Demand Better for South East Shropshire!

Welcome to the website of Bridgnorth Liberal Democrats – we are the Liberal Democrat branch for south east Shropshire and part of Ludlow Constituency Liberal Democrats.

We represent the Liberal Democrats in and around :

  • Albrighton*
  • Shifnal*
  • Broseley
  • Much Wenlock
  • Bridgnorth
  • Highley
  • Alveley

* Wrekin Parliamentary Constituency

About the Liberal Democrats

Latest News

Shropshire Council’s development plans for Bridgnorth

Shropshire Council is updating the Local Plan for the County, to guide future development up to 2038. Once it’s formally adopted, the Local Plan will be used as a benchmark for deciding planning applications. The full draft Local Plan includes: Strategic policies about the approach to managing development across the county Development management policies setting …

National LibDem News

  • South Lakes MP Tim Farron has warmly welcomed the news that the House of Lords have voted to repeal a law which makes it a criminal offence to sleep rough. The Vagrancy Act, which dates back to 1824, can lead to people being fined £1,000 and given a criminal record […]
  • On the floor of the House of Commons this week, local MP Tim Farron accused Conservative ministers of selling out Britain's high animal welfare standards in their trade deal with Australia. The RSPCA have warned that the deal would "betray the public, farmers and animals" and could set back animal […]
  • Bath MP Wera Hobhouse has voted against the Elections Bill which came back for its third reading in the House of Commons this week. Mrs Hobhouse states that the bill is immoral and will disenfranchise some voters. 
  • Data acquired by the Liberal Democrats has revealed a growing dentist staffing crisis as almost 1,000 dental practitioners have walked away from the NHS in the past twelve months, citing years of chronic underfunding made worse by the pressures of the pandemic.
  • MPs grilled the welfare minister after it was revealed that at least 118,000 sick and disabled people had their benefits wrongly cut. In a question to the minister, Wendy Chamberlain highlighted other problems with administering benefits and secured a meeting with the minister to discuss the cases of two constituents.

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