General Election 2019

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Helen Cross is our candidate for Brentford & Isleworth



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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:

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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.

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Recent updates


  • Article: Feb 5, 2020

    Week in, week out, either at my constituency surgery or in my inbox or just through conversations with friends and acquaintances, I hear yet another tragic story of a child or young person struggling with their mental health, having to battle to get any sort of help.

    Inadequate funding under the Conservatives has left Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) close to breaking point

  • Article: Feb 3, 2020

    LGBT History Month is a welcome opportunity to celebrate the activism, strength and the spirit of the entire LGBT+ community. This is the time to look back at the key moments in the struggle for equal rights and to reflect on how we can build a more just world for everyone.

    This month we celebrate iconic LGBT+ pioneers and strengthen our efforts to give meaningful attention to LGBT history.

  • Article: Jan 31, 2020

    For the last four years, the Liberal Democrats have proudly fought to stop Brexit.

    I am immensely proud of everything we did. We stood up for our values. We campaigned so hard. But I also accept that at 11pm tonight, we will no longer be members of the European Union.

    Our European story is not over. Tomorrow our fight continues, to make sure Britain has the closest possible relationship with our allies in Europe.

  • Article: Jan 31, 2020

    Being a Liberal Democrat candidate is a rewarding way to make a difference anywhere from your local town council to nationally in Westminster. Our new candidates process makes it far easier to get the ball rolling on your application. If you're thinking of standing, we have just made it easier for you to apply! There is a link to a short form below that you can use to express interest.

  • Article: Jan 30, 2020

    Good morning.

    For the last four years, the Liberal Democrats fought to stop Brexit.

    We held street stalls, town hall meetings and we marched in our millions.

    Today we stand strong in the knowledge that we did everything we could.

    Our pro-Europeanism is built on our patriotism

    Tens of thousands of people got involved with our campaign. People who had never campaigned before. And old hands, campaigning harder than they ever had before.

  • Article: Jan 29, 2020

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  • Article: Jan 29, 2020

    In 2018 a homeless man, Gyula Remes, died in Westminster Tube station. He was one of over 700 homeless people who died that year, and the second to die in Westminster station that year.

    71% of people think arresting someone for sleeping rough is a waste of police time

    There's a gate in the station - near the entrance to Parliament. It's designed to push homeless people just a little bit further away. How many times did MPs just walk past him and turn a blind eye?

  • Article: Jan 27, 2020

    I would like to send best wishes to everyone celebrating Chinese New Year!


    Across the world friends and loved ones will be coming together, to reflect on the year gone by and look ahead to the future.


    Chinese New Year celebrations are marked by wonderful traditions that date back thousands of years. Each year they remind us of how alive and vibrant Chinese culture is in Britain today.

  • Article: Jan 27, 2020

    On Holocaust Memorial Day, we pause to remember one of the darkest chapters in human history. We remember a time of unimaginable evil which resulted in the death of 6 million Jewish people and countless others who perished under a state-sponsored policy of hate and systemic violence.

    This year marks 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz which led to the release of 7000 people and exposed the depth of the horrors committed there and elsewhere.

  • Article: Jan 20, 2020

    Today kickstarts an important week in Parliament, with votes taking place on key amendments to the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, tabled by Liberal Democrats.

    In our fight to hold this Conservative Government to account on its Brexit agenda, we are fighting to protect EU citizens' rights as well as those of unaccompanied child refugees.