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Welcome to the Leicester City Liberal Democrats Website

The Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society, in which we seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no-one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity.

Recent updates

  • Event: May 25, 2018 7:00 PM
    Tatra East European Restaurant, 1 Newport Place, Northampton Stree, Leicester.

    Why not join the Leicester City Liberal Democrats at May's Dining Night with an East European cuisine experience at Tatra Bar and Restaurant 1, Newport Place, Northampton Street, Leicester at 7.00pm on Friday May 25th?

    The Tatra Bar and Restaurant is a family run business with a Czech and Slovak influence.

  • Article: May 9, 2018

    Local Lib Dems are celebrating a remarkable swing of nearly 24% from the Conservatives in Thursday's Stoney Stanton and Croft by-election.

    The Lib Dem candidate Danny Findlay took the party from a distant third on just 9% last year to a strong second on over 32% this time. The Conservative vote fell by over 24%.

  • Article: May 6, 2018
    By Aylestone Ward Liberal Democrats

    As the Labour controlled council propose plans to open up Putney Road at its junction with Aylestone Road, local people in Aylestone are concerned this new road scheme will have a detrimental effect on the community in terms of extra traffic, congestion and pollution. Cyclists and pedestrians could be less safe and journey times will increased due to the additional junction on Aylestone Road.

  • Eyres Monsell Post Office (Scott Kennedy-Lount)
    Article: May 6, 2018
    By Tony Faithfull-Wright

    Six months after Liberal Democrat Candidate and Eyres Monsell resident Tony Faithfull-Wright secured 30% of the vote in Eyres Monsell's by-election he has called upon Labour run Leicester City Council to work tirelessly for a solution in the stalemate of the development in The Exchange and the current Post Office arrangements citing the open and derilict position as both a security risk and an access problem.

  • Phil Knowles at Hospital
    Article: May 5, 2018
    By Philip Knowles

    'Harborough Ambulance Provision and Shared Blue Light Services - Future Looks Positive

    that's the initial comments from Health Campaigner Phil Knowles following a top-level meeting

    in Market Harborough.

    Only weeks ago Phil Knowles 'broke the news' that the current Market Harborough Ambulance Station was up for sale and that urgent assurances were needed in respect of the future of the Ambulance Service provision. Cllr Knowles confirmed at the same time that he had been told that the closure of the old site would see a joint use by the Ambulance Service with Police at the current Market Harborough Police Station. Bosses from EMAS asked Cllr Knowles for a meeting to discuss his concerns and to outline the plans.

  • Article: May 5, 2018
    By Carol Weaver

    All across the country Lib Dems gained seats in Thursday's local elections. We actually gained 75 councillors in total and more than any other party including Labour which only managed 59. Four councils were gained - South Cambridgeshire, Three Rivers, Kingston and Richmond. Amazing results!

    Vince Cable wrote, "Today we're enjoying our best set of local election results in a decade."

    Pollsters estimate our share of the vote was 16% with Labour and the Conservatives at 35% each. The Green party also did well and analysts put much of the success of the Lib Dems and the Greens down to being anti-Brexit (as well as much hard work).

  • Article: May 5, 2018

    On Thursday, England went to the polls in the local elections - and going in the pundits weren't exactly predicting a great night for us:

  • Article: May 5, 2018
    By Scott Kennedy-Lount

    Details of this months Dining Night to be held on Friday May 25th


  • Phil Knowles
    Article: Apr 24, 2018
    By Philip Knowles

    Dear All,

    A year is a long time in politics but every day certainly counts.David Chalmers, a fellow member of the Member of the LDEG executive, has written the below letter to his MP about the vote in the Commons on Thursday about remaining in the Customs Union. Perhaps you might want to email something similar to your MP reflecting the adverse consequences of Brexit within your area.

  • Event: Jun 21, 2018 7:00 PM
    The Ale Wagon, Charles Street, Leicester (on the corner with Rutland Street)

    Join us for the monthly Liberal Drinks get together at the Ale Wagon, Charles, Street Leicester from 7pm on Thursday 19th January and subsequently every 3rd Thursday of every month thereafter.

    Dates for Liberal Drinks 2018:

    February 15

    March 15

    April 19

    May 17

    June 21

    July 19

    August 16

    Sept 20

    October 18

    November 15