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.”


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.

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

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Press Releases
Lib Dem Cllr joins Liberal Party

On Wednesday 20th April, we welcomed Cllr Alan Tormey from Childwall Ward who is joining the Liberal Party Group.

Alan has consistently supported councillors from all parties working together and supported equal and individual rights of every councillor in the best of Liberal tradition.

He has an excellent record of community service and bringing forward constructive suggestions to council meetings, he will be real asset for the growing Liberal Party Team.

Cllr Steve Radford
Leader of The Liberal Party​

Previous Press Releases can be found here.

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Liberal Party NEC Meeting - 28th May 2022

The next open NEC of the Liberal Party will be held at Cotton Court Business Centre, Church Street, Preston, PR1 3BY on the 28th May.

The meeting will commence at midday and details can be obtained by contacting the e-mail address below.

Stephen Graham
Liberal Party NEC Member

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Latest News
Community Vaccination Programme

Cllr Steve Radford - Liberal Party Leader made an impassioned plea on Radio Merseyside for the Government to be more flexible with community vaccination programmes being able to offer the fourth vaccination to those under 75 who are high risk with respiratory illnesses or alike.

At the moment the protocols only allow the fourth jab be given to those with compromised immunity "having ran 3 community vaccination drops in events I saw first hand many people with recognised high risk illnesses being very upset at being turned away. If these people catch Covid they will be at far greater risk of serous illness or even fatality and the burden for treatment would fall on the NHS , so it makes no sense whatsoever to have them refused a fourth vaccination on compassionate or economic grounds. I have written to the Secretary of State for Health to ask him to review this policy and the protocol's".

Local election Result in North Yorkshire

Congratulations to Cllr Joy Andrews for securing the Pickering Division of the North Yorkshire Council and commiserations to out other 2 candidates Alasdair Clark and Clive Wass.

North Yorkshire Council
Pickering Division

ANDREWS, Joy The Liberal Party 804 (E)
Labour Party 248
The Conservative Party
Candidate 756
Yorkshire Party 50
Edward Green Party 187

Many thanks to our candidates and supporters both locally and nationally.

Cllr Steve Radford
Leader of The Liberal Party​

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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.