Local Liberal Democrats are showing off their full election manifesto on three billboards at the busy junction of Caledonian and MacKenzie Roads.
“Whether it’s addressing the climate emergency, making our streets safe or getting the nightmare of Brexit stopped, it’s all there,” said Kate Pothalingam, Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Islington South and Finsbury.
If we win the December 12 General Election, we will end the Brexit mess by revoking Article 50, so we remain in the European Union.
Then we can all get on with investing in better schools, health and our environment - with building a brighter future.
People deserve better than Boris Johnson’s No Deal Brexit and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Brexit.
On Saturday 13 April we will once again be collecting food in support of Islington Food Bank with a focus on those items on their Most Wanted List.
Our stall will be outside Sainsbury's, 31-41 Liverpool Rd (N1 0RW) from 10am to 1pm. See you then
London is in the grip of a knife crime crisis, living costs continue to soar, and inequality within our society is widening. Londoners need and demand better services they can rely on.
The Liberal Democrats are committed to building more social and affordable homes, taking people out of high rents and conditions we should be ashamed of.
The party will invest in policing, find a solution to the inadequacy of our train operators and navigate a radical approach to improving our chronic levels of air pollution.
Siobhan Benita will lead the campaign for the Liberal Democrats in London, building on recent success in the capital, gaining control of both Richmond and Kingston councils and an increased vote share of 21% achieved in this years Lewisham by-election.
You are warmly invited to the famous, annual, Islington Liberal Democrats quiz night.
We've organised a night of great food, drink & brain-teasing questions.
Hosted by Liberal Democrat Councillor and London Assembly Candidate Hini Bokhari and held at ProspeX, the panel included Beef Frankland of ProspeX, Josh Babarinde from Award-winning social enterprise ‘Cracked It’, and Cameron Thorp from the Met Police.
The most memorable moments came when a lady in the front row was called on to speak. She rose to her feet, moved her glasses to the top of her head and in a quiet voice spoke of how her own boy had been killed just weeks before.
When she finished a young girl in school uniform then stood up in the back row, cheeks wet with tears, and talked of how her young cousin’s life was also recently taken.
On Saturday, 20 October 2018, the Islington Liberal Democrats will be joining Islington In Europe once again, to march on Central London to demand a People’s Vote.
This Autumn we will be collecting food once again in support of the Islington Food Bank, a wonderful local initiative that does great work in our community.