Clean Air Campaign Gets Attention

Lib Dem Councillor Ben Dowling recently joined the Portsmouth Friends of the Earth for their Clean Air Campaign.

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Councillors Enjoy Interfaith Meal

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.

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Lib Dem Councillors Join Turkish Community To Break Fast Together

Local Lib Dem Councillors Ben Dowling and Gerald Vernon-Jackson recently joined the local Turkish Community for breaking fast at their communal Iftar meal.
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Do you live in a Portsmouth tower block?

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:

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Jembe Drumming - Record Breaking Success

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.

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Thank You

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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).

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We're Supporting Gerald Vernon-Jackson

So many people are supporting Gerald Vernon-Jackson...

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Statement in Response to London Attack

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."


A Manifesto to Change Britain's Future

This momentous new manifesto sets out our hopes and plans for an open, tolerant and united country. From defending our place in Europe, to protecting universal human rights, to building a greener economy, it encapsulates our positive vision for the future.

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Lib Dems Committed to Mental Health Care

Excellent healthcare is at the heart of our vision for Britain. As a leading liberal democracy, our public services should – and can be – the envy of the world. The Lib Dems are committed to making this vision a reality.

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Candidates Sign Nurses Pledge

Both Gerald Vernon-Jackson, Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate for Portsmouth South, and Darren Sanders, Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate for Portsmouth North, have signed the RCN’s Pledge to be a Nursing Champion ahead of the General Election on 8th June.

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Candidates Sign WASPI Pledge

Both Gerald Vernon-Jackson, Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate for Portsmouth South, and Darren Sanders, Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate for Portsmouth North, have signed the WASPI Pledge ahead of the General Election on 8th June.

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

Surviving or thriving? is the title of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week.

Run by the Mental Health Foundation - this Mental Health Awareness Week, 8-14 May 2017, looks at mental health from a new angle. Instead of looking at poor mental health it's taking a look at why more of us aren't thriving with good mental health.

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GVJ on the issues: Fox Hunting

Gerald Vernon-Jackson and the Liberal Democrats remain committed to the ban on fox hunting.

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£7 billion extra for schools under Liberal Democrat plans

The Liberal Democrats have announced they will invest nearly £7bn more in schools and colleges over the next parliament.

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