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  • Article: Jan 20, 2021

    Farmers across the country are worried about their future - they're worried that the UK will be flooded with poor quality food that undercuts the goods they produce to high environmental and animal welfare standards.

    Liberal Democrats back British farmers.

    The Conservatives have continually failed to protect our farmers from these risks.

  • Article: Jan 6, 2021
    By Ed Davey - Leader of the Liberal Democrats

    It is clear that this is a bad deal that will make people's lives poorer.

    Liberal Democrats will vote against this deal

    So the Liberal Democrats will vote against it.

    This botched deal leaves the services sector in limbo and is the only 'free' trade deal in history to put up barriers and increase red tape, bringing long delays and higher costs.

  • Article: Jan 6, 2021
    By Ed Davey - Leader of the Liberal Democrats

    Boris Johnson has completely lost control of the Covid-19 crisis.

    Boris Johnson's dither and delay continues to cost lives and livelihoods

    This government has abdicated its key responsibility, which is to make the tough decisions for the future good of the country. Over and over again, Boris Johnson has ducked the hard choices.

  • Article: Dec 6, 2020

    In reading this report, you may notice a certain similarity with previous reports. That is deliberate and, I hope, welcome. Because a relentless focus on priorities is required to ensure our party best helps people win, taking political power to turn our policies into improvements in people's lives. Trying to do too much means you end up doing nothing much at all.

  • Article: Nov 3, 2020

    People all over the UK are worried about their future.

    Too many people have already lost their jobs because of the Government's failure to plan

    COVID cases are increasing, we're facing another lockdown, and businesses can't plan for the future when the government will only extend the furlough scheme for a month.