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  • Event: Oct 26, 2016 5:00 PM
    Maggie Vale's house 34 Station Rd TR85NE. occasionally venue or times change so ring Mathew on 07576 561747 or Mike on 07733 470772 to confirm venue before departure.

    Campaigning in the real world with our intrepid team. It's fun, interesting and it gets you fit.

  • Article: Oct 21, 2016

    Last night saw the results of the Witney by-election - we started the campaign in 4th place as 50/1 outsiders and thanks to the relentless, positive campaign we ran, dented the Conservative majority and secured one of our best by-election results in decades. This is what you need to know:

    1: If this result was repeated across the UK, the Tories would lose their majority

  • Article: Oct 20, 2016

    Liberal Democrat peer, John Sharkey, whose Private Member's Bill was instrumental in securing a pardon for Alan Turing, has reached an agreement with the Government which will grant a posthumous pardon to thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted under long abolished sexual offence laws.

    Those similarly convicted but still alive will also receive pardons if they have successfully applied for a disregard or in future successfully apply for a disregard under the Protection of Freedoms Act.

  • Event: Nov 20, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    Thornparks House Tucoyse, Tregony TR25SJ. Satnav will not give precise location see map on ticket.

    A full American breakfast - muffins, crispy bacon, pancakes, maple syrup, tea, coffee - at the home of Terrye and Robin Teverson. Tickets £6.50 via info@trurofalmouth-libdems.org.uk, or from Nan Hurst 96 Bodmin Rd Truro 01872 273108.

  • Event: Nov 24, 2016 7:00 PM
    New County Hall

    The Annual General Meeting of Truro and Falmouth Liberal Democrats, including elelctions to Executive Committee for 2017.

  • Article: Oct 17, 2016

    Responding to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal ruling today which found that UK security agencies unlawfully collected data of British citizens for over a decade, Liberal Democrat Home Affairs Spokesperson Alistair Carmichael said:

    "Allowing the state to collect endless amounts of personal data is not just a gross invasion of a privacy, it is a waste of precious resources.

  • Article: Oct 13, 2016

    key_rma.pngAt their Autumn Conference this year, the Liberal Democrats welcomed business leaders and experts from multiple sectors to a roundtable discussion focused on the digital skills gaps in today's workforce. The discussion was attended by a diverse set of businesses from sectors including tech, energy, banking and construction; and was hosted by Jack Barmby, Founder and CEO of Customer Service Solutions business FM Outsource.

  • Article: Oct 12, 2016

    Long-term EU loans for vital infrastructure projects across the UK are being put at risk due to the Conservative government's divisive rhetoric and failure to plan properly for Brexit, Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron has warned.

    Last year the European Investment Bank provided a record £5.6 billion of long-term investment to the UK including for social housing, hospitals and schools. But the President of the Bank has warned that this level cannot be maintained and that UK projects will find it increasingly difficult to get loans approved by other EU members.