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About Alan Bullion

Alan Bullion is Lib Dem Parliamentary Spokesman for Sevenoaks and Swanley

Choose Richard Streatfeild as your District Councillor for Penshurst, Fordcombe, Chiddingstone and Bough Beech on Thursday August 3rd

Please elect Richard Streatfeild for Penshurst, Fordcombe, Chiddingstone and Bough Beech A9R27E7.tmp Richard says: “We need more sustained action on aircraft noise. It looks as if we have won on no new Gatwick airport runways but need to keep pressure … Continue reading

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Sevenoaks school teacher provision DUPed by Tory power deal

The Tory government’s £1 billion deal with the DUP could have paid for at least one extra teacher for every secondary school across the UK, research by the Liberal Democrats has revealed. Official figures show there are 4,169 state-funded secondary … Continue reading

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Leadership contender Vince Cable warns on new Brexit crunch

One year on from the referendum result, Vince Cable has warned that the country is facing a “Brexit crunch” unless Tory Prime Minister Theresa May changes course. The Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor, who is widely credited with predicting the 2008 … Continue reading

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Thanks to all our helpers in the County and General elections

Dear Supporter, Ten days after the General Election our thoughts are with the tragedy in Kensington. In the most affluent area of Britain, it poses big questions about how less advantaged people are heard, and how we build our open, … Continue reading

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Lib Dems call for urgent buildings safety review after Grenfell Tower fire

The Liberal Democrats have called on the government to urgently publish a long-awaited review of building regulations on fire safety and implement its recommendations, following the deadly fire at Grenfell Tower. Sal Brinton, Liberal Democrat Party President and member of … Continue reading

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Many thanks to our 4,280 Lib Dem voters

Many thanks to everyone who voted Lib Dem in Sevenoaks and Swanley constituency on June 8th. Thanks also to all our campaign helpers and supporters. The result was an increase on 2015 and would not have been possible without you … Continue reading

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Vote Lib Dem in Sevenoaks & Swanley

Vote for Alan Bullion, your Lib Dem candidate, on Thursday June 8th. Polls are open from 7am to 10pm. In a final pitch to voters before the country goes to the polls, Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron said: “Theresa May … Continue reading

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Sevenoaks Lib Dems welcome extra funding for schools and hospitals

The Liberal Democrats have announced a £17 billion infrastructure fund to repair and restore schools and hospitals across England. Local headteachers are increasingly forced to use money that should be dedicated for books, teachers and equipment to fix leaking roofs … Continue reading

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Sevenoaks hustings meeting cancelled

Sevenoaks Churches Together has cancelled the Hustings meeting tonight as a mark of respect to all affected. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all.

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Conservatives must come clean on business rates relief

With the general election just days away, the Conservatives have still not told small firms if they will receive business rates relief – despite promises by Sajid Javid that he would confirm details before the general election. The Liberal Democrats … Continue reading

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