prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Witham

    Jo was born in Colchester, grew up near the edge of Witham Constituency and was educated at local schools. She is a barrister with chambers in London and is very familiar with commuting by train on the Great Eastern Mainline.

  • Peter Turner
    Article: Apr 25, 2017

    About Peter Turner, Liberal Democrat prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Braintree:

    Essex born and bred, Peter lives in Long Melford just across the border into Suffolk. Peter is a Director of an Ofsted rated "outstanding" fostering agency based in North Essex and he also works as an independent social worker. More recently he became director of a local football club and when time allows you will find him walking in the local countryside.

    Peter has devoted much of his life to public service including over twenty years as a district and parish councillor in Black Notley.. He was also director of a pioneering adoption and fostering charity and managed the first local authority "adoption shop" and developed a range of services for disabled children and their families. He has also worked in London's former docks, gas and timber industries and for a film company.

    Volunteering has also come naturally to Peter being an ex-school governor, advocate, Samaritan volunteer and trustee of local charities.

    Gillian Collings Constituency Chair commented, "At a time when people are somewhat cynical of politicians it is good to work with someone with such integrity and life experience. Peter is a very principled individual and proud of his liberal values."

    Peter has contested Braintree Constituency for the Liberal Democrats twice before and came a very respectable third.

    Peter said, "A cross party approach to planning Health and Social Care is vital. Similar to Housing and Education key public services have become victims of political
    dogma. We need to take an objective sensible long term view instead of political point scoring."

    Click here to get in touch with Peter

HOW TO HELP


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