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Lee Dillon elected prospective parliamentary candidate for Newbury

Councillor Lee Dillon has been chosen as Prospective Parliamentary candidate for the Liberal Democrats in Newbury Constituency.

Local members overwhelmingly elected Councillor Dillon to win back the seat from the Tories.

Lee is a local family man who has been an activist in the party since he was 15 years old in Thatcham. Both Lee and his wife both work locally and their children go to local schools. Lee’s wider family is long established in the area.

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  • User AvatarInnocent Bystander 9th Jul - 9:09pm
    As usual, Joe, a thorough reply but I fear you avoid the point. #CouchPotatoesCharter is up there with #Bollocksto Brexiteers and #Defund the Police as...
  • User AvatarJoseph Bourke 9th Jul - 8:58pm
    Universal basic income has been a fundamental tenet of Liberalism since the eighteenth century when Thomas Paine advocated for a land value tax that paid...
  • User AvatarPeter Martin 9th Jul - 8:22pm
    @ Joe B, "Univeral basic income was always an alternative to the Beveridge system." And not a good alternative! That's what I'm worried about. The...
  • User AvatarMerlene Emerson 9th Jul - 8:04pm
    Thanks for this write-up, Paul, which is fairly comprehensive. I would just like to add that there is another organisation, Libdems Overseas, a g(local) party...
  • User AvatarJoseph Bourke 9th Jul - 8:02pm
    Innocent Bystander, The post-war Beveridge vision was for a system of social security based on Universal benefits and services. Beveridge wrote: wrote: "The State should...
  • User AvatarMartin 9th Jul - 7:55pm
    William: 'The New Social Contract' is a term that alarms me, as is the concept of 'citizens' and 'non-citizens'. J.S. Mill wrote "Though society is...