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  • Article: Aug 21, 2020

    Members of the Bromsgrove Lib Dems will be joining a socially distanced cross-party rally to demand a fairer voting system on Saturday at the Lickey Hills Car Park on Monument Lane at 3PM.

    Local organiser Dr David Nicholl said: "The UK is one of only three countries out of 43 in Europe who use First Past the Post. All the other countries use some form of Proportional Representation which leads to greater diversity, more women in Parliament and higher voter turn-out."

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    Article: Aug 17, 2020

    Reacting the news that local MP Sajid Javid has taken up a role as a senior advisor at the bank JPMorgan, Bromsgrove Lib Dems have called for Mr Javid to prioritise the people of Bromsgrove or stand aside.

    Local resident and Lib Dem campaigner Sam Evans said: "Bromsgrove needs a full-time MP who is committed to representing constituents and looking after our best interests all the time. I congratulate Sajid on taking up his new job, however he must put the people of Bromsgrove first ahead of his new banking role or stand aside."

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    Article: Aug 11, 2020

    Reacting to Worcestershire County Council's disappointing red lines on active travel, Bromsgrove Lib Dems have challenged the ruling Conservative group to be more ambitious.

    Journalist and TV presenter Jeremy Vine drew attention to the County Council's red lines of 'no loss of road space' and 'no loss of parking spaces', by saying "I'm hoping this is a joke of some sort."

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    Article: Aug 6, 2020

    Bromsgrove Lib Dems have issued a call for services to be protected from cuts as it was revealed that Government support does not cover the council's losses and extra costs associated with the pandemic.

    A recent paper submitted to the Overview and Scrutiny Board suggested that the shortfall in the council's finances could be as much as £1m.

  • Article: Jul 30, 2020

    Reacting to the news that former Ukip and Brexit party leader Nigel Farage visited Bromsgrove to film a video criticising local residents seeking asylum, local campaigner and spokesperson for the Bromsgrove Lib Dems Sam Evans said: "hate is not welcome here".

    He added: "Whilst we understand concerns about illegal immigration, it is unacceptable that Mr Farage should travel to Bromsgrove to make a video criticising people temporarily housed here for safety reasons due to the pandemic. These people are not illegal immigrants and are legitimately housed in our local area whilst awaiting a decision on their status. Due to UK law they are prohibited from working in the UK."