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  • Article: Mar 20, 2019

    Jo started out with a heartfelt tribute to those killed in the Christchurch mosque shooting this morning.

    "The forces that sow hate and division and seek to turn fellow citizens against each other must not and cannot win"

    She continued to pay tribute to outgoing leader Vince Cable - "a powerful champion for liberalism"

  • Article: Mar 20, 2019

    Warning: use of a trigger word in this article

    A few days ago, I was surprised to receive an email with 'Vice President' in the subject title.

    'Why would the Vice President of the Party be writing to me?' I asked myself.

    Then I realised that the 'Vice President' WAS me…

    That email was the first of many congratulatory messages. It was sent to me by the 'tour de force' that is Roderick Lynch, the Chair of the LDCRE (Liberal Democrat Campaign for Race Equality).

  • Article: Mar 20, 2019

    In 1919, the Lloyd George government's Ministry of Reconstruction published the Report on Adult Education. The report set out the fundamental importance of educational opportunities throughout life:

    "Adult education is a permanent national necessity, an inseparable aspect of citizenship, and therefore should be both universal and lifelong."

  • Station Approach
    Article: Mar 11, 2019
    By Abdur Razzak

    A message from Andy Maginnis, Programme and Commissioning Manager, Worcestershire County Council.

    Please be aware of some forthcoming activities at Kidderminster Station including some potentially noisy work outside normal working hours, the removal of some trees and the use of temporary traffic signals on Comberton Hill.

  • Article: Mar 11, 2019

    This week, I presented my Bill to Parliament to require all school uniforms to be gender neutral.

    From the day a child starts primary school, boys are put in shorts and trousers, and girls in skirts and dresses.

    Gendered uniform policies send a message that boys, in their more practical clothes, should be running around and playing sport, and girls should not.