Stop The Conservatives From Stealing Christmas

Salisbury Liberal Democrats urge the City Council not to ‘cancel Christmas’.

Plans for a small Covid-secure Christmas fayre have been quashed by Conservative City Councillors who refused to contribute to the cost of running a family friendly event for our community.

With no pantomime, ice rink, or switching on of the Christmas lights this year, we urge Salisbury City Council to reconsider this event and not cancel Christmas for Salisbury.

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Lib Dems challenge John Glen MP to oppose PM’s plan to break international law

The Liberal Democrats have today written to John Glen MP and challenged him to oppose Boris Johnson’s attempts to break international law.

The move comes after MPs backed the UK Internal Market Bill at the first hurdle, including Mr Glen. The new law would give the Government the power to override parts of the Brexit agreement with the EU, breaking international law.

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Cross-party cooperation needed for People Friendly Salisbury

I really want People Friendly Salisbury to work. Closing roads and creating a pleasant city centre is lovely but it must come with proper cycle and pedestrian paths, park and ride on Sundays and a solution to the A36.

The lack of buy-in from the city and the outer communities really concerns me. If this goes badly it will delay any opportunities for improvement in the future.

It's ludicrous that a Conservative government, with a Conservative MP, a Conservative council cannot work together to come up with a holistic solution.

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Demand Wiltshire Council Deliver its £100,000 Promise to Wiltshire Air Ambulance

Salisbury Liberal Democrat Councillor, Brian Dalton is demanding Wiltshire Council deliver on its promise to make good the £100,000 loss incurred by the Wiltshire Air Ambulance in responding to the Novichok attack.

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Layla Moran visits Salisbury & South Wilts

Members from Salisbury and a South Wiltshire were delighted to welcome Lib Dem leadership contender Layla Moran MP to our virtual hustings. 

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Ed Davey comes to Salisbury for a Virtual Coffee Morning.

Watch: Ed Davey joined members from Salisbury and South West Wiltshire to take part in a virtual coffee morning.

Hosted by our parliamentary spokespeople Victoria Charleston and Ellen Nicholson, members posed their questions to Ed and heard his views on the General Election Review, the Government handlining of the Covid-19 crisis and more. 

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Considering Art and Debenhams

Debenhams is blot on architecture of Market Square. A thread is running through letters page. Concerns about our excellent Library and the use of the Debenhams site. 

Letters to the Editor: Published in Salisbury Journal 7th May 2020.

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Remembering Mark Duly

It is with sincere regret that Salisbury Liberal Democrats report the sad and premature passing of our long time colleague and friend Mark Duly, peacefully at the Salisbury Hospice on 10th April.

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Covid-19 Support

We live in very difficult times and there is no doubt that the current pandemic is affecting all of us physically, financially, and emotionally. The situation with Coronavirus is changing all the time – with daily updates from the Government and the NHS on the latest advice.

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Salisbury's Place in Europe

For the last four years, the Liberal Democrats fought to stop Brexit. We held street stalls, town hall meetings and we marched in our millions. We were the biggest political party to stand up for your rights, here in Salisbury. Today we stand strong in the knowledge that we did everything we could.

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