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  • manifesto
    Article: May 12, 2019

    Join the winning team

    Following our record-breaking victories in the recent council elections, and our clear EU election polling as the leading party of remain, we would love you to join us. Alternatively, you could become a supporter and help out with the forthcoming European Elections and beyond. The EU elections have never been more important than they are right now.

  • Team
    Article: May 11, 2019

    Plymouth Lib Dems are campaigning in the South West with a clear Stop Brexit message for the EU elections. Today a group of us helped in Totnes, canvassing and running a street stall with leading candidate Caroline Voaden. We have lots more planned in Plymouth and beyond, with members out canvassing and leafleting. We had a great response from residents and members of the public. The fact that we are polling so well, proves that we are the leading remain party. It is clear that the Lib Dems represent the best choice for voters who would like to remain a member of the EU.

  • EU
    Article: May 11, 2019

    Our campaigning for the EU elections is well underway, with a clear remain message. We have a great shortlist of candidates in the South West and Gibraltar constituency, with Caroline Voaden number 1 on the list. Caroline has previously stood as Parliamentary candidate in SW Devon.

    In Plymouth, we are out canvassing and delivering leaflets. We are also helping the wider region with activity in areas such as South Hams and Totnes.

  • Thank you
    Article: May 3, 2019

    With the 2019 Council Elections over, I want to thank all members, supporters and those electors who voted Liberal Democrat. A particularly special message of thanks is due to all those who helped to deliver the Liberal Democrat message in Plymstock and Compton.

    Finally, thanks to all our candidates, some of whom have achieved very encouraging results.

  • local elections
    Article: Apr 27, 2019

    Our team of local members have been out campaigning over the last few weeks; dressed for all four seasons and spreading the liberal message. Our local policies include stopping tree loss, action on polluting vehicle emissions, helping the homeless, central government funding of the Tamar Bridge, and (of course) continuing our fight for a people's vote on the final Brexit deal.

  • Sima Davarian
    Article: Apr 15, 2019

    Plymstock Dunstone - Sima Davarian

    I'm a Plymothian to my core, having been born in Freedom Fields Hospital. I'm really proud of my diverse family background, with my maternal roots being traceable to Ireland and Germany, and my father having emigrated here from Iran several decades ago.

    My childhood was based in Plymstock and I attended local primary and secondary schools before reading English Literature at Cardiff University. I have been fortunate enough to travel in some wonderful countries but Plymouth has always had my heart.

  • Document: Apr 10, 2019
    1.96 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    We are delighted to share our manifesto for the 2019 Plymouth City Council local elections.

  • PV4
    Article: Mar 25, 2019

    On Saturday 23rd March, a team of Plymouth Lib Dems joined party members from across the country at the Put It To The People (People's Vote) March. Over 1 million people took part in the event, making it a historically huge demonstration. With the government in a state of crisis, and the opinion of the public contuing to shift, a People's Vote on Brexit is more important than ever.

  • Tamar Bridge
    Article: Mar 20, 2019

    Plymouth Lib Dems are joining Cornwall Lib Dems to campaign for Central Government to fund the Torpoint Ferry and Tamar Bridge.

    We are calling on the Government to adopt the Tamar Bridge and Ferries, abolish the tolls and fund the crossings through general taxation.

    Sign the petition here to join our fight for a fair deal.

  • Paul Andrews
    Article: Feb 18, 2019

    Dr Paul Andrews has been a South Devon based GP for the last twelve years. He moved nearer to the family home in Devon after eight years of service as a Medical Officer in the RAF. As a civilian he has worked in the Devonport Royal Naval dockyard and with each of the Plymouth based Royal Marine Commando units. He has also worked as a local GP and in NHS hospitals.