We store cookies on your device to make sure we give you the best experience on this website. I'm fine with this - Turn cookies off
Switch to an accessible version of this website which is easier to read. (requires cookies)

South Lincolnshire Liberal Democrats cover the parliamentary constituencies of South Holland and The Deepings, and Grantham and Stamford.

The constituencies are part of South Holland District Council and South Kesteven District Council areas. There are a number of major towns within the South Lincs Liberal Democrats area including Bourne, Grantham, Holbeach, Market Deeping, Spalding, Stamford, as well as a host of beautiful villages.

If you want to know more about our work here in South Lincolnshire contact our chair on chair@southlincslibdems.org.uk or to be part of the Lib Dem fightback join here - http://www.libdems.org.uk/join

South Lincolnshire selects business women for General Election

Anita Day

Julia Cambridge

Anita Day Julia Cambridge

Grantham and Stamford

South Holland and the Deepings

Click here to find your Polling Station

Recent updates

  • Vince Cable (Chris McAndrew [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Aug 20, 2017
    By Caron Lindsay in Liberal Democrat Voice

    Vince Cable went to Edinburgh on his tour of the country taking questions from members.

    For 90 minutes, he answered questions on such varying subjects as tackling extremism, Brexit, freedom of movement, the triple lock, opportunities for young people and the fight against climate change.

    He was particularly strong on tackling inter-generational unfairness, social justice and reducing inequality as top priorities.

  • Jamie Stone (Chris McAndrew [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Aug 20, 2017

    Liberal Democrat MP Jamie Stone (Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross) gets grilled by Core Politics:



  • Brexit Rand
    Article: Aug 20, 2017
    By Tom Brake MP

    David Davis promised us 'the row of the summer' over the Brexit timetable, only to capitulate weeks later to the EU's preferred timetable after a disastrous general election for his party which vastly undermined their negotiating position.

    To be now, a couple of months down the line, trying to reopen the issue reeks of desperation at an approaching economic storm and a cabinet who don't have a clue.

  • Vince Cable (Chris McAndrew [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Aug 20, 2017
    By Richard Partington in The Guardian

    Lib Dem leader Vince Cable questions UK's commitment to environmental projects after GIB sale to Australian bank Macquarie

    The government is facing renewed criticism after pushing through the "disastrous" sale of the Green Investment Bank (GIB) to the Australian bank Macquarie, as fresh concerns are raised over its commitment to environmental projects.

  • doctor, surgeon, hospital, ward, surgery, operation
    Article: Aug 19, 2017

    A renowned scientist such as Stephen Hawking questioning your evidence might normally be cause to think again, but sadly it looks as though Jeremy Hunt has joined the chorus of those who have had enough of experts.

    Hunt had cherry-picked research to justify his argument. For a scientist, cherry-picking evidence is unacceptable.

    Stephen Hawking
  • Liberal Democrat Gain
    Article: Aug 18, 2017

    Eight council by-elections this week, all in England: Two Liberal Democrat gains, two Liberal Democrat holds, two Conservative holds and two Labour.

    Epping TC, Epping Hemnall - 17th August 2017

    Conservative 481 [37.4%; -4.9%]
    (Labour 0 [0%; -20.8%])
    Majority 324
    Turnout 25.8%
    LD GAIN from Conservative
    Percentage changes from 2015

    Bungay TC - 17th August 2017

    LD Candidate (unopposed): Gary Ryan
    LD GAIN from Independent

    Aylesbury Vale TC Southcourt Ward - 17th August 2017

    LD Waheed Raja 478 [39%, +10.1%]

    Conservative 363 [29.6%, -7.7%]
    Labour 283 [23.1%, -0.5%]
    Green 55 [4.5%, -1.2%]
    UKIP 47 [3.8%, -17.1%]
    Majority 115
    Percentage changes from 2015

    Aylesbury Vale DC, Southcourt - 17th August 2017

  • Vince Cable (Chris McAndrew [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Aug 18, 2017
    By Catriona Webster in The Independent

    'I think there is more than a possibility that it may never happen'

    Sir Vince Cable has said he still believes there is a "significant possibility" that Brexit will not happen.

    The Liberal Democrat leader told an audience at the Edinburgh International Book Festival that he stood by the view that the UK might not leave the European Union (EU).

  • Green Energy renewable energy Government
    Article: Aug 18, 2017
    By Vince Cable

    The Government's sale of the Green Investment Bank (GIB), which was completed today, is environmentally irresponsible.

    The Government confirmed today Macquarie Group Limited has now completed its purchase of the GIB for £2.3bn, which will now be known as the Green Investment Group (GIG).

    I launched the Bank in 2012, during my time as Business Secretary. Its environmental mission is now in danger of disappearing, I am calling for Parliament to ensure commitments to protect green investment in the UK are kept.

  • Brexit Rand
    Article: Aug 17, 2017

    Over the summer, we heard that Philip Hammond was courageously fighting off the more extreme Brexiteers. Supposedly he was looking for a compromise to keep Britain within the customs union and single market as long as possible.

    The rebellion didn't last very long. He has now teamed up with one of the more extreme and ideological supporters of a 'Hard Brexit.

    It is now painfully clear who calls the shots in the Cabinet; it isnt' the Chancellor.

  • EU / UK flags
    Article: Aug 17, 2017
    By Tom Brake MP

    Ministers have privately admitted that the government may not start negotiating Britain's future trade relationship with the EU until the end of the year, it emerged today.

    This comes despite David Davis insisting back in May that talks on a future trade agreement would take place in parallel with negotiation over the UK's withdrawal from the EU.

  • Norman Lamb
    Article: Aug 17, 2017
    By Norman Lamb MP

    The number of patients suffering the indignity of staying in mixed-sex wards soared to 908 in July 2017, more than double the number in the same month last year.

    In total over 9,000 patients were put in a mixed sex ward over the last year, up 55% from the previous year.

    The figures come after a recent official survey found NHS patients are increasingly dissatisfied with levels of privacy, dignity and well-being in hospital.

    The Liberal Democrats have called on Theresa May to recommit to ending mixed-sex hospital wards, after the Conservative Party's longstanding pledge to end the practice was dropped from its 2017 Manifesto.

    Under Theresa May's watch, we've seen a scandalous rise in the number of patients being forced to stay in mixed-sex wards.

    Men and women shouldn't have to share hospital wards, it's an affront to basic human dignity.

    It's time to end the the continued underfunding of the NHS and care that is putting intolerable pressure on services and leading to these sorts of failures.

    The Conservatives once pledged to end mixed-sex wards, now it seems they've given up.

  • Aldc
    Article: Aug 17, 2017
    By ALDC in Liberal Democrat Voice

    ALDC are recruiting the 2017 group for the ALDC's Future Leaders programme at our November Kickstart and are asking could you be a leader in your area?

    Whether you are standing for election next May, a key member of the core campaign team in your local constituency and ultimately looking to be a leader in your area, this could be the ideal opportunity for you.

  • kirsten
    Article: Aug 17, 2017
    By Kirsten Johnson in Liberal Democrat Voice

    Many residents have contacted me with road concerns. I was warned before the election that roads would take a lot of my time! The list goes on and on: potholes, drainage, dips in the road, worn surfaces, pavements, kerbs, broken bollards, street-lighting, etc.

    Is it worth my time? Yes. Getting a pavement cleared so that a mum with a pushchair can get through makes a difference. Getting a cycle route tidied of overgrown hedge keeps cyclists on the cycle path and safe. Working for new street-lighting protects young people as they walk home from school in the winter months. Improving drainage means people can access a recreation ground rather than walking through standing water to the gate.

  • Vince Cable (Chris McAndrew [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)
    Article: Aug 17, 2017

    Here's the new film from the Liberal Democrats, a short clip from Vince Cable's appearance on Channel 4 News on 16 August 2017:




  • Document: Aug 17, 2017
  • Bournemouth Pier (Michael Chizlett - Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Aug 17, 2017

    The full agenda and directory for September's Lib Dem federal conference in Bournemouth are out and you can read them in full below. Included in the agenda for Saturday is the latest round of consultation on the party's strategy.

    A new guide to help people understand the motions has also been published along with an addendum to the agenda (also below) which sets out the motion on Europe that will be debated.

  • Brexit Rand
    Article: Aug 16, 2017
    By Ed Davey

    The government's plan for the Northern Ireland border after Brexit has more holes in it than a colander.

    It comes after the government admitted EU nationals will still be able to enter the UK from Ireland after Brexit under its plans.

    The government's position paper on Ireland and Northern Ireland states that "it is important to note that immigration controls are not, and never have been, solely about the ability to prevent and control entry at the UK's physical border."

  • Nick Clegg
    Article: Aug 16, 2017
    By Alison Flood in The Guardian

    The ex-deputy prime minister's 'resistance handbook', out in October, explains how the EU referendum decision can be reversed while reuniting the UK - and seems destined to fill many remoaners' Christmas stockings

    Alongside tips on household management from Mary Berry and help with home cooking from Nigella Lawson, a different kind of guide is also due to land on bookshop shelves this Christmas: How to Stop Brexit, by the former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg.

  • Brexit Rand
    Article: Aug 16, 2017

    Real wages fell by 0.5% in the three months to June 2017 compared with a year earlier, figures from the Office for National Statistics today have revealed.

    Average weekly earnings increased by 2.1%, but with inflation standing at 2.6% real earnings still fell by 0.5%.

    This is a direct consequence of the higher inflation we have seen since the EU referendum.

  • Joe Otten
    Article: Aug 16, 2017
    By Joe Otten in Liberal Democrat Voice

    Hardly a day goes by on my social media feeds without some form of the following conversation:

    Commentator/political has been: What we really need is a new moderate centre party in the UK, standing up for all the internationalist, tolerant liberal values that Corbyn and May have abandoned.

    Liberal Democrats: Helloooooo!!!!!

Register to Vote