Tackling child poverty
Our child poverty targets were blocked by the Conservatives: reducing relative poverty, reducing gaps in life chances, and reducing entrenched poverty.
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Our £700 Tax Cut
We put a £700 tax cut for ordinary workers on the front page of our manifesto at the last election. And we have now delivered this in Government.
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Closing the gender pay gap
We want to make it a requirement for companies employing over 250 people to publish the average pay of male & female workers, creating pressure to close the gender pay gap.
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Mental health research: the next big breakthrough?
A Lib Dem government would establish a mental health research fund to support the development of new cutting-edge mental health treatments
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1 Million Trees
The first government tree planting campaign since the 1970s, the Big Tree Plant aims to plant 1 million new trees by 2015.
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Youth unemployment halved
Down by 55% across the North West since May 2010
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Millions to benefit from cold weather cash
Liberal Democrats in Government have ensured the permanent increase of Cold Weather Payments from £8.50 to £25
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Taking on LGBTphobic bullying
£2m project to help tackle homophobic, biphobic & transphobic bullying in schools
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Latest news

Planning for Polling Day

Our regional training day ahead of the election is on Sunday 1st March.

Training will be provided on campaigning, election law and Connect. Great for PPCs, Agents and their campaign teams.

Please contact the regional office to reserve your place on 0161 212 1133 or email george@northwestlibdems.org.uk

Conference huge success

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Our Spring Conference in Bramhall ahead of the Local and General Elections was a huge success with double the attendance of last Spring Conference.

We were joined by seven Lib Dem parliamentarians including Party President Baroness Sal Brinton and one of our newest peers, Lord Goddard of Stockport.

An inspiring springboard for the campaign ahead.

Former MEP was “too good to lose”

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Chris Davies

Former MEP Chris Davies has been declared ‘Parliamentarian of the Year (MEP)’ for his work in achieving reform of the EU’s common fisheries policy.

The Liberal Democrat, who represented the North West of England from 1999 until May this year, was presented with the Green Ribbon award at a ceremony in the House of Commons by leading environmentalist Jonathon Porritt.

It was the second award that Davies has gained this year. In March his work secured him the title ‘MEP of the Year’ at a ceremony in Brussels.

The former MEP quipped: “Of course it’s an honour to have my efforts recognised and to have received these awards, but they hardly compensate for election defeat. Clearly the voters didn’t realise that I was too good to lose!”

Davies was selected for the Green Ribbon award by a judging panel from the Institution of Water and Environment Management.

He formed and led a cross-party campaign group in the European Parliament that campaigned successfully to reform the EU common fisheries policy, rebuild depleted fish stocks, and curb the wasteful discarding of fish.

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