Lockleaze is a 2 member ward in Bristol North West Parliamentary Constituency. The last election in Lockleaze was in May 2016 where the candidates were Leslie Cooper and Rebecca Hutcheon. The Liberal Democrats received 9.62% of the vote and we want to increase this in the next election. The next election will be in May 2021.

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#End Child Food Poverty

‘The Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society, in which no one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity.'

This is part of the preamble to the constitution of the Liberal Democrats and the reason so many of us were angry this week when MPs at Westminster voted not to offer free school meals to vulnerable children during the school holidays.

Andrew Vanrey, Lib Dem candidate for Brislington West, said, ‘As a recipient of free school meals when I was younger, I know what a difference it made to my mum, who was struggling to raise three kids on her own’. Jos added, ‘It’s truly shocking that in the 21st century, we still have millions of children living in food poverty’.

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