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Latest News

  • LD Pint
    Event: Mar 20, 2018 7:00 PM
  • Computer screen showing lines of code.
    Article: Mar 17, 2018

    Today's New York Times alleges that Cambridge Analytica 'harvested' 50 million Facebook profiles in a potentially huge data breach.

    If these allegations against Cambridge Analytica are correct then it is a shocking betrayal of people's personal data.

    If this data was then actively exploited for political gain it is both underhand and immoral.

  • Pizza & Politics March 2018
    Event: Mar 23, 2018 7:30 PM

    Burnham and District Liberal Democrats invite you to meet Cllr Tessa Munt at Pizza & Politicson Friday 23rd Marchat 7 Trinity Rise, Burnham-on-Sea at 7.30 p.m.

    Tickets £6. Phone 01278 238168 or e-mail philharvey@cix.co.uk.

    Tickets limited to 30! Hurry to book!

    Enjoy some pizza (vegetarian and wheat-free available) and a glass of wine. Listen to Tessa and question her on her political opinions, Lib Dem policies and actions.

  • Article: Mar 13, 2018
    By Tom Brake

    Putin is attempting to be the puppet master of the world, it is time we cut his strings.

    The UK must build a coalition of the willing, able to put an end to Putin's murderous adventurism, and show murder condoned or directed comes at a very heavy price.

    Putin is a bully who will not be put back in his box by entreaties from the Leader of the Opposition to have a chinwag over beer and sandwiches.

  • Vince Cable
    Article: Mar 13, 2018

    The Spring Statement was a non-event.

    The OECD gave us the clearer picture - that the economy is bumping along the bottom of the G20, well behind the likes of Australia, Canada and the Euro area.

    The OBR's fresh forecasts are still a long way behind the figures estimated in March 2016 before the EU referendum.