Statement by Richard Morris on the suspension of Parliament

Boris Johnson’s recent action to suspend parliament reaches new depths of duplicity. It undermines the very institution for whose sovereignty he claimed to be fighting in the 2016 referendum. 

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Running down the clock to Brexit

Following Boris Johnson’s fruitless meetings with Merkel and Macron, some commentators argue that he “deserves a chance” to try to reach a Brexit deal.  This is a dangerous delusion designed to undermine opposition to his government and to run the clock down towards 31st October.  

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BREXIT and BORIS

How much longer will we allow ourselves to be governed by a jokey journalist with a ludicrously inflated ego, who poses as a man of principle? 

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Brecon & Radnorshire by-election

The wonderful win for the Lib Dems in the Brecon & Radnorshire by-election is the clearest signal that the country as a whole has no confidence in Boris Johnson’s leadership and rejects the dangerous course that he and the Tory Government are pursuing.  

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Thoughts on New Party Leaders

What a contrast! In Jo Swinson, the Lib Dems have chosen a new leader of integrity, freshness, openness and passionate engagement. The Tories have opted for one driven by unlimited personal ambition and a determination to thwart the will of Parliament.  

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EU Elections 2019

Following the success of local elections in Tonbridge and Malling and the doubling of the number of our Borough Council seats, the Liberal Democrats are looking forward to this month's European Elections

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Medway Ward Local Election Leaflet

Find out about what the Liberal Democrats can do for you in Medway Ward

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Hildenborough Local Election Leaflet

Find out about what the Liberal Democrats can do for you in Hildenborough

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Annual Parish Walk for East Malling

Sunday 7 April 2019

A circular walk from East Malling. 

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Revoke or Extend Article 50

Over a million marched in London; Over 5 million signed the petition (so far...) 

This weekend we marched. We marched together with people from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern-Ireland. Brits in Europe. Europeans in Britain. Expats and Migrants. Young and old. As disparate a group as you could imagine, brought together as Europeans wanting to remain European. Will the march be remembered as the highpoint in an unsuccessful campaign, or the turning point in our European destiny?

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