“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.”
Liberal Party policy is agreed on by party members at the annual assembly. The statements included here contain the Liberal Party’s agreed policy on a wide range of issues, from individual freedom to taxation, health and the environment.
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.
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.
Liberal Party NEC Member & Data Controller
The Liberal Party are please to present the attached document addressing the current cost-of-living crisis.
Cllr Steve Radford
Leader of The Liberal Party
The Liberal Party Special Assembly will be held on the Saturday the 30th July in Warrington and will be a physical meeting which is open to all.
The event will commence at twelve thirty and will be at the Friars Green independent Methodist Church, 37 Cairo Street, Warrington, WA1 1EH.
Liverpool Councillors Steve Radford & Alan Tormey discuss community initiatives in Northway Park, Liverpool.
We hope this letter finds you well.
As you’ll be aware the party has in recent times been rebranding its image not only in terms of the constitution, website but also party logo. Alongside these rebranding proposals we have also in recent months been amending the policies from the website and thus making the necessary changes in order to bring the party more relevant to the 21st century.
The changes included either amending the policies under the ‘policies’ section on the website (liberal.org.uk), archiving the policies or else proposing a new set of policies entirely.
Given the magnitude of the task conducted by two members of the NEC (Jack and Kayed) and the subsequent implications going forward, the NEC has decided to allow the party members to comment.
The format will be a simple: Yes (In favour), No (Against) and Amend (there will be notes provided at the end of the document) which will enable you to make the necessary amendments to any proposed policy – please make sure that your amendments are as clear and as eligible as possible to read. The document will be voted on at the Annual Assembly held on the 15th October.
Should you want to participate with regards to any individual policy proposed or indeed have any general questions, could you please either get in touch with either Kayed or Jack. Their respective email addresses are below:
We appreciate you taking the time to comment on the relevant policies and ask that you complete the sheet by September the 15th at the latest, and thus subsequently send the document to Charles Shaw (Chair of the NEC) or else scan the document and email it to him instead.
Cllr Charles Shaw FRSA
30 Severn Street
LINCOLN LN1 1SJ
The Liberal Party NEC
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