Responding to the news that Damien Egan has been selected as Labour’s candidate for Lewisham mayor, Bobby Dean, the Liberal Democrats’ spokesperson for Lewisham Deptford, says: ‘We can judge Damien Egan by his record – and that record is terrible.
Bobby Dean, the Liberal Democrats’ spokesperson for Lewisham Deptford, spoke in yesterday’s conference debate on knife crime. Here’s what he said.
Commenting on the Government’s Air Quality Plan, the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Spokesperson for Lewisham Deptford, Bobby Dean, said: “Air pollution is a big worry for people in Lewisham – and with good reason. Our borough has some of the highest
The Liberal Democrats have tabled an amendment to the Queen’s Speech calling for Britain to stay the single market and customs union. Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Spokesperson for Lewisham Deptford, Bobby Dean, has written to Vicky Foxcroft MP to ask her to honour her commitment to fight a Hard Brexit and support this amendment.
Emily Frith, the Liberal Democrats’ Parliamentary Candidate for Lewisham East, appeared on Sky Sports News, yesterday evening, to stand up for Millwall Football Club. She said: “We think Millwall Football Club is a huge community asset. They’ve got a fantastic
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Emily Frith, the Lib Dem candidate for Lewisham East, joined a demonstration against Government cuts that will leave local train stations less accessible for people with disabilities and for families with buggies. The demonstration took place last Friday at Hither
Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidates Simon Hughes (Bermondsey & Old Southwark), Bobby Dean (Lewisham Deptford), Emily Frith (Lewisham East) and John Russell (Lewisham West & Penge) welcome the open invitation from the Association of Millwall Supporters and issue a joint
TWO HUNDRED young people will be affected by the Brexit Government’s decision to strip 18 to 21-year-olds of housing benefit, research by the House of Commons library commissioned by the Liberal Democrats has shown. In total 18,000 young people across the