A clutch of manifestos

Manifesto_Covers_2015We have all see the 2015 Lib Dem manifesto, but did you know that the party has also published a series of specialist manifestos?

These include (click links to download):

Environment manifesto

Manifesto for disabled people

Local government manifesto

Manifesto for the mind

Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic Manifesto

You can also read the main manifesto in easy read, clear print, plain text or Braille versions, or listen to it on an audio recording.

 

 

 

 

 

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7 Comments

  • Richard Gadsden 27th Apr '15 - 1:13pm

    Is there not an LGBT+ manifesto this time?

  • Not that I could see.

  • Eddie Sammon 27th Apr '15 - 7:42pm

    I don’t think it is a good idea to release a BME manifesto without a women’s manifesto. I am sure I saw a women’s manifesto somewhere?

    I am also surprised by the absence of a business manifesto. The main manifesto doesn’t have a business section either. I am actually surprised by how little the party seems to have changed since 2010. Is there anything the leaders can do to let business know that the party is on our side?

  • Lester Holloway 27th Apr '15 - 11:52pm

    @Eddie, surely if Lib Dems Women wanted a mini manifesto they’d get one? If they decided against, does that mean the party should have scrapped a BAME manifesto? And what about the disabled manifesto, should that be axed too?

  • Eddie Sammon 28th Apr '15 - 12:52am

    Gosh Lester, I’m just saying from the perspective of voters it doesn’t look good if some underrepresented groups have their own manifesto and others don’t. I’m not arguing against BAME policies.

  • Zoe O'connell 28th Apr '15 - 7:59am

    Richard – LGBT+ are working on a policy guide rather than a separate LGBT+ manifesto, as we’d like to highlight the things that are party policy that didn’t make it into the main manifesto.

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