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The Liberal Democrats represent you right across Devon, with councillors working at every level on Town, District, County and Unitary councils.

Devon is divided into ten Westminster constituencies, with one County Council and nine District Councils covering Exeter and the rural areas, while Torbay and Plymouth are each represented by a unitary council. Find out about your local council here.

We have ten local parties, which roughtly follow the district council areas. Find your local party here.

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    Article: Jan 9, 2021

    Devon Liberal Democrats have called for teachers to be vaccinated against coronavirus after the government admitted schools were the epicentre of high community transmission.

    Devon Lib Dems are calling for teachers to be vaccinated as part of category seven. This would make them a top priority after everyone working in the NHS and social care and those most at risk by virtue of their age, being clinically vulnerable or having an underlying health condition.

  • Sad school girl
    Article: Jan 3, 2021

    Devon Liberal Democrats are backing calls for all primary schools to move to remote learning until 18 January and are urging Ministers to use that time to "get ahead of the virus" and publish a clear plan to open schools safely.

    While Devon Lib Dems want schools to remain open for vulnerable children and those of key-workers, Devon Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Education Lee Howgate warned that the Tories have "squandered every opportunity to get ahead of the virus" and are wreaking havoc on people's lives.

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    Article: Dec 18, 2020

    Responding to the new report from Carers UK, 'Unseen and undervalued', which was published this month and puts the value of care provided by unpaid carers during the Covid-19 pandemic at £530 million a day, Julian Brazil, Lib Dem Councillor for Kingsbridge said:

    "Unpaid carers are doing a remarkable and important job in very difficult circumstances. They deserve our support. As the report says, carers are unseen and undervalued by this Government. "Many carers are facing extreme financial hardship during this pandemic. They have been struggling for months, often relying on foodbanks to feed themselves and the people they care for. That's why Liberal Democrats on Devon County Council are calling on the Government to support unpaid carers by immediately raising Carer's Allowance by £1,000 a year. Liberal Democrats will stand up for carers and lead the way to a more caring society."

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End Child Hunger

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Give NHS & Care Staff the Right to Stay

Those who have put their lives at risk for our country should be welcome to live in it.

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