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Liberal Democrats have selected Councillor Ade Adeyemo as their Parliamentary Spokesperson for the Solihull Constituency. Announcing his selection at a recent meeting of the Solihull and Meriden Lib Dems, Councillor John Windmill (Olton), Leader of the Lib Dem Group on Solihull Council, expressed his ‘delight’ at Councillor Adeyemo’s selection, saying “Holding the current MP to […]

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Brexit – What Happens Next?

by Ade Adeyemo on 30 June, 2016

People have been joining the Liberal Democrats at the rate of one a minute since the referendum result was declared.   Well over 10,000 people have signed up to the Liberal Democrats – and the number is rising. This includes many in our borough constituencies of Solihull and Meriden where there is grave concern over […]

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MPs Should Apologise to Disabled Constituents

by Ade Adeyemo on 24 March, 2016

PRESS RELEASE Embargo: Immediate Release, 21 March 2016 Contact: Ade Adeyemo, ade@solihull-libdems.org.uk MPs Should Apologise to Disabled Constituents Following the Conservative government’s apparent U-turn over cuts to disability benefits, the call has gone out to MPs in Solihull and Meriden to apologise to their disabled constituents. Julian Knight (Solihull) and Caroline Spelman (Meriden) both voted […]

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  MP criticised after voting for cuts to disabled benefits Criticism has been levelled at the Conservative MP for Solihull after the £30 a week cuts in Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) for disabled people that he voted for passed through parliament last week. The Government defended the cut, which applies to new claimants, saying […]

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Liberal Democrats Act to Prevent Unfair Tax Credits

by Ade Adeyemo on 27 October, 2015

Whatever your views on the composition or legitimacy of the House of Lords, the second chamber of the UK Parliament did exactly what it was supposed to do – scrutinising legislation put forward by the House of Commons and rejecting or sending it back for a “rethink” if the Lords feel that proposed legislation put […]

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