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Lib Dems outline waste plan in election manifesto

27 May 2017, 10:19 | Floyd Cook

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"A vote for the Liberal Democrats can change Britain's future".

He said Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had "let you down by voting with Theresa May on Brexit - not against her".

Like the Lib Dems, Labour wants a ban on junk food advertising before 9pm.

It's time for Southern to go - and the Lib Dems are committed to giving the contract to another company who can make sure the trains are run on time.

"We want to give all our children a brighter future in a fairer Britain where people are decent to each other, with good schools and hospitals, a clean environment and an innovative economy", Farron said.

Priorities for the party's nine MPs will be to protect rights of EU and United Kingdom citizens, including simplifying the citizenship process, and to campaign for continued membership of single market and customs union.

"First and foremost we need to pay nurses enough so we can recruit and retain them - and you need the investment in care and health more generally to mean you'll bring people in and, therefore, safe staffing levels are something you can actually achieve", he told the conference.

In its manifesto, which repeats a number of pledges made previously, the Lib Dems said it would set out a "coherent tax and regulatory framework".

Jack Haines, 18, from Hull, was urged to shave "Lib Dem" into the sides of his haircut by friends, weeks before the General Election on June 8.

"And if you don't like that deal, you should have the choice to remain in the European Union", he said. "Provision to outlaw already exists in the Equalities Act 2010, but successive governments have failed to implement that provision despite people in Britain continuing to be affected by this pernicious form of discrimination", said Sat Pal Muman, chair of CasteWatchUk.

The Liberal Democrats have also said they accept that new nuclear power stations can "play a role" in electricity supply provided "concerns about safety, disposal of waste and cost are adequately addressed, new technology is incorporated, and there is no public subsidy for new build".

Cable is trying to win back his London seat, after losing in the party's nosedive in the 2015 election after five years as a minor coalition partner alongside the centre-right Conservatives.

The extra cash will be raised by increasing income tax by 1%, while the Lib Dems also plan to reverse the Conservatives' cuts to corporation tax. Liberal Democrats support pressing ahead with the HS2 high speed rail line, and say they will "continue to champion the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Engine initiatives and invest significant capital resources in infrastructure projects across the north of England and the Midlands".

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