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Keep-up to date with the activity of Swansea and Gower Young Liberals.
We hold a variety of events all year round from campaigning sessions alongside the local party to socials and policy discussions with VIPs findout what events we have coming up below.
We take part in active campaigning in elections across Swansea, Gower and beyond, to elect liberals who will stand-up for future generations. We actively participate in developing policies that will improve our society and campaign to achieve this change.
Young Liberals the length and bredth of the UK are putting front and centre of our campaigns; Trans Rights are Human, Drug Reform, and putting an end to Spiking. We believe each of these are fundamental to creating a freer and more open society, and disproportionately effect young people, existing government policy on Trans Rights, and Drugs Reform are not working, causing unnecessary suffering and must change. Inaction and lack of resources to address Spiking make a night out with friends potentially an unsafe and dangerous experience and Young Liberals demand better.
Closer to home Swansea and Gower Young Liberals have joined lecturers and university staff on the picket line, demanding better from our universites and colleges for their staff and the people who teach us, support us and make a difference to us day to day.
The executive is elected annually by youth and student members of the Liberal Democrats, this year's executive is:
This year as the winners of the best branch award. Having only relaunched last year, came as a big surprise to us.
Easter last year our branch had the opportunity to run a real Council By-election.
There is nothing like a Liberal Democrat campaign session, whether it be canvassing on the doorstep or the phone, delivering leaflets, or jumping into a national campaign. No other party makes campaigning as fun as the Liberal Democrats.
Welsh Liberal Democrats Councillors have expressed their concern at the impact on taxpayers and sub-contractors of the potential insolvency of Buckingham Group before work on the new Swansea Arena has been fully signed off.
Welsh Lib Dem Cllr Chris Holley has called on Swansea Council to abandon their plans to transform the former BHS stores in Oxford Street into a council hub and move the project to the former Debenham's store instead.
The Welsh Liberal Democrats have accused Labour of abandoning a commitment to protect the right to protest following comments by UK Labour Party Leader Keir Starmer saying he would not immediately scrap the Conservatives’ controversial Public Order Act.
Ed Davey is a husband, a father and a carer. He is the MP for Kingston and Surbiton and Leader of the Liberal Democrats.
It is Ed’s experience of caring that drives much of his politics, and motivates his tireless campaigning for a fair deal.
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