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  • Tim Farron in Illogan
    Article: Jan 26, 2017

    Tim Farron, Leader of the Liberal Democrats was on the doorsteps in Illogan recently talking to local residents alongside Lib Dem Cornwall Councillor, David Ekinsmyth.

    The visit to Illogan was part of an extended tour of Cornwall with Tim knocking on doors in Falmouth, Perranporth, Kelly Bray and Launceston on this occasion.

  • Tim Farron - Leader of the Liberal Democrats
    Article: Sep 21, 2016

    In a major speech to Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton Lib Dem Leader Tim Farron has called upon Prime Minister Theresa May to stop dithering over Brexit and spell out exactly what here plans are for the country.

    Tim said, "Theresa May says Brexit means Brexit. Well thanks for clearing that up.

  • St Teath by-election team
    Article: Jul 15, 2016

    Liberal Democrats won another double by-election in Cornwall last night in Newquay and North Cornwall with huge majorities.

    The results in the Newquay Treviglas and St. Teath and St Breward come hot on the heels of convincing by-election wins in Launceston and Wadebridge and reinforce the Liberal Democrats position as the largest party on Cornwall Council.

  • Cllr David Ekinsmyth
    Article: Sep 22, 2015

    David Ekinsmyth, Lib Dem Cornwall Councillor for the Illogan Division has appealed for interested individuals to join a group working on the Neighbourhood Plan.

    David believes the plan, which would cover the Illogan, Park Bottom and West Tolgus areas, should directly reflect the needs and wishes of the wider local community rather than just those of elected officials.

  • Julia's new website
    Article: Jan 5, 2015

    Julia Goldsworthy, Lib Dem parliamentary candidate has launched a brand new website http://www.juliagoldsworthy.org.uk/ with the message to constituents in Camborne, Redruth and Hayle that it matters who your member of parliament is.

    Julia said: "On May 7th voters will be asked to go to the polls to decide who will govern the country for the next five years, but in an election year that is full of uncertainty it is more important than ever that people choose the person who they feel will stand up for them best here in Camborne, Redruth and Hayle.

  • Julia Goldsworthy visits Coastline Housing's apprenticeship scheme
    Article: Dec 9, 2014

    Julia Goldsworthy, Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Camborne, Redruth and Hayle has welcomed the announcement that the Liberal Democrats have fulfilled their commitment to start two million apprenticeships in this Parliament, over 20,000 of which are here in Cornwall.

    Liberal Democrats in Government have prioritised creating jobs and apprenticeships. Two million people have now started an apprenticeship since 2010. Vince Cable, the Lib Dem Business Minister, has made it easier for businesses to take on apprentices. He has given 40,000 businesses grants of up to £1,500 for each young unemployed person they take on as an apprentice and put £550m into improving college facilities for apprentices.

  • A second rail link is needed for Cornwall
    Article: Dec 3, 2014

    Julia Goldsworthy, Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Camborne, Redruth and Hayle has welcomed the announcement this week that the A30 will be dualled between Chiverton and Carland Cross but has warned that a second rail link into Cornwall must remain a top priority.

    The announcement that the Chiverton to Carland Cross section of the A30 will be upgraded comes on top of work already approved to dual the section of the A30 at Temple.

  • Say NO to Regional Pay
    Article: Nov 21, 2014

    Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate, Julia Goldsworthy, has launched a campaign against regional pay. She warns that under a Conservative Government local public sector workers could be paid less than those working elsewhere in the country.

    Plans for regional pay were first put forward by the Conservative Chancellor in 2011, but were blocked by the Liberal Democrats in Government.