Donate Button Tester

by craigwhittall on 2 April, 2013

Donation Amount: Donate £5.00 GBPDonate £10.00 GBPDonate £20.00 GBPDonate £50.00 GBPDonate £100.00 GBPDonate £500.00 GBPDontate £1,000.00 GBP

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Picture test

by aldcadmin on 5 November, 2012

Test Petition

by aldcadmin on 17 October, 2012

Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey, the world’s leading questionnaire tool.

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by aldcadmin on 26 June, 2012

Last week, Lib Dem Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Vince Cable announced sweeping changes to the way in which top-level executives have their pay and bonuses decided. This change, described by the government as the ‘most comprehensive reforms of the governance framework for directors’ remuneration in a decade’, will: Give company shareholders […]

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Calendar Test

by aldcadmin on 26 June, 2012

We can be proud that the biggest tax cuts in today’s Budget go to millions of working families. As a result of this Budget, someone working a full week on minimum wage will see their income tax bill cut by over 50% compared to under Labour. Increasing the personal allowance to £9,205 takes us within […]

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by jasonbourne on 6 March, 2011

Lib Dems saving our Post Offices

by jasonbourne on 11 November, 2010

  New Lib Dem plans will protect our local Post Offices after years of Labour cuts. Your Focus Team is pleased that the Liberal Democrats in government are delivering on another one of their promises. Under Labour 5,000 Post Offices were closed. The Lib Dem plan will see the Post  Office:  Becoming a One-stop shop. […]

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Lib Dems Welcome High Speed Rail Link Announcement

by jasonbourne on 7 October, 2010

The Transport Secretary has announced the network option the Government prefers for taking high-speed rail north of Birmingham. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department of Transport Norman Baker has welcomed the announcement to include a ‘Y’ shaped network providing links to the Midlands, North West and the North East. Norman Baker said “The […]

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Liberal Democrat Party Conference Report

by jasonbourne on 23 September, 2010

Report from your local representative on the Liberal Democrat Party conference in Liverpool. What a busy week it’s been. It’s the first time (since the 1930s) where the Liberal Democrats have been a Party of Government, and as a result there was more media interest, and interest from “lobbyists” and pressure groups. As a result […]

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