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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: Aug 11, 2019
    By Leicester Liberal Democrats

    The Leicester City Council currently have an Open Consultation regarding the Statement of Community Involvement; the first since 2014.

    Full details can be found in the link below:


  • Article: Aug 11, 2019
    By Leicester Liberal Democrats

    Leicester City Council have a consultation until September 5th regarding New Walk Character Appraisal and Management Plan.

    Details are contained within the link below:


  • Article: Aug 11, 2019
    By Leicester Liberal Democrats Dining Night Team

    As Election period is over, the Leicester Liberal Democrats can confirm the next Leicester Liberal Democrats Dining Night will take place on Tuesday 20th August at the Kayal Herb, 96 Granby Street, Leicester LE1 1DJ.

    Please email Dining.Night@Leicester-libdems.org.uk to reserve a place.

    Please advise by Saturday 17th August.

  • Event: Sep 19, 2019 7:00 PM
    The Ale Wagon, Charles Street, Leicester

    Join us for the monthly Liberal Drinks get together as usual at the Ale Wagon, Charles, Street Leicester from 7pm on Thursday December 20th 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

  • Bill Newton Dunn
    Article: Jul 18, 2019
    By Bill Newton Dunn

    Met for the first time this month in Strasbourg.

    My First Day Back:

    Being back is like returning to a school after being sent away for failing the exams. The buildings are the same but 60% of the other kids are new. I find I'm looked upon as the kind of father figure, being the longest serving MEP in the whole of Europe.

  • Event: Oct 3, 2019 5:00 PM
    The Town Hall

    The Leicester City Council website advises a Full Council Meeting of its members will take place on Thursday October 3rd, 2019 at 5pm at the Town Hall.

  • Article: Jun 16, 2019
    By Nitesh Dave

    The Leicester Liberal Democrats now have their own Twitter Account.

    Follow us at https://mobile.twitter.com/LeicesterLibdem

  • Article: Jun 16, 2019

    In the UK currently seven million people are carers. That is one in ten people and the figure is only rising as demographics change and people live longer with more disabilities and illnesses.

    Three in five of us will be carers at one point or another in our lives.

    That is why it is so important this week, Carers Week, that we understand and recognise the contribution carers make to society.

  • Article: Jun 16, 2019
    By Sir Ed Davey MP

    I'm running to be Leader of the Liberal Democrats - but your choice could be about far more than simply who leads our Party.

    The tectonic plates of British Politics are shifting, and its the most volatile I have seen it in my lifetime. With the Liberal Democrats on 20% in the polls, two main Parties crumbling from the inside, and a re-alignment of political allegiances across the country, we have a golden opportunity to cement our place as the leading force of Remain.

  • Article: Jun 16, 2019

    This month is Pride month. This year, June is also 50 years on from the pivotal Stonewall riots. We've come a long way, yet still couples in Northern Ireland are still denied the right to marry the person that they love.

    Internationally, huge progress has been made when it comes to the rights and freedoms of LGBT+ people. Just this summer, Taiwan became the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage while Botswana decriminalised homosexuality in a landmark ruling. But we still have so far to go. In the UK many LGBT+ people still face a grim reality in which discrimination, both socially and in the eyes of the law, blights their everyday reality. The shocking image of a young lesbian couple covered in blood having been subjected to violence on a bus in London this month was a stark reminder that bigotry and prejudice persist.