Recent updates

  • 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.

  • Graham Reed - Moor View
    Article: Feb 10, 2019

    I stood as the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Plymouth Sutton and Devonport Constituency in 2015 and for Moor View in 2017. I am delighted to have another chance to represent you, the residents within the City. I am lifelong supporter of liberal values and have always fought for these basic, core principals and goals: a fairer voting system to ensure everyone has a true democratic representation; a strong and competent economy, a sustainable Environment, good housing, proper education and health care for all of us. I strongly support co-operative owned businesses and Societies and am a director for Tamar Energy Community, an energy-saving co-op in Tavistock that is fighting Climate Change.

  • Sima Davarian
    Article: Feb 2, 2019

    I am delighted to be the Liberal Democrat parliamentary spokesperson for South West Devon, in addition to standing for Plymstock Dunstone in the local elections this May.

    I have been an active member of the Liberal Democrats since 2010. During this time I have been involved in a number of local and national campaigns, and also stood as a local council candidate.

  • ALDC
    Article: Jan 24, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats were the most successful UK party at making net by-election gains in 2018, with the Tories and Labour both making net losses. A full review of can be found on the ALDC website here.

    During 2019, Lib Dems across the UK will continue to re-establish the party as a rational, pragmatic choice, in the face of an increasingly unstable and fractured Tory and Labour party. Our 2019 campaigning in Plymouth will be underway imminently, so we will keep you updated.

  • Brexit-Meeting
    Article: Jan 18, 2019

    About 250 people attended Luke's 9th Brexit debate in the Guildhall, which was open to everyone. The MP for Plymouth Sutton & Devonport gave his views, informed us of the current situation, heard a range of opinions and ideas and took questions on all aspects of our changing relationship with Europe.

  • christmasdraw
    Article: Nov 9, 2018

    Tickets are now on sale for our 2018 Christmas raffle draw. You could win one of 30 tremendous prizes, including a £2,000 holiday voucher. Tickets cost just £1.00 each and are also open to family and friends.

    The Plymouth Lib Dems is a volunteer run organisation, so the Lib Dem draw is a great way to support us.

  • Jim and Vince
    Article: Sep 26, 2018

    Here is a brief summary of the recent party Conference in Brighton, from our local party Chair.

    'I spent two days at Conference moving swiftly between the two venues to attend various speeches and learning events. For me the highlights have to be the speeches from three Liberal Democrat MP's.

    Tom Brake exposed the chaos surrounding Brexit and encouraged MPs of all persuasions to call for a People's Vote if they saw that their constituents would be harmed by the outcome of negotiations.

  • Article: Sep 26, 2018

    Our website has been a little quiet lately, but that is not to say that the Plymouth Lib Dems haven't been busy.

    Following an increase in votes at the Stoke by-election in July, we have been putting our plan together for the 2019 local elections (not to mention the ever looming possibility of an early general election). Also, August saw the local party joining up with colleagues from Devon and Cornwall to take part in Plymouth Pride, joining the march and running a stall.