Tim Farron’s message to the London Women’s March: We fight back against divisiveness and intolerance by working together

I may have spoken too soon last night. Seems like the leader was on the case after all.

And here is Sarah Olney MP leading the Lib Dem delegation at the march.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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5 Comments

  • Richard Whelan 21st Jan '17 - 2:54pm

    Caron

    This is great news particularly since our government’s policy vis a vis Brexit has the potential to have an adverse impact on women.

    Just one other thing, are you going to write a piece announcing our candidate in Stoke on Trent Central who was selected last night and how we can help in the seat?

    Richard

  • Eddie Sammon 21st Jan '17 - 6:00pm

    There needs to be another march against racism, Islamophobia, homophobia and transphobia. I don’t know who organises these things, but I don’t think it will go down well if this is the only big march against Trump.

  • Eddie
    I am sure there will be plenty of marches.

  • Jennie Rigg 22nd Jan '17 - 3:48pm

    Eddie: see my comment on yesterday’s post. It was called Bridges Not Walls. LGBT+LD were there and buzzfeed did a feature on it.

  • Eddie Sammon 22nd Jan '17 - 4:02pm

    Thanks Jennie. I’ve just read the Buzzfeed article. That seems more inclusive to me.

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