The Liberal Democrats have beaten the Tories and Labour in the European Elections in Weston super Mare and North Somerset, taking almost 15,000 votes in comparison to the Tories 5,000 and Labour’s 3,000.
North Somerset Lib Dems are proud that so far 11134 residents (11%) of North Somerset constituency have signed this petition calling for the Government and Parliament to Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU.
Over FOUR million people in the UK have made their voices heard in three days. The Liberal Democrats have consistently and proactively been championing this cause - why?
Brexit has been a failure.
It endangers our economy, our security, and our NHS. We demand better.
It's time for an Exit from Brexit. Sign and Share the Petition:
We are all in a sense of deep shock after the announcement of the death of Paddy Ashdown yesterday evening.
Paddy was an unstoppable force not only in the Liberal Democrats but also with British politics. His willingness to work across party lines, his devotion to his liberal values, and his preference for Somerset rather than Westminster marked him out as a unique politician.
Much has been said. Much more could be said about this incredible man. But here at the North Somerset Liberal Democrats our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Jane, his children and Grandchildren.
We're really pleased to announce that we have selected Ashley Cartman as our parliamentary candidate for the next general election. The campaign starts now!
Sign our petition calling on North Somerset Council (NSC) to dredge the lake at the Lake Grounds to make it safer and cleaner for us all.
Many of us were alarmed to see the amount of mud in the lake in the hot weather this summer, shown in the picture below. The ducks and swans in the lake seemed even more concerned at their disappearing habitat.
North Somerset Council were not so concerned. Despite ongoing requests from Lib Dem Cllr Sue Mason that the lake be cleaned, NSC do not want to spend the money and so are saying that all we can do is wait for enough rain to fill the lake.
We see it as unacceptable that there is more mud than water in the lake and demand that it is dredged, for the benefit of the people and the wildlife of Portishead. If you agree then make sure to sign our petition.