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Lib Dems Winning Here

Welcome to the website of the Buckingham Constituency Liberal Democrats

The Liberal Democrats remain a proudly pro-European party. We are the only main party to say this unequivocally.

Liberal Democrats believe that the British people should have their say on the final Brexit deal in a referendum. Voting for a departure is not the same as voting for a destination. British people have a right to have their say on whether the deal they are offered is the right one for them, their families, their communities and our country.

The Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society, in which we seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no-one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity. We champion the freedom, dignity and well-being of individuals, we acknowledge and respect their right to freedom of conscience and their right to develop their talents to the full. We aim to disperse power, to foster diversity and to nurture creativity. We believe that the role of the state is to enable all citizens to attain these ideals, to contribute fully to their communities and to take part in the decisions which affect their lives

If you are interested in joining us, please contact us on:

info@buckinghamlibdems.org.uk

Or go to http://www.libdems.org.uk

Recent updates

  • Avril Davies
    Article: May 11, 2017

    People lose council seats. That's politics.

    You accept it, and you move on.

    That's what Avril Davies (left) and her team will do in the Ivinghoe division of Bucks County Council. Avril lost the seat by 214 votes to the Conservative in the elections on May 4 after 26 continuous years as a LibDem councillor.

  • Article: May 3, 2017

    More from Avril's Focus

  • Article: May 3, 2017

    Avril's Focus for the Ivinghoe division

  • Article: Apr 21, 2017

    We will be contesting the Buckingham Constituency. We have a prospective Parliamentary candidate. We'll be announcing our choice later.

  • £800 tax cut for 24m workers (Stirling and Clacks Scottish Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Apr 17, 2017

    County Council Elections May 4th 2017

    Please support our Candidates to enable us to deliver our Manifesto for young people, later life, families, transport, economy, health, the environment, community and local growth

    Young People

    We will restore the Connexions Service with a 'youth club plus' focus to develop training, provide health and well-being advice. We will double the number of apprentices in Bucks and introduce 'Freedom to Travel' bus passes for teenagers.

  • Article: Mar 17, 2017

    Councillor Mrs Avril Davies, Lib Dem member for Ivinghoe division, leads the opposition group on Buckinghamshire County Council. Currently this is composed of 36 Conservatives, 4 UKIP, 3 Liberal Democrats, 4 Independents and 1 Labour.


    Fantastic fossils will be on display at College Lake on the first weekend in April. Fossils from the Jurassic beds excavated at College Lake, designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest, are normally in storage at the Bucks County Museum Resource Centre at Halton. I have visited the resource centre twice recently as a member of the Select Committee for Transport, Environment and Communities which maintains an overview of the Museum Trust.

  • Sarah Olney, Liz Leffman and Tim Farron (Jon Ball)
    Article: Mar 11, 2017

    There has been a remarkable turnaround in the fortunes of the Liberal Democrat party since it was almost wiped out in the House of Commons on General Election Day, 2015.

    These are the landmarks.

    • General Election Day, 2015. 45,555 members.
    • By Autumn 2015, 20,965 people join. By the end of 2015, membership reaches 61,598.
    • 2016 - Liberal Democrats at the heart of the Remain campaign, alongside many other pro-European campaigners.
    • Membership is 62,500 on June 24th.
    • Tim Farron gives speech the day after the referendum, pledging to continue making the case that Britain is stronger in Europe. Thousands more join the party
    • November 2016. Donald Trump elected. Thousands more join, to oppose the politics of hate, fear and division he represents.
    • 2nd December, Sarah Olney (pictured, with Tim Farron) wins the Richmond Park by-election
    • 1st January 2017 party membership reaches 78,407.
    • January 2017, Theresa May reiterates her push for "Hard Brexit" - Lib Dems lead opposition to her plans.
    • 4,000 new members join Lib Dems.
    • March 10th 2017 - membership reaches 85,094
  • HS2
    Article: Mar 6, 2017


    The HS2 rail line was given was given the final go-ahead by Parliament late last month (February).

    It will cross the forthcoming East West (Oxford to Cambridge) Rail line (EWR) somewhere around Calvert/Charndon near Grendon, in North Buckinghamshire, in the Buckingham constituency.

    HS2 has a large construction depot planned at Calvert, while EWR intends to site a depot a mile or so away at Charndon.

  • Article: Mar 4, 2017

    Increase in Council Tax to support care for the elderly and learning disabled, now two thirds of council spending.

    The LibDem-led opposition group did not vote against the increase in council tax proposed by the controlling Conservative group.

    Cllr Avril Davies, leader of the Lib Dem-led official opposition group on Bucks County Council, told the full Bucks County Council meeting this month (February):

  • Lord Jonathan Marks QC
    Article: Feb 27, 2017

    The Lib Derm peers were excellent in the Article 50 debate last week.

    This was the contribution of Buckingham party member Jonathan Marks, Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames.

    Jonathan is Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice

    He concentrated his remarks on the effect on international relations and pointed out the absurdity of the Government's position on the European Court of Justice. He described what he called the Government's two "unrealistic and obsessive illusions" on immigration and ECJ.