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Tuesday, September 30, 2008



Liberal Democrats working in Chingford & Woodford Green

AND THERE IS MORE ---! There is much more to read if you click on the Archive files (under the Profile in the left column)! POST A COMMENT ! You can post a comment by clicking on ---comments under any item. You can also read others' comments in this way. LINKS: for national policy and information, click on www.libdems.org.uk/. For local news, see - as well as this blogspot - our website: www.cwglibdems.org.uk. For Redbridge information, click on www.redbridgelibdems.co.uk/ .
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Nick Clegg's speech to Conference

In his keynote conference speech, Nick Clegg presented the Liberal Democrats as the party to deliver social justice and fairness for Britain. Nick’s speech focused on the current economic difficulties, which he described as 'a firestorm', "raging through our financial system, ignited by reckless bankers and fuelled by complacent politicians.” He set out the party’s Fairer Future economic recovery plan (see economy section of this round-up for more).

Nick also:
· Said he wanted to make Britain the first truly green economy in the world
· Spoke of the importance of achieving energy independence within the EU
· Set out his aim of making government ‘people shaped’, with benefits shaped around the needs of people and families, not bureaucrats
· Repeated his commitment to the ‘pupil premium’ to target extra cash at deprived children
· Made clear he is ambitious for the party, repeating his target of doubling the party’s number of MPs
[News article on speech] [Full speech] [Watch speech]

Tuesday, September 09, 2008


Good news for Waltham Forest !

The Audit Commission has just announced that Waltham Forest Council has been awarded four stars in the Comprehensive Performance Assessment.
Four stars is the highest rating possible and shows the hard work the Council has done to go from a zero star rated council in 2002 to four stars in 2008.
Waltham Forest is the only council in the country to have gone from zero stars to four stars in six years.

This achievement clearly shows that increasing Lib Dem influence on the Council has been a force for improvement.

Thursday, September 04, 2008


Chingford and Wooodford Green Lib Dem Prospective Parliamentary Candidate GEOFF SEEFF makes regular comments on local and national issues on our website.

Click on http://www.cwglibdems.org.uk from time to time for regular updates.

Thursday, August 14, 2008


Chingford Day

The Mayor of Waltham Forest, Lib Dem Cllr. Sheila Smith-Pryor (Hale End & Highams Park ward) clearly enjoying her time at this year's Chingford Day (August, 2008) !

Thursday, July 24, 2008


New websites !

The 3 Liberal Democrat councillors in Hale End & Highams Park ward, Waltham Forest have now set up special websites.

These share the same format, articles and information, apart from different personal details.
To visit one of the websites, click below where appropriate:

Sunday, July 20, 2008


Highams Park Day

Cllr. Sheila Smith-Pryor, Mayor of Waltham Forest, opening the very first "Highams Park Day" on Sat.19th.July, held in her own ward.

This new venture was organised by the Highams Park Society and was held on the green opposite the Vincent Road flats. It is hoped it will become an annual event.

Congratulations to all involved!

Thursday, July 17, 2008


Tesco - YES or NO ?!

A Tesco store at Highams Park could look like this (picture supplied by Tesco).

We are interested to hear your views. You can click on comments below or write to us (see above).

Also see report under July, 2008 Archives.


New document for discussion

Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg today launched the party’s "Make it Happen" document, which is a statement of the party’s vision and values.
‘Make it Happen’ sets out in clear language the party’s position on important issues such as the economy, taxation and the health service.
It highlights how -
We will cut taxes for ordinary families
If your local hospital can't see you on time, we'll pay for treatment elsewhere
We'll switch taxes from people to pollution - so it pays to go green
To improve standards in education, we'll fund extra help for those who need it most
We'll put Britain at the heart of Europe to make us a force for good in the world
We'll stop ID cards so we can keep control of our privacy
We'll change the voting system so everyone's voice counts
We'll bring communities together with local people in charge
We'll give communities a say in how offenders pay for their crimes
The document will be debated at the party's autumn conference in Bournemouth.

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