“This is a win for my cross-party campaign to introduce a Coronavirus Compensation Scheme, backed by The Express and The Times newspapers” – Layla Moran … Read the full post »
Layla Moran was elected as the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Oxford West and Abingdon at the 2017 general election, taking the seat off the Conservatives.
She had also contested the seat in 2015, after having previously stood in Battersea and for the London Assembly.
A former maths and physics teacher, she was the first Liberal Democrat from an ethnic minority background to be elected at a general election. (Her mother is Palestinian.)
She has been the party’s education spokesperson and was briefly arrested by the police in 2013, as she explained in a public statement in 2019.
She ran for party leader in 2020.
You can find contact details for Layla Moran here.
The Liberal Democrats are calling for new measures to improve monitoring of coronavirus in BAME communities. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran is urging the Government to adopt her legislation this year and “finally scrap the Vagrancy Act”. … Read the full post »
Acting Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Ed Davey, has today announced the new Lib Dem team in the House of Commons. … Read the full post »
What to make of the Lib Dem general election so far, the MRP data and the number of Lib Dem leaflets? Liberal Democrat Newswire #132 has some of the answers. … Read the full post »
This edition of Liberal Democrat Newswire is full of stories about the general election, including the huge turnout for campaigning against Zac Goldsmith and Dominic Raab. … Read the full post »
Saturday is the day when voting starts in the Liberal Democrat internal elections, including the one for Party President. Included with the ballot papers is this manifesto from me. … Read the full post »
Watch Layla Moran explain her views on who would be the best next President of the Liberal Democrats. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat party leader Jo Swinson has updated and expanded her Shadow Cabinet line-up, adding roles for new MPs Luciana Berger, Sam Gyimah, Phillip Lee and Angela Smith along with some changes in the responsibilities of the others. … Read the full post »
During the recent online hustings, the chair Lorely Burt produced a horribly complicated diagram from a few years back showing how the Liberal Democrats are structured. … Read the full post »