On Tuesday evening there was a briefing of City Councillors on the plans for the next stage of upgrading the city's sea defences.Read more
There have been a lot of developments in regards to land at St James’ Hospital and Langstone Campus recently so we thought an update would be helpful.Read more
Lib Dem Campaigner and retired Police Officer Richard Adair speaks out after Southsea coffee shop is broken into.Read more
Southsea Councillor, Lee Hunt, has launched his new Facebook page for residents.Read more
Lib Dem Councillor Gerald Vernon-Jackson was pleased to open the Summer Fete at Milton Park Primary School arranged by Hi-Lites on Milton Market to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support on Sunday 9th July.Read more
Lib Dem Councillor Gerald Vernon-Jackson recently joined local people for a picnic in the grounds of St James’ Hospital. The picnic was organised by local campaign group Keep Milton Green.Read more
Lib Dem Councillor Ben Dowling recently joined the Portsmouth Friends of the Earth for their Clean Air Campaign.Read more
Local Lib Dem Councillors Ben Dowling and Gerald Vernon-Jackson were pleased to join friends and strangers alike for an Interfaith Iftar Meal organised by Hope Not Hate Portsmouth.Read more
We've had a lot of residents write to us about the safety of tower blocks in Portsmouth. The following advice has been issued to all residents in high rise blocks by Portsmouth City Council:Read more
Local Lib Dem Councillor Ben Dowling spent the morning of 15th June 2017 breaking a world record alongside 900 school children and school staff from across Portsmouth.Read more
Many thanks to everyone who went out and voted in the General Election last Thursday, and thanks especially to all those who supported our local Lib Dem candidates Gerald Vernon-Jackson (Portsmouth South) and Darren Sanders (Portsmouth North).Read more
So many people are supporting Gerald Vernon-Jackson...Read more
Gerald Vernon-Jackson, Lib Dem Candidate for Portsmouth South:
"Yesterday's attack in London was cowardly and barbaric. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of the attack and with their families. It is important that as a nation we stay united in our rejection of these evil acts, but also our rejection of the way in which these terrorists want to change our country. We have to keep doing what we always do, otherwise the terrorists win.
Portsmouth Lib Dems have decided to suspend all canvassing today as a mark of respect for the victims of last night's attacks. We will deliver leaflets today as a way of showing that British life must go on and we cannot allow these evil people to take away those things that are normal in British life."