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Liberal Democrats set to Oppose the LRRB! March 14, 2006

Posted by bill111 in Politics.
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News from David Howarth's website that "An Emergency Motion to oppose the controversial Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill was passed unanimously by Conference yesterday".

This is a huge step and should deal a big blow to the government. If we can get the conservatives and Labour back-benchers onside too, we can defeat this bill outright!

What can I do?

  • You can write to your MP, telling him/her you disapprove of the bill.
  • Tell your friends about the bill and this site.
  • Distribute leaflets around your school/college, place of work or even in your local town.


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Comments

1. leon - March 14, 2006

Have you guys considered getting in touch with groups such as Charter 88 or Make My Votes count regarding this bill? I gather the Hansard Society is holding an event with the Minister responsible for the bill too…

2. Murky.org - March 15, 2006

Lib Dems resolve to oppose the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill

With thanks to the Campaign Against the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill, I learn that the Lib Dems have voted to fight the ‘Abolition of Parliament’ bill. For more on this bill and why it’s so troublesome, try this post…

3. Joe Llywelyn Griffith Blakesley - March 23, 2006

This is good news. We need all the help we can get to stop this unashamed enabling bill.

Also, at our spring conference last weekend, the Green Party of England and Wales unanimously passed an emergency motion condemning this bill in the strongest terms.

Unfortunately, the text of the motion has not been uploaded to our website yet; however, there is a press release .

4. Joe Llywelyn Griffith Blakesley - March 23, 2006

Sorry, the link got lost: the press release

5. Lib Dems resolve to oppose the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill » Murky Blog - December 13, 2008

[…] thanks to the Campaign Against the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill, I learn that the Lib Dems have voted to fight the ‘Abolition of Parliament’ bill. For […]


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