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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Health
    is run not Whitehall or unelected officials We will set up elected local health boards that will be accountable directly to local people for their decisions Fund personal care We will invest an extra 2 billion to pay for a universal care payment based on an individual s need not their ability to pay for those aged over 65 who require personal care This would slash care costs for individuals and guarantee a minimum standard of care for those who need it We will also scrap charges for eye and dental checks and review prescription charges Introduce a patient contract We will guarantee every citizen access to a high standard of core healthcare entitlements within maximum waiting times To make sure that the NHS delivers patients will have the right to receive private treatment paid for by the NHS if the waiting time was not met Free the NHS from Government meddling We will end Government meddling in the NHS Letting staff get on with their jobs will lead to shorter waiting times cleaner hospitals and more personalised care Keeping people healthy tackling Health Inequalities We will give people the information and opportunities to make healthy choices for example through clearer food and alcohol labelling We will tackle the wider problems contributing to health inequality such as poverty poor housing and poor environment Tackle the dentist crisis We will create incentives for dentists to treat patients in the greatest need The performance of our dentists will be monitored to ensure that standards are kept high We will also promote good oral health I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Liberal Democrats Health policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Liberal Democrats Policies Health Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t

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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Transport
    introducing a rolling programme of rail expansion schemes in local areas including opening new lines We will support local communities and localised transport by enhancing the powers of Integrated Transport Authorities and local authorities to control bus matters An environmentally friendly transport policy We reject the Government s failed predict and provide approach to aviation and would not build any new runway capacity in the south east of England We also reject any major new programmes of road building and would invest in public transport instead In terms of car use we will introduce strict new targets on new car emissions to at least 120g km on average by 2012 at the European level A revenue neutral motorways and trunk roads pricing system on would replace Vehicle Excise Duty and lower harmful motor emissions Sustainable methods of moving freight We will ensure good rail paths on key strategic freight corridors facilitate the maximum use of inland and coastal waterways and encourage research and development into low carbon technologies for freight vehicles More power to local authorities Labour has failed to tackle congestion in Britain s towns and cities The planning system should be used to minimise the need for car use We will include promotion of safer cycling and pedestrian routes in all local transport plans We will end the highly centralised approach to planning and empower local authorities to deal with issues such as traffic target resolution and the regulation of local bus services Green zero carbon vehicles We will set a zero emissions target for all new cars by 2040 We will also extend targets to all other vehicles to ensure that by 2050 all freight vehicles are running on electricity sustainable biofuels or other renewable fuels I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views

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  • Liberal Democrats Policies Debate » Page 2
    Debate According to the Liberal Democrats Party website the Liberal Democrats Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election We re all proud of the NHS but with superbugs long waiting lists and a postcode lottery for vital drugs it still lets too many of us down Liberal Liberal Democrats Policies Pensions and Benefits Posted by David in Liberal Democrats Policies Debate According to the Liberal Democrats Party website the Liberal Democrats Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election The current pension system is unfair the basic state pension is too low and it discriminates against women and carers who take time out of work 2 1 million pensioners Liberal Democrats Policies Environment and Energy Posted by David in Liberal Democrats Policies Debate According to the Liberal Democrats Party website the Liberal Democrats Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election Climate change could destroy our way of life but going green seems harder than ever Instead of listening and helping the government piles on more taxes Liberal Democrats will Liberal Democrats Policies Rural Affairs Posted by David in Liberal Democrats Policies Debate According to the Liberal Democrats Party website the Liberal Democrats Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election The Liberal Democrats are the only party with the vision commitment and political drive to deliver positive change which will in turn safe guard the future of our rural Liberal Democrats Policies Law and Order Posted by David in Liberal Democrats Policies Debate According to the Liberal Democrats Party website the Liberal Democrats Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the

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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Business and Enterprise
    We will ensure customers get a fair deal by making watchdogs more powerful and accessible We are currently working on a review and consultation on UK consumer policy which will report next year A brighter future for post offices and Royal Mail The post office network is in severe decline after decades of under funding and neglect Our policy would free Royal Mail to invest 2 billion for real investment and secure the future of the post office network Accounting for the environment UK companies are responsible for 12 15 of emissions globally Britain must take the lead in calling for effective standardised and simple environmental reporting for business We will improve environmental reporting so that large and medium sized organisations and all government departments are able to produce accurate one page reports These will show emissions levels and the amount of raw materials and sustainable sourcing used All small organisations will be assisted in achieving environmental targets Growing green business We will create real incentives for businesses and individuals to go green Through our green tax switch and changes in general demand environmentally friendly technology can become a booming market We want to make Britain a leading exporter in technology that is both environmentally friendly and cutting edge Fair trade Rich countries still operate subsidies and tariff barriers that hit the poorest countries in the world We will seek to break down these barriers and promote trade and investment in developing countries Dumping of subsidised agricultural exports by developed countries wrecks local farming in Africa and other parts of the world This scandal must stop I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Liberal Democrats Business and Enterprise policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Liberal Democrats Policies Business and Enterprise Name required

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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Foreign Affairs, Defence and International Development
    when crises have already emerged We support the Responsibility to Protect principle intervention for humanitarian reasons involving wide international participation under UN authority with achievable aims and a clear and realistic exit strategy Make Europe more democratic transparent and accountable The EU has been instrumental in promoting peace stability democracy and human rights across Europe and has strengthened the security of the UK and is central to the UK s economic prosperity However to be successful with a membership of 27 the EU must reform and ensure that its role is clearly defined and limited Meeting defence commitments at home and abroad With increasing overseas commitments our troops are overstretched we should not be cutting the size of our armed forces whilst asking them to take on ever more difficult tasks By switching funding from unnecessary programmes we will be able to invest more in protecting the welfare of our forces ensuring they are well trained and well equipped The future of Britain s nuclear deterrent We want Britain to take the lead in working towards global nuclear disarmament at the 2010 Non Proliferation Treaty review conference We must set an example with a 50 unilateral cut in nuclear warheads and retain a multilateral negotiating position on further warhead reductions and systems replacement Meeting Britain s promise on aid We are committed to realising a world free from poverty In order to help achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals by 2015 which include eradicating extreme poverty and hunger providing universal primary education and combating HIV AIDS the UK needs to provide more effective international assistance Liberal Democrats will increase aid spending to 0 7 of gross national income by 2011 at the latest I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Liberal Democrats Foreign Affairs Defence

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  • Philip Hammond Braces Public Sectors For Slashes – Telling Them to Prepare for 40% Cuts Political Cartoon
    come close to reaching that figure I ll have to put away my trench coat and detective hat for now seems like a mystery for another day all I can do it speculate and wonder what is he doing seems like I ll be having some sleepless nights Enjoy D Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to Philip Hammond Braces Public Sectors For Slashes Telling Them to Prepare for 40 Cuts Political Cartoon Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Tory MP Philip Hollobone Refuses to Talk to ANY Constituent Who Wears a Face Veil Another Racist Tory MP Anyone Surprised Philip Hollobone has Political Cartoon Threw together a quick political cartoon about Pastor Terry Jones Parliament France Should France Have Banned the Burqa David Cameron s World Trip PM Visit s Silvio Berlusconi Rome Political Cartoon Prime Minister David Cameron Finds a Bat in His Flat Political Cartoon David Cameron Worries About Finding a Good State School Political Cartoon Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg Returns to Sheffield Hallam to Speak with Forgemasters The

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  • David Cameron to Oppose Electoral Change to the Alternative Vote
    opinion the alternative vote is good it is fair and is more democratic than the current system On may 6th UK General Election I my parents would have voted for Labour 1st Liberal Democrats 2nd and it would have made me and my parents feel like the electoral process was working in a way that was fairer and more democratic It needs to change it is old and doesn t work in the way it should in the 21st century I would back the change from FPTP to Alternative vote in May 2011 Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to David Cameron to Oppose Electoral Change to the Alternative Vote Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Tory MP Philip Hollobone Refuses to Talk to ANY Constituent Who Wears a Face Veil Another Racist Tory MP Anyone Surprised Philip Hollobone has The Coalition Government s First Major Outing Political Cartoon Today the coalition cabinet went to their first major outing Leaked Treasury Figures Predicts 1 3m Jobs Lost Report Claims Theresa May Apologises After

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  • Theresa May Apologises After Policy Announcement to Media Before MP’s
    journalists and were similar to a statement then made to MPs and this was a discourtesy to the house Theresa May who was present at the time said she deeply regretted that this had happened She continued to say I take full responsibility for that Mr Speaker and I have no hesitation in apologising to the House and in assuring the House that I will ensure it will not happen again Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to Theresa May Apologises After Policy Announcement to Media Before MP s Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Tory MP Philip Hollobone Refuses to Talk to ANY Constituent Who Wears a Face Veil Another Racist Tory MP Anyone Surprised Philip Hollobone has The Coalition Government s First Major Outing Political Cartoon Today the coalition cabinet went to their first major outing Leaked Treasury Figures Predicts 1 3m Jobs Lost Report Claims Theresa May Apologises After Policy Announcement to Media Before MP s David Cameron to Oppose Electoral Change to the Alternative Vote Philip Hammond Braces Public

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