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
Bobby Dean, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Spokesperson for Lewisham Deptford, argued that directly elected mayors should be scrapped in a letter printed in the the London Evening Standard today. The letter was in response to Simon Jenkin’s claim that they would
Lewisham Deptford MP Vicky Foxcroft has backtracked on her commitment to fight a Hard Brexit, just weeks after getting re-elected on the promise.
The recent Queen’s Speech included a proposal to ban letting agent fees. This is something that Lewisham Liberal Democrats and the wider party have campaigned for, including a Private Members’ Bill that was introduced by one of our peers, Olly Grender, last year.
Bobby Dean, parliamentary candidate for Lewisham Deptford, has applauded the number of young people who have registered to vote since the General Election was called. Bobby, as a 27-year-old ready to stand up for all people of Lewisham Deptford, says he is “acutely aware of
8,393 schoolchildren in Lewisham will lose out on free lunches, under plans announced in the Conservative manifesto. Free school lunches for pupils from Reception to Year 2 were introduced by the Liberal Democrats in government, but Theresa May now plans
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
Liberal Democrats in Lewisham have confirmed their candidates in the snap General Election on 8th June, declaring that every vote for them is a vote against an extreme Brexit. Bobby Dean, who works for an international development charity, has been
The Liberal Democrats have announced plans to address the housing shortage in Lewisham and build more affordable homes. There are around 9,058 families in Lewisham on a waiting list for council homes, up from 8,442 in 2015. In addition, official figures
The Liberal Democrats have announced they will invest £58 million more in schools and colleges in Lewisham over the next parliament. The funding for Lewisham would reverse cuts to frontline school and college budgets, protect per pupil funding in real