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Huge response to Lisa's crime survey

Over 1,000 residents have already responded to Lisa's crime survey making this the largest survey of its kind in our area. Over 91% have told us they want more police on the streets, but there is still time to make your voice heard.

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Lisa Smart brings Vince Cable to visit Stepping Hill Hospital

Stockport Lib Dem Councillors Mark Hunter & Lisa Smart brought Vince Cable to Stepping Hill Hospital to see the pressures our local health services face

Liberal Democrats have called for a 1p rise in income tax to properly fund our NHS and provide the services we need.

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TOWN HALL TO BE LIT UP IN PINK, PURPLE AND BLUE IN SUPPORT OF BI VISIBILITY DAY

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Cllr Lisa Smart says Thank You

 

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Lisa Smart and the Liberal Democrats finished a close second to the Conservatives in the race to be our new MP. The result was a close two horse race between Lisa and the Conservative.

 

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Statement: Manchester Terror Attacks

For many local people the General Election now seems like a side show after recent horrific events.

People across our area are feeling the recent devastating attack on innocent young people keenly.

To think that just a few miles away in Manchester, a place I used to visit daily for work innocent young lives would be taken in a cowardly terrorist attack really is beyond comprehension.

Manchester is a strong city, I'm sure you will have heard the many acts of kindness and strength that the people of Greater Manchester have undertaken over the past days. The people of Greater Manchester are clear that we will remember those who lost their lives, and give every help to those struggling with the loss of a loved one.

I want to give my personal sympathies to the families who are suffering so acutely this week.

To the Mayor of Manchester and the Prime minister I want to say I know that this feeling runs through people of all parties, all colours and creeds and far beyond constituency boundaries. Representatives of all parties and none will work together to help Greater Manchester through this dark time.

Finally it should be clear that now is not the time to let the terrorists win. Greater Manchester is defiant and in situations like this the best thing we can do is to carry on. To demonstrate the strength of our people, our country and our democracy.

Councillor Lisa Smart

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Lisa Smart campaigns to scrap dementia tax that would hit 92% of homes in Hazel Grove & Stockport

92% of homes in Stockport could be eligible for sale to meet Theresa May’s so-called 'dementia tax', research by the Liberal Democrats has revealed.

 

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Tim Farron Visits Woodley to Support Lisa Smart

Today Tim Farron, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, visited Woodley to support the campaign of Lisa Smart, Liberal Democrat candidate for Hazel Grove constituency.

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Lib Dems to give £770 boost to 19,800 pensioners in Hazel Grove Constituency

19,800 pensioners living in Hazel Grove Constituency will receive at least an extra £772 per year under Liberal Democrat manifesto plans to protect the 'triple lock' for state pensions.

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Lisa Smart to stand for snap General Election

Local Councillor Lisa Smart will be the Liberal Democrat candidate for the constituency of Hazel Grove at the General Election on June 8th 2017.

Lisa has a track record of campaigning for better services at Stepping Hill Hospital, standing up against Conservative and Labour plans to bulldoze our greenbelt and winning fights to keep local buses on the road.

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Supreme Court ruling: Lib Dems call for people in North West to be given a say on Brexit deal

The Liberal Democrats have called for people in the North West to be given a say over the final Brexit deal, following today's judgement at the Supreme Court which ruled that Parliament must be given a vote on triggering Article 50.

The ruling comes amid warnings that a hard Brexit could cost the UK economy between £100bn and £200bn by 2030, with a hit to GDP of between 5% to 10%.

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