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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

  • Article: Nov 12, 2017
    By Leicester Liberal Democrats

    An Action Day will take place in Eyres Monsell on Saturday 18th November from 10am in support of local resident Tony Faithfull-Wright, Liberal Democrat Candidate at the By-Election on Thursday 23rd November.

    The meeting point will be the Community Centre on Hillsborough Road/Sturdee Road corner.

    Please contact Tony Faithfull-Wright at tony.faithfull-wright@leicester-libdems.org.uk or contact@leicester-libdems.org.uk for more details.

  • Your design could be here!
    Article: Nov 4, 2017

    Your design here?

    We're asking you to make your mark on our party - by designing our next t-shirt!

    Whatever the design, whatever the inspiration, we want your ideas!

    Our designer will take the three best ideas and help you bring them to life - and you'll then get to vote on which one is your favourite.

  • Event: Dec 21, 2017 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 2017:

    February 16

    March 16

    April 20

    May 18

    June 15

    July 20

    August 17

    Sept 21

    October 18

    November 15

  • Article: Oct 18, 2017
    By Mathew Hulbert

    "Youth Work Saves Lives - Now We Must Save Youth Work"

    Please join us for our chaired panel discussion on the future of Youth Services at our Regional Conference on Saturday 21st October at Southwell Minster School

    The Youth Service, across the country, has seen devastating cuts in recent years, as have youth services more widely. Research has shown that around £387m has been cut from Youth Services by local authorities since 2010. Councils, in turn, blame Central Government for this by referencing the reduced budgets they're having to deal with.

  • Article: Oct 18, 2017
    By Alison Rouse



    The Policy Panel has selected the three policy motions that will be debated at our Regional Conference at Southwell Minster School on Saturday 21st October. They are:

  • Kelham Hall
    Article: Oct 17, 2017
    By Alison Rouse

    Southwell Branch Annual Lunch 2017
    Sunday 29th October - 12noon onwards
    Kelham House Country Manor Hotel, NG23 5QP (opposite Kelham Hall)

    Join members of Southwell Branch for our Annual Lunch! Our keynote speaker is County Councillor and active campaigner, Michael Mullaney

    Kelham House Country Manor Hotel is a lovely venue with an excellent menu. You can select from 2 courses for £21.50; 3 courses for £25.50 Menu choices (below) and payment are needed in advance. Non members welcome.

  • Nigel Porter
    Article: Oct 11, 2017
    By Leicester Liberal Democrats

    The recent Leicester City Council Full Meeting had angry reactions from Members as the Lord Mayor, who Chairs the Council Meetings initiated a 30 second ruling for backbench and opposition members for supplementary questions to City Mayor, Labour's Sir Peter Soulsby.

    Leicester's Liberal Democrat Councillor, Nigel Porter, representing Aylestone Ward has said it is "a restriction intended to protect the Mayor from scrutiny and would ignore it."

  • Article: Oct 2, 2017
    By John Shoesmith

    Brexit isn't either all good or all bad. It's a very complicated mixture - with some good and bad consequences. During the Brexit negotiations it is important that our politicians understand those areas where there is potential for bad things to happen, so that they take care to avoid them.

    One of the most threatened areas is the 'British' motor manufacturing industry. This industry employs 169,000 people in this country, but it is not British owned, nor does it produce cars using only British components. Its owners are from Japan, France, Germany, India, America etc.. It assembles cars using many imported components - 79% of them from the EU.

  • Liberal Democrat Gain
    Article: Oct 1, 2017

    Chesterfield BC, Holmebrook - 21 September 2017

    Lib Dem Keith Falconer 510 [50.0%; +22.1%]

    Labour 435 [42.6%; -8.8%]
    Conservative 62 [6.1%; -7,4%]
    Independent 14 [14.%; +1.4%]
    [Peace Party 0 [0.0%; -7.3%]]
    Turnout 32%
    Percentage changes from 2015
    Lib Dem gain from Labour

    Oadby & Wigston BC, Oadby Uplands - 21 September 2017

    Lib Dem Lily Kaufman 435 [39.0%; +3.3%]
    Labour 384 [34.5%; +1.1%]
    Conservative 295 [26.5%; -4.4%]
    Turnout 33%
    Percentage changes from 2015
    Lib Dem gain from Labour

    Waveney DC, Oulton Broad - 21 September 2017

    Conservative 527 [50.2%; -6.8%]
  • Banner Southwell
    Article: Sep 30, 2017

    Saturday 21st October 2017 - 9:15-4:30pm
    Southwell Minster School, Nottinghamshire


    You can read more information about what's going on at our Regional Conference this year and/or book online by clicking on the link below - when you have submitted your form you will be given the option to pay online or to send a cheque. Due to security requirements we have to ask for individual reservations so that we can make sure you have your access badge when you attend.