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We are the Liberal Democrat Regional Party covering Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancaster, Merseyside and Greater Manchester.

  • Article: Nov 30, 2020

    The Liberal Democrat gain this week in Scotland was part of the final contests of the year. Which means we can also tally up the net score for each party during 2020. It's the Lib Dems who come out on top:

    • Liberal Democrats: net 4 seats gained
    • SNP: net 1 seat lost
    • Labour: net 2 seats lost
    • Conservatives: net 2 seats lost
  • Article: Nov 28, 2020

    The coronavirus crisis has shone a new spotlight on the issue of child hunger, with demand for food banks soaring and almost a fifth of households with children unable to access enough food in the first weeks of lockdown.

    The Government has repeatedly overlooked the needs of children from low-income families.

  • Article: Nov 26, 2020

    26th November 1867: Lily Maxwell becomes the first woman to vote in a British parliamentary election.

    She voted for Liberal candidate Jacob Bright, who was pro- women's suffrage, in a by-election for the Manchester constituency. Lily had been put on the registers by mistake, but her vote was not crucial as Bright secured a majority of around 2,000 - gaining the seat from the Conservatives.

  • Jo Conchie
    Article: Nov 24, 2020

    Jo Conchie will be the Lib Dem candidate in the upcoming Police & Crime Commissioner election for Cheshire.

    She provided a lifeline for the elderly marooned at home during the coronavirus pandemic and received a national award.

    She was named Most Inspiring Rural Community Campaigner in the Community Champions in a Hall of Fame which honours unsung heroes who have helped the most vulnerable in the UK.

  • Mark Pack
    Article: Nov 19, 2020
    By Mark Pack

    Disability History Month is an important opportunity to remember how far we have come in the battle for disability rights and equality writes Lib Dem Party President Mark Pack.

    There is still a long road ahead to ensure equality and inclusion for disabled people.

    It is also a time to honour those who have led the way forward, defied stereotypes and contributed so much to the success of our country.

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