Two new Liberal Democrat MPs elected in London

London has two new Liberal Democrat MPs - and a six point increase in vote share in the capital.

Munira Wilson (above right, pictured arriving for the count) won with a huge majority in Twickenham, where former Lib Dem leader Vince Cable was standing down, and Sarah Olney (left) unseated Zac Goldsmith in Richmond Park and North Kingston.

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Liberal Democrat manifesto offers a brighter future - from the environment to mental health

The Liberal Democrat manifesto for the December 2019 general election is a bold vision for a brighter future for our country.

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London Lib Dem candidates confirmed for December general election

The 72 Lib Dem candidates standing to become MPs in London in next month's general election have been confirmed after their nomination papers were accepted.

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London Liberal Democrats join Unite To Remain deal

Siobhan Benita with Wimbledon candidate Paul Kohler and volunteers

Six Liberal Democrat candidates have been named the Unite To Remain choice in London.

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London Lib Dems fighting general election to Stop Brexit

London Lib Dems welcome the general election being called as the best opportunity to Stop Brexit.

Lib Dems are ready to stand on a clear platform: a Liberal Democrat government would Revoke Article 50, retain Britain’s place in Europe and get on with tackling the issues that have been neglected for the last four years.

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Siobhan Benita becomes Liberal Democrat spokesperson for London


Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate Siobhan Benita is the party's new spokesperson for London. 

New party leader Jo Swinson named Siobhan in her first Shadow Cabinet as well as handing key roles to London's four Lib Dem MPs. 

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Umunna slams economically incompetent Tories

Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesperson Chuka Umunna has slammed the Tories for "economic incompetence" as new official borrowing figures show the deficit rising in June.

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Ed Davey: "Tories have cut 5,000 police officers since 2015"

Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokesperson Ed Davey: "The [National Audit Office] report reveals that the Conservatives are not doing nearly enough to prevent ... appalling crimes and keep our country safe ... instead the Tories have cut 5,000 police officers since 2015"

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Lib Dems win Merton by-election in breakthrough against Labour


Liberal Democrats are celebrating a stunning by-election victory in Merton after storming to victory from third place.

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Chuka Umunna joins London Lib Dems


London now has four Liberal Democrat MPs after welcoming Chuka Umunna to the party.

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