Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats demand better for Britain. Data protection:

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Abandoning the 0.7% commitment to international development will mean lives are lost needlessly year after year. The Liberal Democrats will fight to maintain the UK's commitment to the world's poorest

"This is a long-overdue step towards tackling tax avoidance by some of the most profitable companies in the world." "It is crucial we push ahead with these steps in order to prevent tech giants exploiting loopholes in our tax system." - @Cajardine 

Today @laylamoran  asked the Government to set out if British arms exports were used in any way against innocent civilians in the conflict between Israel and Gaza.

Conservative politicians and advisors exchanging claim and counter-claim isn't getting us any closer to the truth. People deserve a proper, public inquiry into the Government's handling of Covid without further delay.

"The UK’s immigration system is broken, and it is hurting everyone. Employers can’t recruit the workers they need, leaving the NHS short of nurses and social care in crisis." - @munirawilson 

Good luck to the @ScotlandNT  team today in their first game of @Euro2020 ! #Scotland  #EUROS20 

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Local staff are leaving the hospitality industry because of the uncertainty caused by this Government's bungled handling of this pandemic. - @laylamoran  #PMQs 

Australia is nine thousand miles away - how are the UK are actually reducing their carbon emissions in their international trade? More from @sarahjolney1  ⬇️

The hospitality sector has been hit by a triple whammy of the pandemic, Brexit and the new immigration system, leaving the industry on its knees. The Prime Minister must back the hospitality sector by introducing a COVID Recovery Visa without delay.


We cannot let China run roughshod over the rights of the people of Hong Kong as the world focuses on coronavirus. #StandWithHongKong  by joining our campaign to demand the UK protect the rights of the people of Hong Kong ?

The very idea of pub passports is deeply illiberal and would burden pubs with more problems. We should be prioritising supporting the pub industry and reviving our freedoms. This does the opposite of both.