By George Miles
Jane Brophy, who's worked in the Green Lib Dems since our formation, will represent us in the Jane Brophy LibDem candidate in Oldham West and Royton bye-election on Thursday 3rd December 2015
You are all invited to Jane's next action day Saturday 14th November.
Jane writes: "Hi,
Hope you can help me at the Oldham West and Royton by-election - polling day is on the 3rd December.
There is a fantastic buzz at the office and an amazing energy in the Party for the Lib Dem Fightback!
Please come to help at one of the following three times on weekends:
The office will be open every day from now until polling day from 10.00am to 7.00pm.
Any questions please call 07884 733 281
or email email@example.com
Details for the campaign HQ office are: 51 Union Street Oldham OL1 1HH
Donate webpage here
Links to other articles:
- By-election news - Jane Brophy selected for Oldham West and Royton
Tim Farron MP was at the campaign launch on Saturday 7th November.
Lib Dems should not support an increase from 70 to 80mph on motorwayshttp://www.janebrophy.co.uk/index.php/news?start=40
Timperley Lib Dem councillor supports Tim Farron's leadership bid (Tuesday 2 June 2015)http://www.messengernewspapers.co.uk/news/news_in_brief/13218733.Timperley_Lib_Dem_councillor_supports_Tim_Farron___s_leadership_bid/
Green Homes Initiative (on 07 March 2015.)The Liberal Democrats have relentlessly pushed the green agenda over the last five years in government, in the face of strong resistance from the Conservatives. Yet despite much needed progress, people still suffer from homes that are too cold and bills that are too high. We will guarantee that nature and the environment will not be ignored in the forthcoming elections. The Lib Dems are putting green issues on the front page of our manifesto.
Energy efficiency and climate change are vital issues that we must tackle. Insulating millions of homes will significantly improve the cost of living and quality of life of people across the UK.
Liberal Democrats want to see a Green Homes revolution over the next 10 years.http://www.janebrophy.co.uk/index.php/news/144-lib-dems-green-homes-initiative
- Jane Brophy, a councillor in Trafford, Greater Manchester, who has been a Lib Dem since the beginning in 1988, said the atmosphere was more relaxed than when the party was in government. "I think the Liberal Democrats are confident at the moment - confident about where they stand in politics and that they have a role and a future," she said.
Woodland creation and tree planting in Trafford (on 08 April 2011.)http://www.janebrophy.co.uk/index.php/news/128-woodland-article-published-6th-april-2011
The positive role of the Lib Dems (on 18 May 2011.)A Tory programme for government would have looked extremely different. I believe the Lib Dem's progressive agenda will be viewed positively by the public over time. The Lib Dems, and those who voted for us locally and nationally, have much to be proud of. The disappointing election results for us show that we must work harder to get our message across so people know what we have achieved. Only last week the Lib Dem Energy Secretary announced historic CO2 reduction targets to combat climate change that the Tories initially opposed.