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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: Dec 3, 2020

    East Midlands Regional Executive
    Elected Membership for 2021

    • President - Tony Rogers (Derbys)
    Chair - Alison Rouse (Notts)
    Vice Chair - Michael Mullaney (Leics)
    Regional Secretary - Kian Hearnshaw (Lincs)
    Regional Treasurer - Vacancy (expression of interest received post-election)
    Chair, Regional Candidates' Committee - Bob Charlesworth (Notts)
    Chair, Regional Conference Committee - Vacancy (no nomination received)
    Regional Policy Officer - Leon Duveen (Notts)
    Data Officer - Vacancy (no nomination received)

  • Article: Dec 1, 2020
    By L.G.B.T Liberal Democrats & Lib Dem Health and Care Association

    This World AIDs Day we have the opportunity to set ourselves an ambitious but achievable target: to end the transmission of HIV in England by 2030. Published today, the HIV Commission has outlined 20 measures necessary to achieve this worthy goal.

    As Liberal Democrats we have a responsibility to help make sure that we achieve it.

  • Event: Dec 17, 2020 7:00 PM
    The White Horse, London Road

    Due to the current public health situation in England the Liberal Drinks event for March is suspended.

    Once the current situation improves we look forward to you joining us for the monthly Liberal Drinks get together at the old Horse, London Road Leicester from 7pm every 3rd Thursday of every month.

    The White Horse is situated on London Road opposite Victoria Park.

  • Article: Nov 30, 2020
    By Leicester Liberal Democrats

    The current 2021 Leicester Liberal Democrat's Executive Committee will be made up as follows after the first online Annual General Meeting of the local party held last Saturday morning, 28th November:

    Chair: Nitesh Dave

    Vice-Chair: Parmjit Singh Gill

    Secretary: Neville Hunnings

    Treasurer: Scott Kennedy-Lount

  • Article: Nov 30, 2020

    The country is desperate to get life back to normal, particularly given how much has already been sacrificed.

    Time and time again, the Government has squandered the sacrifices the British people have made.

    But time and time again, the Government has squandered the sacrifices the British people have made through Ministers' unbelievable incompetence.

  • Article: Nov 30, 2020

    Today marks Guru Nanak's Gurpurab, which commemorates the birth of the founder of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak.

    Guru Nanak was a significant figure: his message of acceptance, compassion and community remains relevant even today.

    I have seen these values put into action by British Sikhs, be it through the practice of the langar, especially in gurdwaras, or through dedicated service in our schools and emergency services.

  • Article: Nov 29, 2020

    We must do all we can to protect people forced to flee their homes to escape war and persecution.

    That's why, back in September, all Liberal Democrat MPs wrote to the Chancellor and Home Secretary calling for a new long-term commitment to resettle vulnerable refugees in the UK.

    The UK has a proud history of providing sanctuary to those in need.

  • Article: Nov 29, 2020

    With the economic uncertainty caused by the pandemic, the Chancellor needed to ensure today that no one is left behind. That was the litmus test, and he has failed

    In a year when our NHS and care staff, teachers, police officers and many others have gone beyond the call of duty, a pay freeze reveals just how callous the Chancellor truly is.

  • Article: Nov 29, 2020

    Roderick Lynch - Chair of Lib Dem Campaign for Race Equality

    The death of George Floyd has put race and racism firmly on the political agenda. Black Lives really do matter, or do they?

    Whilst people are grieving on the streets, the authorities were working behind the scenes to use legislation to curtail their protesting. Corporate companies and local governments have jumped on board the Black Lives Bandwagon with slogans and statements, however, we need to see deeds not words.

  • Article: Nov 29, 2020

    Countless families are facing serious financial hardship. More than a million people have lost their jobs and the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic will continue to be felt throughout the next year.

    We are also facing serious challenges in deep-seated inequality and the climate emergency.