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Welcome to Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrats

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Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrats work hard to represent people across the borough of Tunbridge Wells. We cover Tunbridge Wells, Southborough, Paddock Wood, Pembury and Hawkhurst, as well as all of the villages in between.

Latest News from Tunbridge Wells Lib Dems

  • Article: Mar 5, 2014

    The Liberal Democrats and UKIP have reached agreement with two national broadcasters, LBC and the BBC, to host hour-long debates between Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and UKIP Leader Nigel Farage.

    A radio debate will take place on LBC on Wednesday 26 March from 7-8pm, hosted by Nick Ferrari.

  • Article: Feb 27, 2014

    With just 85 days until the European elections, the Liberal Democrats are making our voices heard when it comes to Europe. Liberal Democrats are unambiguously the party of IN.

    We're IN for the sake of 3m jobs linked to our trade in the single market.

    We're IN to keep our streets safer and to make it easier to catch criminals who cross our borders.

  • Article: Feb 21, 2014

    Nigel Farage this morning accepted Nick's challenge to a public debate on Europe.

    The Liberal Democrats are the party of IN, while UKIP are the party of OUT. This debate will let the British public decide whether to vote IN or OUT at the European elections in May.

    Find out more about our campaign.

  • Article: Jan 3, 2014

    Tunbridge Wells Liberal Democrats have elected Rachel Sadler, aged 30, as their new Chair for 2014. Rachel has lived in the town for the past 15 years and works locally. She is working to support local Lib Dem campaigning on issues like the town centre cinema site and 20mph speed limits for some parts of the town.

  • Article: Dec 17, 2013

    Conservative leader of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, David Jukes, has been forced to admit that his claim that a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) for the cinema site in the town centre was nothing more than a guess.

    Lib Dem councillors forced this startling admission at the meeting of the council on 11th December. Conservatives have been circulating a leaflet claiming that a CPO could "be over £40,000,000. This is equivalent to £800 on every Council Tax Bill in the Borough." When asked to provide evidence for this claim by Lib Dem councillor, Ben Chapelard, the council leader admitted it was a guess.