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  • Posters
    Article: Dec 7, 2019

    These tory Brexiteers seem to have forgotten what they said - we should remember though.

  • Steve Gee and a local commuter outside Epsom station
    Article: Dec 3, 2019

    The 2.7% rise in rail fares from January 1st 2020 is a "kick in the teeth" for rail passengers, who are already paying over the odds for a shoddy service with overcrowded, delayed or cancelled trains.

    This increase will leave commuters from all 8 local stations paying much more for their season tickets. Only the Conservatives think it is the right policy to put rail fares up now. Under Lib Dem plans, the 2020 increase would be cancelled and commuter rail fares would be frozen for the next five years, while we sort out the mess in rail franchises.

  • 1000 words - square
    Article: Dec 2, 2019

    The picture that speaks 1000 words.

    "Hezza" - Michael Heseltine - prominent Conservative politician - former deputy party chairman and one-time deputy prime minister - now Lord Heseltine - calls on lifelong Conservative voters to put the country first and vote for what they believe in and what the Conservative Party used to stand for.

  • Union Jack
    Article: Nov 29, 2019

    Messages from 6 traditional Conservative former MPs

  • Meercat
    Article: Nov 29, 2019

    Current YouGov polling sheds light on who Remainers should vote for in Epsom & Ewell to beat pro-Brexit Chris Grayling.

    Three of the five "tactical voting" websites say "Lib-Dem", based on this year's Euro-election, one says "Labour" based on the 2017 results and one can't tell yet.

    The YouGov poll confirms that the Lib Dems are well ahead of Labour.

  • Steve Gee at Epsom Station
    Article: Nov 28, 2019
  • Lib Dem Logo 2015
    Article: Nov 27, 2019

    Hustings with the Epsom & Ewell constituency candidates **:

    Come and hear Steve Gee (Lib Dem) and other General Election candidates speak and answer your questions.

    • Thursday 5th December, St Paul's Church, Howell Hill - 7.00pm to 8.30pm - doors open 6.30pm
    • Friday 6th December, UCA Epsom - 6.00pm to 8.00pm - last arrivals 6.25pm - Tickets: ucasu.com/ged/
  • Jo Swinson
    Article: Nov 21, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats' manifesto for the 2019 General Election has now been published.

    It details our fully-funded policies for all aspect of national politics and can be read on-line at www.libdems.org.uk/plan

    Highlights include:

    • Tackle inequality
    • Safeguard NHS - with a penny on income tax
    • Mental health as vital as physical health
    • Benefits payable in 5 days, not 5 weeks
    • 35 hours free childcare
    • Reverse cuts to school budgets
    • Pupil premium up to 18
    • Maintenance grants for students
    • Funds for life-long learning and training
    • Generate most electricity from renewables
    • Build 300,000 new homes per year
    • At least 100,000 each year for social rent
    • Introduce "rent to own" scheme
    • Freeze rail fares
    • Revive High Streets by scrapping business rates
    • etc, etc etc
  • 2 campaigners at West Ewell
    Article: Nov 15, 2019

    Early morning commuters from West Ewell gave a warm welcome to Steve Gee's Lib Dem remain team, who were handing out election campaign leaflets at West Ewell station, despite the cold weather.

    There has been a record increase in the membership of the local Liberal Democrats, with new members joining us from both Labour and the Conservatives, as well as people with no previous involvement in politics, all determined to STOP BREXIT.

  • Will Forster Woking Town Square May 2019 Headshot.
    Article: Nov 13, 2019

    The Lib Dems have announced they would more than double spending on youth services in Surrey to £33,998,703,to help tackle rising levels of crime. This would form part of a total ring-fenced fund of £500 million for Local Authorities across England to spend on youth services, providing young people with positive, safe and healthy alternatives to gangs.

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