Liberal Democrat Newswire #145 came out last week, looking at the wrong, and the right, question to ask about Brexit. … Read the full post »
Edward Davey was the Liberal Democrat MP for Kingston and Surbiton 1997-2015 and served as a Cabinet minister during the Coalition government. He regained his seat in 2017.
After standing unsuccessfully for the party leadership in 2019, he was elected party leader in 2020, defeating Layla Moran.
In the face of rising coronavirus deaths, Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey has called for a national lockdown in England, along with additional support for businesses and local communities. … Read the full post »
Here’s the new film from the Liberal Democrats, featuring Ed Davey talking about the party’s opposition to Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrats have announced that they will vote against Boris Johnson’s “threadbare” deal because it is “bad for jobs, business, security, and our environment”. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrats have declared that the Conservatives’ Brexit deal is “threadbare” and “bad for jobs, business, security, and our environment”. … Read the full post »
In many respects, 2020 is unprecedented. In one, though, events are rather are familiar. Public services under huge pressure. A right wing Conservative government. A Labour Party that has lost four general election in a row now under a new leader. A Liberal Democrat party recovering from a disappointing general election. Emerging efforts at forming new cross-party coalitions against the Conservatives. It’s all very 1990s. … Read the full post »
The Shirley Williams Lectures will offer a platform to specialists from a range of fields to share their ideas and vision for the future. … Read the full post »
Ed Davey has slammed the Government for failing to build a plan to “bring the virus under control and keep people safe” and warned that Ministers must address growing concerns before his Party can vote for the new system. … Read the full post »
Carers – paid and unpaid, young and old – do a remarkable and important job. They deserve our support but are far too often forgotten and ignored. … Read the full post »
“Priti Patel has broken the Ministerial Code. Boris Johnson should have sacked her” – Ed Davey. … Read the full post »