Cheltenham Liberal Democrats enjoy membership surge

Cheltenham Liberal Democrats are fighting back with 60 new members following the General Election.

The party has seen a remarkable surge in support since the poll on May 7, with more than 12,000 people joining across the UK.

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Lib Dems call for referendum votes at 16

Cheltenham Liberal Democrats have called for the coming referendum of European Union membership to include 16 and 17 year olds just as in the recent Scottish referendum.  The bill to enable the European Union referendum to happen is expected to be announced in Wednesday's Queen's Speech.

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Martin Challenges JCS plan

FORMER Lib Dem MP Martin Horwood today kept his promise to give evidence at the examination of the Joint Core Strategy in front of government inspector Elizabeth Ord

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Lib Dems launch election manifesto

When Liberal Democrats launched our 2010 General Election manifesto, few people expected that many of the policies it contained would be implemented by the next Government. But that's what happened:

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Martin Horwood champions Liberal Democrat tax cuts

Martin Horwood, Cheltenham’s Liberal Democrat MP since 2005, has welcomed his party’s latest plans to cut tax for even more hard working families in Cheltenham. 

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Martin Horwood champions Lib Dem mental health campaign in Cheltenham

Martin Horwood has strongly welcomed the Liberal Democrats’ new commitment to mental health services, which has been outlined in the new publication Manifesto for the Mind, and has backed equal treatment for mental and physical health in Cheltenham and Gloucestershire.

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Cheltenham MP welcomes million pound investment in local schools

Local MP Martin Horwood has welcomed the announcement that a number of Cheltenham schools have been awarded funds for important infrastructure projects.

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The war on drugs isn't working

Writing in the Guardian, Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg and Richard Branson describe the war on drugs an "abject failure."

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Martin Horwood MP supports Fairtrade Fortnight

Martin Horwood, MP for Cheltenham, met Malawian sugar cane farmer, Allan Saidi and Jamaican sugar cane farmer, Alexia Ludford in Parliament this week, to hear about the importance of Fairtrade for farmers and their communities in developing countries

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Our roads are shocking - Conservative council is letting our town down

Cheltenham residents are tearing their hair out over widespread failure to mend potholes and delays in carrying out major road works.

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