Archive for the ‘County Elections 2017’ Category

A full slate of Candidates across Bassetlaw

by Leon Duveen on 4 April, 2017

Everywhere, voters are turning to Lib Dems to for hard-working responsive Councillors, now it’s the chance for voters across Bassetlaw to have that chance.

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2700 EU Nurses quit NHS since Brexit vote

by Leon Duveen on 20 March, 2017

The Liberal Democrats have called for an “NHS Passport” to secure the rights of EU nationals working in the NHS, as figures have revealed a sharp rise in staff from the EU quitting the health service. According to The Guardian, 2700 EU nurses quit the NHS in 2016 compared to just 1600 in 2014, a 68% increase.  […]

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Towards an Open, Tolerant, United Nottinghamshire

by Leon Duveen on 6 February, 2017

Today, Nottinghamshire Liberal Democrats are launching their Manifesto for the 2017 County Elections. The main themes of the Manifesto are A Greener County, A Caring County and A County which invests in the future. Speaking earlier, Leon Duveen, the Chair of Nottinghamshire Lib Dems said: “We are please to have a such wide range of […]

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In the last 12 months, nearly 18000 people have joined the Liberal Democrats[1], continuing a resurgence in our party since the 2015 General Election, our own local party has tripled in size Across Britain, we have had people join us who have never been in another political party before but want to fight Brexit, we […]

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A meeting of the local Executive Committee earlier this week, at Fourways Hotel in Blyth, approved the appointment of Leon Duveen as the Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Bassetlaw in the event of an early General Election. Leon has been active in the local Lib Dem party for a number of years, was the […]

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