Theresa May can "always rely on Jeff Smith to whip Labour in line with her"

Fury from Manchester's opposition leader as Labour support Government's Brexit bill

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John Leech storms to top of Manchester ballot with a resounding mandate on the 20th anniversary of his public service

The Liberal Democrats are celebrating a stunning result in Manchester as John Leech stormed to the top of the ballot on the 20th anniversary of his public service in the city.

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The Liberal Democrats have launched a hard-hitting new film ahead of a critical set of local elections for the party.

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Vince Cable warns Manchester could fall back into “dangerous one-party state”

Vince Cable, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, has warned that Manchester must be careful not to fall back into a one-party state.

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Lib Dems release huge new policy to reverse Labour's "damaging" 22% tax hike for poorest in Manchester

John Leech today announced new plans to reverse Labour's recent 22% tax hike for the poorest residents in Manchester.

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Safe Standing is “an idea whose time had come" - leading campaigner supports new campaign

A joint campaign by the English Football League and Football Supporters' Federation calling on fans of EFL Clubs to introduce safe standing has been welcomed by leading campaigner, John Leech.

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Lib Dems launch manifesto with pledge to end Labour's back-room decisions and reverse pay rises for top bosses

John Leech has launched the Liberal Democrat manifesto for the 2018 local elections in Manchester. Called ‘Manchester Together’, it features key policies such as tackling homelessness, housing 50 at-risk Syrian refugee families and reversing the recent pay rises for senior staff in the town hall.

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Liberal Democrats launch new film shot in Manchester

A powerful new campaign film from the Liberal Democrats has captured the hearts and minds of Manchester.

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John Leech only MP in Greater Manchester to vote against 2014 anti-Immigration Act and 'Hostile Environment'

Just one MP in the whole of Greater Manchester voted against the Immigration Act 2014, which included a controversial clause effectively making the Windrush scandal possible.

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