Notice of Suspension: General Election Campaign

Following the tragic events last night in Manchester, Yeovil Liberal Democrats have suspended our General Election Campaign until further notice. Our Candidate, Jo Roundell Greene is deeply saddened by the events and the disproportionate impact on children and young people. We wish to pay our res...

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Lib Dem Candidate on Dementia Tax “People who have voted Conservative all their life will be shocked by this betrayal”

People in South Somerset can expect to take the brunt of Conservative plans to introduce a Dementia Tax to pay for care costs in later life. Under these plans a typical homeowner in South Somerset will pay an additional £140,000 to fund care costs in later life - 60% of the value of their home. T...

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Responding to the Conservatives' announcement on defence spending, former Liberal Democrat leader and ex-Royal Marine Paddy Ashdown said:

“This Conservative government has slashed funding on defence, cut our Royal Marines and left our troops on the front line without basic equipment. "Billions has been spent on big ticket items that we may not even have enough troops to use.  "Of course adequate spending on defence is welcome and...

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Yeovil Liberal Democrats Launch General Election Campaign

Yeovil Liberal Democrats Launch General Election Campaign

Saturday, May 6th saw the launch of the Liberal Democrats campaign to win back the Yeovil Constituency from the Conservatives. Speaking to a large crowd at East Coker Village Hall, Campaigner Jo Roundell Greene said” “I fully support an extra penny on income tax to pay for our crumbling NHS, we ...

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Lib Dems More Than Hold Their Own In County Elections On Low Turnout

Liberal Democrats in South Somerset are pleased to have returned six Councillors to Somerset County Council following yesterday’s local elections. We have more than held our own against a low turnout, this is a very good basis upon which to build a General Election campaign. The hard work of our ...

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