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Dr Brian Mathew and North Wiltshire Liberal Democrats working for Box, Calne, Cricklade, Lyneham, Malmesbury, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett and the surrounding villages

The Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society, in which we seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity.

Recent updates

  • Event: October 10, 2015 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Market Cross, Malmesbury

    Second hand books, CDs and DVDs for sale

  • Tim Farron
    Article: Oct 2, 2015
    By Lib Dem Press Office / ALDC

    'Revenge evictions' have finally been outlawed after a long and successful campaign by the Liberal Democrats.

    The law will make any eviction invalid where the tenant has made a complaint about housing conditions that the landlord did not respond to satisfactorily. Previously 200,000 renters faced this type of 'revenge' eviction every year, according to research by Shelter.

  • Norman Lamb MP
    Event: November 13, 2015 7:00 PM
    Malmesbury Town Hall, Cross Hayes, Malmesbury, SN16 9BZ

    Guest Speaker Lib Dem Health spokesperson Norman Lamb MP

    Tickets £35 per person, includes three course dinner

  • Event: November 3, 2015 7:30 PM
    Casa De Pico Tapas Bar, High Street, Royal Wootton Bassett, SN4 7AB

    The fairly new Casa De Pico Tapas Bar in Royal Wootton Bassett is a cheerful venue to get to know Spanish Tapas cuisine. A beautifully cooked and served range of dishes will be shared. Cost £15 per person.

    Contact Steve Walls on 01703 631448 to book.

  • Event: October 24, 2015 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    Kington St Michael Village Hall, Chippenham, SN14 6HX

    For details contact Constituency Secretary

  • Article: Sep 24, 2015

    Tim Farron delivered his first speech to a Lib Dem Conference as leader of the party.

    In it he called on the millions of liberals in Britain to become Liberal Democrats and join the party.

    Full text of the speech

    When I was growing up my school didn't have a sixth form. I guess that's because most of us didn't do A levels. So I went to a separate sixth form college - Runshaw in Leyland - and, in my first week, I joined the Liberal Party.

  • Article: Sep 21, 2015

    A 'Male' or 'Female' tick-box on official documents should be phased out or replaced with an 'X' option, the Liberal Democrats said today.

    The move is part of a package of measures to cut discrimination against transgender and intersex people.

    Current practices make it difficult for a transgender person to have their gender recorded accurately.

  • Article: Sep 21, 2015

    Liberal Democrats have called for the Government to allow families to take children out of school during term-time to avoid crippling holiday costs.

    The party has warned that the ban on missing lessons is 'socially divisive' because it forces poorer families to break the rules or miss out on holidays altogether.

  • Article: Sep 21, 2015

    Members at the Lib Dem annual Party Conference in Bournemouth have voted to allow 16 year olds to vote in the upcoming EU Referendum.

    The motion passed after a considered debate among members and urges the Government to lower the voting age for the poll.

    A Brexit would change the face of Britain for years to come and the Lib Dems believe these young people deserve a say in the future of their country.

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    Article: Sep 20, 2015

    Liberal Democrats vowed to 'step up to the plate' and tackle the humanitarian crisis across Europe as thousands of refugees flee Syria.

    At the party's Autumn Conference, the Liberal Democrats laid out a comprehensive plan to deal with the humanitarian crisis facing Europe.

    Members proposed to create safe and legal routes for refugees fleeing war or persecution. They agreed to: