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We are always keen for new members to help us promote the Liberal Democrats locally in a variety of ways.

If you would like more information about joining Wakefield Liberal Democrats, contact Membership Development Officer, David Currie, on 01924 279295 today to express your interest or contact us via our online form.

Alternatively you can join the party via the national website and they will forward your details to us.

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Mark Goodair,
Wakefield Liberal Democrats,
7 Rayner Street,
Horbury,
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Lib Dems set to defeat David Cameron on ‘Votes at 16’

Liberal Democrats could pave the way for 16-year-olds to vote in local council elections as David Cameron is expected to face a further defeat in the House of Lords on Wednesday.

Government changes will encourage cycle of poverty warns Mike German

Mike German will today demand a halt to controversial changes to housing benefit that could see more people pushed towards food banks and payday loans and could increase homelessness.

Osborne’s Budget has one clear message

The Tories used to say we were in it together, but this budget says one thing: you’re on your own.

Norman Lamb’s Leadership Election blog post

Liberalism is in my bones. Mum and Dad were Liberals and, as a teenager, I set up a Young Liberal Branch in our local town in Norfolk. It took me three attempts to enter Parliament. We started 15,500 votes behind the Conservatives.

Tim Farron’s Leadership election blog post

I love this party because in my heart and in my soul I am a liberal.

I believe in a society in which we are all free to make our own choices and live the lives we want. But freedom means very little when the only choices we have to make are whether to feed our children or heat our homes.

Deal reached to end roaming charges in EU by 2017

A political deal was reached in Brussels last night to scrap mobile roaming fees in the EU by 2017, following almost two years of negotiations.

Liberal Democrat response to Conservative plans to change child poverty target

Reacting to the Conservatives' plans to change the child poverty target, Baroness Pinnock, Lib Dem Children’s spokesperson in the House of Lords, said:

Making progress in Tower Hamlets

Elaine Bagshaw and Chris Walts write about their campaigns and experiences in the recent Tower Hamlets Mayoral Election.

 

Sal Brinton’s message for Ramadan 2015

Liberal Democrat Party President Sal Brinton has recorded the following message for Ramadan 2015.

Tories doomed to failure on drugs laws

Liberal Democrats have attacked the blinkered Tory approach to drugs policy as they tabled a series of amendments to the Psychoactive Substances Bill in the House of Lords.