Archive for the ‘Support’ Category

A good week to be a Liberal Democrat

by superadmin on 14 June, 2012

This week we have seen Nick Clegg’s measured and reasonable performance at the Leveson enquiry, Danny Alexander’s mature and well-received speech to the GMB, and a very positive reception for our plans to allow gay couples to marry, thus ending centuries of inequality. On a local front, your County Councillor, Derek Deedman, is taking up […]

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What interests you?

by superadmin on 4 June, 2012

Generally, one can get by without politics. It is at best an amusing sideshow on the news of an evening, or, at worst, something to blame when you haven’t had a pay rise in years. However, I think this sort of attitude, although both pervasive and understandable, is simply nonsense. Politics is important, and the […]

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Helping out

by superadmin on 30 May, 2012

Last night my 14 year-old and I went to Pembury, north-east of Tunbridge Wells, to offer a couple of hours to a fellow Lib Dem team, where David Neve is hoping to get elected to Kent County Council on June 14th. David is a hard-working special needs teacher who has been a Borough Councillor for […]

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Listening on the doorstep

by superadmin on 28 May, 2012

An old friend recently complimented me on my hard work as a Lib Dem. I was quite embarrassed as I don’t feel that I do that much, and I know others who do more. As a Lib Dem voter with a full time job, four children, and very little time to be politically active, he […]

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Is it time to join us?

by superadmin on 25 May, 2012

Over the weekend, and the following weeks I hope to be getting out and meeting people, both in this area and further afield helping our Tunbridge Wells branch with their by-election (June 17th). I tentatively ask the question, on the doorstep – you have voted for us, would you like to do more?… Would you, […]

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