Having made a promise at the last general election, Liberal Democrat MP Stephen Lloyd felt he had to vote for the government’s Brexit deal, resigning the party whip as a result. But… … Read the full post »
Read about Stephen Lloyd, Liberal Democrat MP for Eastbourne, who lost his seat in 2015 but regained it at the 2017 general election.
Born in 1957 in Kenya, Stephen Lloyd is hearing-impaired following measles as a child. He worked in business before becoming a politician.
Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb has announced he will be voting against Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal. … Read the full post »
Following news of his plan to vote for Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Lib Dem MP Stephen Lloyd has decided to resign the party’s whip in the House of Commons. … Read the full post »
The Access to Elected Office fund is being restored in order to help people with disabilities stand for public office. … Read the full post »
The news that the Lib Dem MP for Eastbourne, Stephen Lloyd, is going to vote for Theresa May’s Brexit deal triggered speculation about what Norman Lamb, usually seen as the least enthusiastic pro-European amongst the party’s MPs, will do. … Read the full post »
The MP for Eastbourne, Stephen Lloyd, is intending to vote for the government’s Brexit deal in Parliament. Here’s why in his own words. … Read the full post »
Hope to see many readers at the Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton. I’ll be the one wandering past with a BlackBerry, or you can find me… … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #114 came out last week with a range of contributions from guests on topics as varied as Love Island, Jo Grimond and international trade. … Read the full post »
Announcing the new Lib Dem spokespersons team, which features two former leaders in the form of Tim Farron and Ming Campbell, current party leader Vince Cable said… … Read the full post »
Following the general election and pending the election of a new party leader, Tim Farron has announced a new line-up for the Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet. … Read the full post »