Mamma Mia The Party has moved on, but social housing remains top priority for Lambeth Lib Dems

While May’s borough elections are behind us, those of us who participated in the campaign continue to hold the issues Lambeth residents care about remain at the forefront of our minds. I –  along with fellow Liberal Democrat candidates in Bishop’s Ward, Audrey Eager and Charley Hasted – am therefore delighted to learn of the news that Abba have withdrawn their application for a Mamma Mia themed development on the Southbank. 

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Labour Lambeth is not even hitting half its targets

On 19th April at Vauxhall Gardens Community Centre, Ashley Lumsden represented Lambeth Liberal Democrats in a hustings focused on the findings of the non-partisan People’s Audit report – which has uncovered “extensive financial mismanagement” by Lambeth Council.

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Libraries being closed and restricted is a symptom of a bigger problem

On 17th April, residents gathered at Herne Hill Baptist Church Hall to hear from Lambeth and Southwark borough election candidates. I represented Lambeth Liberal Democrats in a hustings that focused on the provision of services for the vulnerable, recycling, the future of Lambeth libraries (including Carnegie) and green spaces (in light of recent controversy around the use of Brockwell Park for large private events.) 

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