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  • Petition: Jul 20, 2016

    Right now millions of Europeans live, work and study in Great Britain. We are family, friends, colleagues and neighbours.

    Europeans in Britain, you have a right to stay. We demand the UK government GUARANTEE that you can.

    Help us give security to every European in Britain and guarantee their #RightToStay - sign this petition and add your voice to ours:

  • Article: Mar 4, 2016

    Talk of devolution has been around for a long time and our connection with Sheffield City region is well established, Chesterfield Liberal Democrats actually instigated the link during our period of control.

    Central government has pressed for widespread devolution in order to ensure better regional partnership working. At Chesterfield we have benefitted greatly from our positive links with SCR but, until recently, had been unable to become full partners. New enhanced legislation has now made that possible.

  • Victoria Centre
    Petition: Dec 18, 2015

    One of the big attractions of living in Chesterfield is the wonderful range of black and white buildings. They're not Tudor, which they're sometimes mistaken for, but nevertheless they still have a very interesting history - and help make Chesterfield the place it is. There are so many that they're probably not studied too closely by those of us who live here. We just know that, with the Spire and the Market, they help make the town centre a bit special. Tourists though, often comment very admiringly on them.

  • Article: Dec 5, 2015

    Fining big suppliers who fail to pay up on time and improving broadband access are at the heart of a plan to help small businesses in Chesterfield.



    Chesterfield Liberal Democrats have used Small Business Saturday (December 5) to set out the five point plan.



    They said more needs to be done to support the 3,000 small and micro business owners in Chesterfield, including ensuring they have access to a well-educated, highly-skilled workforce, and access to finance to help them grow.

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