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  • Article: Jul 25, 2016

    Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) is the organisation responsible for treating mental illness in Suffolk and Norfolk. This is a service that is currently in Special Measures, making it the first and only mental health trust in the country to be put into this. Even more worrying is the recent announcement that 90 jobs are set to be cut across the trust.

  • Article: Jul 20, 2016
    In The Independent

    Exclusive: Lib Dem leader in talks with Labour and Greens as Brexit crisis ushers in 'historic opportunity' to build a new alliance

    Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has indicated that the calamitous environment of British politics presents an "historic opportunity" to build a new political party or alliance on the centre-left, involving both the Labour Party and his own MPs.

  • Article: Jul 9, 2016

    To all our new members and supporters... Welcome!

    The UK political scene is in a period of considerable change, and the future is very uncertain. However, the support for our party is growing rapidly. If you're a former member looking to rejoin, somebody who has always supported us but never joined, somebody who has been moved by the recent EU referendum, or anyone who is a true Liberal; then we would love for you to join us today.

  • Tim Farron in Whitehall
    Article: Jul 9, 2016

    "Far from being Bush's passenger, Blair was his co-pilot in taking this catastrophic decision which has destabilised Iraq, provided the hotbed for Daesh and tarnished Britain's reputation around the word."

    "Daesh has arisen from the complete absence of any post conflict planning by the government.

    "Charles Kennedy's judgement has been vindicated in every respect. I hope those in the Labour and Conservative parties who were so forceful in their criticism of him and the Liberal Democrats at the time are equally forceful in their acknowledgements today that he was right. An absence of scrutiny by the Conservative party opened the door for Blair and the Labour Government to pursue a counter-strategic, ill-resourced campaign.

  • Article: Jun 27, 2016

    I am devastated and I am angry. Today we woke to a deeply divided country.

    Nigel Farage's vision for Britain has won this vote, but it is not a vision I accept.

    An institution that we built, that delivered peace, that promoted equality, kept us safe and opened the doors of opportunity, will no longer play part of Britain's future.

  • Document: Jun 27, 2016
  • Document: Jun 6, 2016
  • Article: May 6, 2016

    We are delighted to anounce that Oliver Holmes has been elected as Councillor to St Margaret's ward. We know he will do an excellent job, and we wish to thank all our loyal voters in the ward for helping us to achieve this victory. Oliver's full contact details will appear on this site in due course, but in the meantime he can be emailed via oliver.holmes@ipswichlibdems.org.uk or you can continue to contact Cllr Inga Lockington in the usual way.

  • Nick Clegg
    Article: Apr 27, 2016

    Today I want to talk about Britain's two most important relationships: with our neighbours in Europe; and our cousins in the United States.

    As those descriptions suggest, the two relationships are very different. They are born of different circumstances and have been tested by different pressures. They provoke different emotions in the minds of British citizens. But they are intimately linked.

  • Tim Farron in Lesvos
    Article: Apr 24, 2016

    Ahead of the key vote on Monday on whether the UK should offer sanctuary to 3,000 child refugees, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has written to every MP calling on them to put party politics aside and 'stand up for humanity'.

    The Government last week tried to buy off MPs with a proposal to take up to 3,000 additional people including children from Syria and North Africa over four years, but this will not help one of the thousands of children in Europe today.