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West Suffolk Liberal Democrats

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  • Event: Nov 14, 2019 7:30 PM
    Upstairs Room, Oakes Barn, Bury St Edmunds

    West Suffolk Liberal Democrat members, supporters and friends in reach of Bury St Edmunds are welcome to our regular drop-in sessions. They are a chance to get the latest news, and to help shape policy and planning, as well as to chat about politics.

    Find us in the upstairs room at Oakes Barn, Bury St Edmunds (near Waitrose)
    from 7:30PM on the second Thursday of each month (except for February 2019 when Oakes Barn is not available).

  • Article: Nov 7, 2019
    By John Derry

    Bury St Edmunds Liberal Democrats put country before party in historic agreement

    As part of a unique cross-party agreement, local Liberal Democrats have decided to stand aside at this election, to allow the Green Party the best chance of winning this Parliamentary seat.

    Local Liberal Democrat Party Chair John Derry said "Brexit is a national crisis. This ground-breaking agreement, facilitated by the Unite to Remain campaign group, will help to secure more Remain supporting MPs in the next Parliament."

  • Document: Oct 11, 2019
  • Document: Oct 11, 2019
  • Article: Oct 1, 2019
    By John Derry

    Dear Member,

    This is to let you know the details of our next AGM on Thursday 17th October 2019. The official notice with full details of where and when is available to members who click on this LINK.

    As always we welcome volunteers to the committee especially from the new members who've joined us during the latest LibDem surge. Even if you're a really brand new member please come along to take part, or just to hear what's going on. We're a very welcoming group and even though the AGM has some formal stuff that has to be done, there will be time to meet and chat with fellow LibDems more informally.

  • Article: Aug 28, 2019

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced today that he will prorogue (shut down) Parliament. This is an attempt to close down opposition by Parliament to a no-deal Brexit.

    A petition "Do not prorogue Parliament" (https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/269157) has just started up on the official parliament.uk website and has already reached 3/4 million signatures. You can visit that link see the latest signature total and add your name to the petition.