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  • Article: Apr 19, 2018

    Liberal Democrat Small Heath candidate Gerry Moynihan has been featured in the Birmingham Mail regarding his campaign to clean up Small Heath Ward.

    You can read the full article here.

  • Article: Apr 18, 2018

    Commenting on the Kings Fund report into social attitudes towards changing how we fund the NHS, Health Spokesperson in the West Midlands, Lee Dargue said:

    "The Liberal Democrats have long argued for a dedicated Health and Care tax, to properly fund our NHS and Care services. The Prime Minister and her cabinet are actively discussing this Liberal Democrats proposal, and the Kings Fund report shows growing public backing. We should introduce this change at the earliest opportunity.

    "We argue that a penny in the pound on income tax, a proposal growing in support by taxpayers. As the NHS approaches its 70th Birthday, we are in urgent need for an immediate increase in funding, and a long-term, sustainable solution to the funding crisis.

    "With a dedicated Health and Care tax, we can ensure people continue to get the care they need, when they need it most. The Liberal Democrats have changed the debate around NHS funding - we need these changes implemented to safeguard our NHS and Care services now, and in the future."

  • Lee Dargue
    Article: Apr 16, 2018

    Responding to the announcement that Jaguar Land Rover have blamed Brexit for the 'slump' that has seen them cut 1,000 jobs, Parliamentary Spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats in Birmingham Ladywood constituency Lee Dargue said:

    "A drop in sales of over a quarter so far in 2018 is a huge loss to Jaguar Land Rover, and the many businesses in the supply chain across Birmingham City Centre and the West Midlands.

  • Lee Dargue
    Article: Apr 12, 2018

    As Liberal Democrats, we believe passionately that local people make the best decisions for their own areas, in consultation with others, including the Police.

    In order for the Police to support our local communities effectively, they need resources such as sufficient funding, the ability to use their powers and a local base of operations. They also need us, as residents, to help them by reporting issues as quickly and effectively as possible.

Birmingham Liberal Democrats