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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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UK growth now highest in the G7

Growth in the UK has shown the strongest performance among G7 countries from 2013 to 2014, according to the latest report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

New competition launched to encourage students to register to vote

A package of measures worth £530,000 will be invested in encouraging students to register to vote, the government has revealed.

Vince Cable announces the Low Pay Commission’s recommendations for the National Minimum Wage

Liberal Democrat Business Secretary Vince Cable has today announced that the Low Pay Commission's recommendations to government for the 2015 rates are as follows:

Adult rate - £6.70 

Tim Farron: What diversity means to me

Tim Farron tells the Liberal Democrats' Diversity and Outreach Officer Lucile Kamar about what he feels is his most important work.

Conservative plans to ring fence pensioner benefits will hit the working age poor

The working age poor will pay the price under the Conservatives' plans to ring-fence pensioners benefits.

Nick Clegg’s speech on Liberal Democrat justice policy

In a speech on Liberal Democrat justice policy Nick Clegg will say that a rising prison population is a sign of "failure not success."

Nick will make the case that too many abused and vulnerable women, drug addicts and people with mental health problems are currently locked up behind bars. 

Liberal Democrats are the only party of business and a stable economy

Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander, will tomorrow (Monday 23 February) highlight the importance of economic stability and why the Liberal Democrats are the only Party capable of delivering for business in the UK.

Speaking to an audience at the Saïd Business School in Oxford Danny is expected to say:

Nick Clegg calls for fewer women behind bars

Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is calling for fewer women offenders to be put behind bars.

Finbarr Cronin & Mary Macqueen join local communities in welcoming Chinese year of the Goat

Almost half a million people in the UK are set to celebrate the start of the Chinese New Year tonight.

The celebrations are widely viewed as the most important holiday for Chinese people worldwide and festivities continue until the famous Lantern Festival in early March.

Commenting, Finbarr Cronin stated:

“The Chinese community in Wakefield District is very diverse and very strong, and this time of year helps recognise and celebrate that fact.

“I hope the festivities offer an opportunity for the Chinese community to reflect on their superb achievements locally as well as enable them to look forward and celebrate what’s to come.”

Mary Macqueen general election candidate for neighbouring Hemsworth added:

“I would like to send my warmest greetings to everyone celebrating Chinese New Year, may you have a prosperous new year.”

Liberal Democrats childcare policy would save families thousands of pounds

Liberal Democrats plans to extend free childcare will save families thousands of pounds, Liberal Democrats Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.