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  • Survey: Jun 12, 2018
    47 questions

    The local Lib Dems would like to hear your views about what the Local Borough Council is doing in our area.

    You can contact the Windsor Lib Dem team with any other questions or issues at:
    Thank you in anticipation,

    Amy Tisi and Karen Davies

  • Article: Mar 31, 2018

    A report in the Windsor Express (1) reveals that total of 130 children went missing at some point from the Royal Borough's children's services last year.

    A Freedom of Information request showed that the figures included three under-fives as well as 70 aged 15 to 17. The comparative figure shows 98 missing in 2016 and 64 in 2015.

  • Homeless man sleeping rough.
    Article: Jan 9, 2018
    By Gavin Weeks in Windsor Liberal Democrats

    Conservative council leader Simon Dudley has embarassed Windsor in the eyes of the world with his unsubstantiated claims about criminal begging in Windsor town centre.

    Thames Valley Police have received no reports of tourists being 'marched' to cash machines and his comments have been disowned by his own local Conservative MP, the Prime Minister.

  • Article: Jun 15, 2017
  • Article: Jun 4, 2017

    Speaking in reference to last night's horrific events in the Borough, Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said;

    "My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families, and I would like to pay tribute to the emergency services for their professional response in such terrible circumstances.

    The terrorists kill us because they hate us and what we stand for. They hate our democracy and our freedom. We refuse to let them win. We must respond with a vigorous commitment to our democracy.

  • GE17 Julian Tisi Campaign Launch
    Article: May 28, 2017

    Julian Tisi, Liberal Democrat candidate for Windsor, set out key policies for a better future for Britain at an enthusiastic campaign launch on Monday 15 May.

    • Unlike other parties the Lib Dems have properly costed plans to reverse the Tory cuts to the NHS, social care and education.

    • Lib Dems would put a penny on income tax to reverse Tory cuts to the NHS and improve underfunded services such as mental health.

    • The Lib Dems would give Windsor schools extra money to reverse Tory cuts and fully fund the extra school places needed.

    • The Lib Dems would let the people have a vote to accept the final Brexit deal or remain in the EU.

  • Julian Tisi & Catherine Bearder MEP at the 2008 Sunningdale Carnival
    Survey: May 11, 2017
    1 question

    Use this to tell us you're voting for Julian Tisi

    and the Liberal Democrats in Windsor

    to get a better deal on:

    • Schools

    • Hospitals

    • Europe

    • Heathrow

  • Article: May 10, 2017
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats

    Lib Dems' Penny for NHS would raise £14.9million for the NHS and Social Care in Windsor & Maidenhead

    In their first major manifesto commitment of the election campaign, the Liberal Democrats have announced they would plug funding gaps for the NHS and social care by putting a penny on Income Tax.

    The tax would raise an additional £14.9 million for The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, with an extra £10million for the NHS and £4.9million for social care each year.

    This is the party's flagship spending commitment and its first major policy announcement for the election. The Liberal Democrats' manifesto will also set out a 'five-point recovery plan' for NHS and social care services.

    At least 70% of Brits would happily pay an extra 1p of Income Tax in every pound if that money was guaranteed to go to the NHS, an ITV poll found last October.

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