General Election 2019

Meet our candidates


Helen Cross is our candidate for Brentford & Isleworth




Hina Malik is our candidate for Feltham & Heston Hina Malik candidate



THREE WAYS YOU CAN HELP NOW!

DONATE - There are 2 ways to donate. Either directly to fund the campaign in Brentford & Isleworth or the campaign in Feltham & Heston.

For Brentford & Isleworth please pay into the following account:

Liberal Democrats Chiswick, HSBC
Sortcode: 40-02-13 Account no: 92029359

For Feltham & Heston or Housnlow generally please click here:

Donate

VOLUNTEER - Just 4 hours of your time in the next month could make all the difference. For details please contact ChiswickChair@hounslowlibdems.org.uk or call 07973 633249.

FOLLOW - Please "like" our Facebook page and share posts that you agree with. Follow us on Twitter @LibDemHounslow and @LiberalChiswick - please like and retweet our posts.

Thank you!

Recent updates


  • Article: Nov 21, 2019

    The Liberal Democrats have officially launched our 2019 General Election Manifesto!

    In it, we have outlined a clear plan to build a brighter future, where every person, every community and our planet can thrive.

    Don't have time to read the full manifesto right now? Here, we explain our top 5 steps:

    1. Stop Brexit

  • Article: Nov 21, 2019

    Last night, we held our Liberal Democrat manifesto launch event in Camden, North London, where Jo Swinson laid out our ambitious government plans for both people and the planet.

    In her speech, Jo emphasised that the Liberal Democrats are the only party that can take votes away from the Conservatives, the only party that will stop Brexit and the only party that can build a brighter future for our country.

  • Article: Nov 20, 2019

    Today, we can finally share our full Plan for the Future with you!

    This manifesto is a bold plan to build a brighter future for our country.

    That starts with stopping Brexit.

    The Liberal Democrats will build a brighter future for people and our planet.

    Labour and the Conservatives can't offer the country a brighter future because they both want Brexit. We know that will be bad for our economy, bad for our NHS and bad for our environment.

  • Article: Nov 20, 2019

    For too many people, things aren't working as they should be. The Conservatives and Labour are stuck in the past, failing time and again to deliver a better future.

    Brexit chaos has distracted from the real issues facing our country. While the Tories and Labour are squabbling over the latest Brexit deal, the country is in crisis.

  • Hillary.gif
    Article: Nov 20, 2019

    "Inexplicable and shameful."

    "Inexplicable and shameful." - Hillary Clinton on the UK government's refusal to publish a report into Russian interference in British politics.

    Yeesh. It's almost like she has experience with childish leaders lying to get their own way.

    Hillary Clinton knows first-hand what it feels like to go up against Russian interference into elections. While investigations are still ongoing, many close to Trump are already in jail - for collusion with Russian politicians during the 2016 Election.

  • Article: Nov 20, 2019

    20th November is Trans Day of Remembrance. Every year, we take a moment to remember those in the trans community who have been lost too soon. Too many are killed or are made to feel like they have no choice but to end their lives for simply being who they are.

    We proudly champion the T, alongside the LGB, for a society where no-one is made to feel unsafe or worthless because of who they are or who they love.

  • Helen Cross Westminster
    Article: Nov 20, 2019
    By Helen Cross in Chiswick Herald

    Chiswick resident Helen Cross, the prospective parliamentary candidate for the Liberal Democrats for Brentford and Isleworth, writes in the Chiswick Herald about why she thinks Remain Tories should vote Lib Dem on 12 December.

    'Should a Conservative voter who is a Remainer, vote Tory now?' The answer, supplied by traditional One Nation Tories like Sam Gyimah, Dr Philip Lee, Matthew Parris and Michael Heseltine, is 'No'.

  • Article: Nov 20, 2019
    By Liberal Democrats

    Our schools should be world class, helping every child make the most of the challenges ahead. But instead, they are trailing behind.

    The Conservatives have cut school funding to the bone and children have paid the price, especially those with the most complex needs.

    Highly valued, well trained teachers are the most important resource we have in our education system. Liberal Democrats will recruit 20,000 more teachers and give them the pay and support they deserve.

  • Article: Nov 19, 2019
    By Ed Davey

    Today - Tuesday 19th November - is International Men's Day.

    While women bear the brunt of continuing sexism and discrimination, men can also struggle unfairly because of gender stereotyping. Societal expectations of what a man should be - stoic, emotionally distant, wholly independent - can bring their own pressures for some. Such expectations can contribute to poor mental health and isolation.

  • Article: Nov 19, 2019

    "This law needs to change. ITV needs to change."

    "The Liberal Democrats' position in this election and that of our leader is unique: Jo Swinson is the only leader of a national party fighting to stop Brexit.

    "Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn should not be allowed to sidestep debating the issue of Brexit with someone who wants to remain, and ITV should not give them the opportunity to do so.

    "That is why this is an incredibly disappointing verdict. Not just for the Liberal Democrats but also for democracy in this country, and for every Remainer who deserves to have a voice in this debate.