Category Archives: Westminster Parliament

Lib Dem MP takes ban on ‘upskirting’ to the verge of law

A private member’s Bill aimed at protecting an individual’s dignity from intrusive photographs has been taken to the verge of becoming law by the Liberal Democrats, and would have completed its legislative passage but for an outrageous objection by a … Continue reading

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Tory and Labour party problems starting to damage democracy

Wealden Libdems Parliamentary Spokesperson Chris Bowers draws attention to an article in the Independent by Labour MP Chuka Umunna. In the article Mr Umunna talks about progressive alliance arrangements, saying “Last week a number of my parliamentary colleagues, including Jon … Continue reading

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Nick Clegg – one question hangs over Westminster scandal

“Just as with the expenses scandals, the question will remain: why did it take so long for Westminster to react?” Posted by Wealden Liberal Democrats on Thursday, 2 November 2017   “2009, at the height of the MPs’ expenses scandals. There … Continue reading

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