People in Leyton and Wanstead should vote for the Liberal Democrats to prevent a hard Brexit and protect the local economy, Ben Sims the party’s local candidate has said today.
The Prime Minister today called a snap General Election to be held on the 8th June.
The Liberal Democrats are standing on a clear platform to prevent a hard Brexit by staying in the Single Market and to give the British people the final say on the Brexit deal through a referendum.
The Widow's Pension is designed to help create security and safety for families when they lose a loved one. But this week it is under attack from a new wave of Government cuts. With less money being paid to widows, widowers and surviving civil partners from April 2017 onward.
The council has launched a consultation with residents and businesses on the introduction of Public Space Protection Orders in Cann Hall to crack down on anti-social behaviour, aggressive begging, use of threatening and insulting language or behaviour and street prostitution.
Thanks to everyone who came to support our street stall today in Leytonstone – despite wind, rain and even hail we found plenty of support for our campaign to stay in the Single Market and support the rights of European citizens to remain in the UK.
Join us for our Europe Action Day on Sunday 5 March in Leytonstone! We're holding a fun and friendly street stall outside Leytonstone tube station from 12–4pm, where we'll be campaigning against the Tory Government's hard Brexit plans.
In an extraordinary outburst, John Cryer has told a constituent who wrote to him about Brexit not to contact him again or to vote for him. The MP for Leyton and Wanstead voted Leave and to trigger Article 50 despite a strong Remain majority in his constituency.
Ben Sims, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Spokesperson for Leyton and Wanstead, said: “By supporting Brexit, John Cryer is showing just how out of touch he is with the majority of his constituents who voted to remain.”
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Waltham Forest Liberal Democrats attended Remembrance Sunday ceremonies across the Borough on Sunday, paying their respects to all those who gave their lives in conflicts.
Ben Sims, Lib Dem Parliamentary Spokesperson for Leyton & Wanstead, said:
"Remembrance Sunday is a moving and sobering reminder of the sacrifices those who serve in the armed forces have made to guarantee our freedom and peace. Thank you to the Royal British Legion and all those involved in organising the services and the parade."
Jeanne Hill, a resident of Forest Drive East, called the Council to remove some asbestos sheeting that had been illegally dumped in her garage. At 78 years of age she was amazed when the Council insisted she single-handedly move the asbestos to another section of her garden for collection. Jeanne knew she wouldn't be able to move the sheets by herself and called her local Lib Dem Team to assist. She provided Focus Team member Amanda Connolly the necessary safety equipment for the job who got on to it straight away.
Tim Farrons’ Liberal Democrats are united and working for a stronger future. Over 20,000 people have joined the Liberal Democrats since the Referendum. Only the Lib Dems are standing up for the millions of people who are worried about what the future holds.
Residents believe that to increase activities and to get people using the park more, then toilets and a park attendant need to be provided. Focus Team member Clyde Kitson said, “Basic amenities like toilets are essential to bring the park back into proper use.”