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  • Article: Feb 16, 2017
    By Andrew Hollyer

    I was the Green Party Parliamentary Candidate for Chesterfield in 2015 but last November I joined Chesterfield Liberal Democrats. Why? Well one reason is that unlike Labour they have shown that they mean it when they talk about the environment.

    Take for example the report in the Derbyshire Times last week where the Council said, "that it was not feasible to remove and reuse the Solar panels on the Queens Park Leisure Centre ..because of safety concerns and costs."

  • Article: Feb 3, 2017

    Dear Toby,

    I am writing on behalf of Chesterfield Liberal Democrats to ask you to sign and endorse Early Day Motion 136 regarding the United Kingdom's relationship with Saudi Arabia.I am particularly concerned about the way in which Saudi Arabia is pursuing its campaign to re-establish the elected Government in Yemen.

  • Article: Dec 18, 2016

    Cllr Alexis Diouf, Chesterfield Libdem council group leader, has condemned Labour's financial failure in Chesterfield saying:

    "The costs of making proposed changes to Chesterfield Town Hall have already soared by over 300% even though no work at all has yet been done.

    The original estimate of costs was £850,000 but that has now skyrocketed to a massive £2.74m before any work has even started.

  • Article: Sep 26, 2016

    Last Saturday (24th September), Jeremy Corbyn was re-elected as Labour Leader. Meanwhile Labour's Poll ratings have fallen to their lowest ever.

    The re-election of Jeremy Corbyn means that Labour's internal war will continue. He has the support of only one in five Labour MPs, noticeably not including Chesterfield's Labour MP, who resigned from the shadow cabinet in an attempt to force Jeremy Corbyn to resign earlier this year. Labour can't even form an opposition, never mind an alternative Government.

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