Elizabeth has hit out at the appalling record of the Conservative Government on affordable homes.
The government's latest affordable housing figures reveal a significant and sustained drop in the supply of affordable homes in the last two years.
The amount of litter in Britain's seas has increased by more than 150% in a year, figures published by DEFRA show. Elizabeth is campaigning for a reduction in the amount of plastic used for packaging and water consumption.Read more
A new report just released by the Institute for Fiscal Studies has found that benefit cuts will increase child poverty. Absolute child poverty would increase by 4%, and three-quarters of that would be linked to the freeze to most working-age benefits and limiting of tax credits and universal credits to two children.Read more
10,000 job could leave the City of London on day one after Brexit, Sam Woods, the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, warned today. Mr Woods also confirmed that the long-term estimates of 75,000 job losses and billions in lost revenue by consultancy Oliver Wyman were "plausible."Read more
Elizabeth has responded to the alarming requests by Conservative MP, Chris Heaton-Harris, who has written to all higher education institutions requesting a list of every staff member involved with teaching about Brexit, in addition to a copy of the syllabus for the subject.Read more
Elizabeth has held up the 2015 Lib Dem vote here in Stratford for the 2017 General Election and has thanked everyone who supported her.Read more
Liz Adams welcomes the Lib Dems’ announcement for a £2bn Flood Prevention Fund
The Liberal Democrats will commit to a £2bn flood prevention fund which focuses on providing support for small community and council-led schemes.Read more
Liz has been out and about talking to residents in Alcester on the final weekend of the County election campaign.
Liz Adams Champions Measures to End Rough Sleeping
The Liberal Democrats have committed to ending the scandal of rough sleeping in Britain, as the Homelessness Reduction Bill enters into force today.Read more
The UK has slipped to 40th place in press freedom rankings in the wake of the Investigatory Powers Act.
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