Liberty, Property, Security

“The Liberal Party exists to create a liberal society, in which every citizen shall possess liberty, property and security, and none shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity. Its chief care is for the rights and opportunities of the individual, and in all spheres it sets freedom first.”


The General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") came into force on the 25th May 2018.

The Liberal Party has responsibilities under these regulations as we have gathered personal details from members, supports and members of the public in the form of names, addresses, contact details and e-mail addresses.

As such we have specific responsibility to ensure the information is kept securely, is not used for a purpose you have not given consent for, and is available for you to review and if requested to do so deleted responsibly.

We take our responsibilities seriously and are committed to full compliance with the regulations. Here is our Privacy & Data Protection Policy and our Data Retention Policy

If you have any questions or wish to exercises your rights please contact myself or another member of the Liberal Party NEC who will be happy to address your request.

Stephen Graham
Liberal Party NEC Member & Data Controller

Slide 1
Press Releases
The Liberal Party logo
Liberal Chair shows Racism the Red Card at NEU Conference

Liberal Party Chair Cllr Charles Shaw in his capacity as a delegate has been at the National Education Union Conference in Bournemouth showing racism the red card (see picture) and notes the important motions to get rid of 'Ofsted' and the negative effect this is having on the teaching profession and education as a whole.

Charles also commends the NEU and other unions on the work they are doing to support those in the conflict in Ukraine and in Gaza.

As a key member of The Centre for Reconciliation Cllr Shaw respects the role of Trade Unionists working together for peace and is always pleased to hear from Trade Unionists in the Liberal Party.

Promoted by Stephen Graham
on behalf of the Liberal Party, 12 Dayworth Mews, Lundy Lane, Reading, RG30 2RR.

Thames Water

The Liberal Party notes with concern increasing media reports on the long-term viability of Thames Water.
An urgently needed injection of fresh capital is reported to have been withdrawn by its shareholders as they believe the company to be no longer financially viable, saddled with a debt pile of over £18 billion pounds.
The Liberal Party rejects any concession being given to its owners over its refinancing, such as increasing consumer bills by 40% or a resumption or dividend payments as unjustified and unwarranted.
The Liberal Party has a well established policy of bringing the water companies back into public ownership. This would protect both consumers and the wider environment from pollution, over extraction and the wastage of one of the most precious of natural resources, fresh water.

The Liberal Party NEC

Liberal Party Statement on the Cass Review

The Liberal Party welcomes the publication of the report produced by Dr Hilary Cass and her recommendations to NHS England in her role as Chair of the Independent Review of gender identity services for children and young people.

The report makes it clear that "the rationale for early puberty suppression remains unclear, with weak evidence regarding the impact on gender dysphoria, mental or psychosocial health" and that "(t)he effect on cognitive and psychosexual development remains unknown". The report also states that "(c)linicians are unable to determine with any certainty which children and young people will go on to have an enduring trans identity".

The Liberal Party's position on this matter has always been that there was no medical evidence to support the treatment of gender distressed children and young adults with early puberty blockers and hormones. Dr. Cass' report agrees with this position and further states that "(f)or most young people, a medical pathway to manage their gender-related distress. For those young people for whom a medical pathway is clinically indicated, it is not enough to provide this without also addressing wider mental health and/or psychosocially challenging problems".

In view of the findings of this report, The Liberal Party urges the Scottish Government to:

  1. With immediate effect stop all further medical treatment of children and young adults at by NHS Scotland, including but not limited to the Sandyford Clinic and private health providers.
  2. Publish an evidence based, clinically informed strategy to provide lifelong support where sought to all those children and young children that have been treated with puberty blockers and masculinising/feminising hormones to date in Scotland.
  3. Revisit the End of Conversion Therapy legislative proposal to incorporate the findings of Dr. Cass' report.

Promoted by Stephen Graham on behalf of the Liberal Party, 12 Dayworth Mews, Lundy Lane, Reading, RG30 2RR.

Previous Press Releases can be found here.

Slide 2 - copy
Latest News
Liberal Leader Cllr Steve Radford Speaks at History Project and the Role of the Churches in the Community

"Yesterday I spoke at the end of worship at the end year feedback on the Christ Church Kensington oral history project. I spoke about Liverpool being a melting pot of the UK nations at the time of building,1870, 10 per cent of city had Welsh as their first language. Today Kensington being a melting pot of so many nations many of whom are our partners in the Commonwealth. However, the social mission of the church is as valuable today than it was at the time of the building foundation".

Liberal Party Leader Cllr Steve Radford

The accompanying photo shows the Reverend Samual Sarpong and Liberal Leader
Cllr Steve Radford.

General Election Candidates


  1. Kayed Al-Haddad - Glasgow Central
  2. Allan Steele - East Renfrewshire


  1. Steve Radford - West Derby
  2. Billy Lake - Walton


  1. Elmars Lepiens - North Cornwall
  2. Jay Latham - South East Cornwall
  3. Richard Byrne - St. Austell and Newquay
  4. Debra Cowley - St. Ives
  5. Paul Nicholson - Truro and Falmouth
  6. Paul Holmes - Camborne and Redruth
Slide 1
Donating to the Liberal Party

Donations to help the work of the Party are always welcome.

Liberal News Subscription

Subscriptions to Liberal News are welcome from non-members on payment of £5 for 4 issues.

Designed by Square Marbles
Copyright The Liberal Party © 2024, All Rights Reserved.
Published and promoted by Steve Radford, 41 Sutton Street, Liverpool, L13 7EG