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  • Cladding scandal ()
    Article: Aug 23, 2021

    We all remember seeing the horrific scenes of the burning tower at Grenfell on the news over four years ago.

    The tragic loss of 72 lives was a dark moment for our country and the cladding scandal that emerged emboldened me to stand up for the rights of all those living in unsafe buildings.

    That event also was a lightning rod for the wider public and put a sharp focus on the quality of housing that many people live in - particularly in more densely populated urban areas.

  • Michael Ninnmey
    Article: Jul 17, 2021

    Michael Ninnmey has been selected to fight the Orwell and the Villages By-election for the Liberal Democrats.

    The polling day for this by-election for East Suffolk District Council was on Thursday 12th August.

    The result was a close one with the Lib Dems recording 800 votes just 73 short of taking the seat.

  • James Sandbach LD PCC candidate Suffolk (James Sandbach)
    Article: May 8, 2021

    Liberal Democrats candidate for Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner, James Sandbach faced three candidates in this year's Police and Crime Commissioner election.


    The result of the election for the post of Police & Crime Commissioner to hold Suffolk Police to account for the next four years was:

  • Thank you ()
    Article: May 7, 2021


    Inga lockington retains St Margarets & Westgate seat in Ipswich

    With all 75 seats declared in the County Council elections, Liberal Democrats have gained Stowmarket South from the Conservatives and held three other seats. Keith Scarff beat his Conservative, Labour and Independent opponents with a majority of 176 in this Mid Suffolk seat.

  • Article: May 7, 2021

    Conservatives make early gain in West Suffolk

    In the first of two seats to be declared in this year's County Council elections the Conservative candidate Peter Thompson in Eastgate & Morton Hall Division defeated sitting Independent Councillor Trevor Beckwith by 185 votes.

    The Conservatives held off challenges from Labour, Independent and Green to retain their seat in Haverhill East and Kedington.