From Greg Foster, Liberal Democrats <[email protected]>
Subject Your June Newsletter from the Liberal Democrats
Date June 26, 2021 4:31 PM
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Liberal Democrats Catch up on an incredible month of Liberal Democrat

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John’s June Briefing from the Liberal Democrats.

John, what a result!

Through six weeks of hard work, we overturned a huge 16,000 vote Conservative
majority and replaced it an 8,000 vote majority of our own!

Thank you, to everyone who campaigned, donated and sent good thoughts. Every
one of you helped us pull off something incredible.

Just check out the coverage of the result below, and you'll see how big a
splash we've made in British politics...

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We're changing the narrative

We took on the Tories in their heartlands, and won. It has sent shockwaves
through British politics - and the media.

Catch up on our incredible result here:

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Unpaid carers mustn't be ignored

During Carers Week, Ed Davey reflected on his experience as an unpaid carer -
and that of other carers, too.

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Happy Pride Month!

Happy Pride Month from the Lib Dems! We are proud of the strides we've made in
the UK when it comes to LGBTQ+ equality, but there is still progress to be made.

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Press highlights this month

The Independent: Ed pens his own piece for the i, empathising with millions of
carers around the country with his own experience, and calling for a carers'
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The Scotsman: Christine Jardine gives her view of the G7 week in her Scotsman
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The Independent: Runs an exclusive today on a Freedom of Information request
tabled by the Liberal Democrats, which has found as much as £388,000 of
taxpayers’ money has been spent on a government-commissioned review of the
Human Rights Act.
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Politics Home: Baroness Sarah Ludford pens a piece for Politics Home on the
Refugees (Family Reunion) Bill she brought before the House of Lords yesterday.
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The Guardian: After Chesham and Amersham - Boris Johnson’s 2019
election-winning coalition together may be much more of a challenge than
Conservative headquarters had thought.
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Get Involved:

Our Members & supporters are the lifeblood of our party. As a member or
supporter, you get a real say in how the party is run.

If you want to get more involved in the Liberal Democrats, here are a few
things that you can do:

Become a supporter  ➜
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Join as a member ➜
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Thanks for reading, John! We hope you're doing well - see you next month.

Greg Foster (he/him)
Head of Membership & Engagement
Liberal Democrats

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