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Wednesday 25 November 2015

Five Things the Lib Dems Want to See in the Spending Review

While we will not oppose every measure in George Osborne's spending review, we will judge each decision on whether it is needed to abolish the deficit, whether it will help young people build a better life than their parents and whether it will help small businesses and entrepreneurs. What that means in practice is that we want to see five things delivered in today's review... Read more.

Five Things the Lib Dems Want to See in the Spending Review

My Dad Was an Alcoholic - Why We Must Tackle the UK's Drinking Problem

I wouldn't be in parliament if it wasn't for the inspiration of my dad. At his best, he was inspiring, charismatic - and hugely idealistic. He inspired me into politics and public service. But for much of his life he battled an addiction to drink. It scarred us as a family, and tragically, just before the election, it cost my dad his life. And that's why I speaking up today. Today, alcohol harm costs our country £21billion a year. It's the third biggest public health risk after obesity and smoking. It costs the NHS alone £3.5billion. Read more.

My Dad Was an Alcoholic - Why We Must Tackle the UK's Drinking Problem

Osborne Simply Can't Proceed With His Tax Credit Plans - He Must Focus on a Real Living Wage

The savage losses faced by working families fly in the face of any claim to be a 'one nation' government, or one that has working people at its heart, or David Cameron says that work will be rewarded.... The Chancellor simply can't just proceed with his original plans... The smart move would be to drop the changes to the threshold and taper altogether and focus on getting employers to pay the real living wage of £8.25 a hour or £9.40 in London. That is what would make a real difference to the lives of millions of low income working households struggling to make ends meet. Read more.

Osborne Simply Can't Proceed With His Tax Credit Plans - He Must Focus on a Real Living Wage

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