The Conservatives are not the party of law and order

From City AM Liz Jarvis, a writer and a Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate, says NO. How ludicrous for the Conservatives to pretend to be the party of law and order. Not only did the Supreme Court find Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament unlawful, but this is the party that cut thousands of police. Since 2015,Continue reading “The Conservatives are not the party of law and order”

Was the collapse of Thomas Cook inevitable?

Liz Jarvis, a writer, editor and a Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate, says NO. I was recently talking to a travel agent who told me that her bookings are considerably down for this time of year. She blamed it solely on Brexit, as her regular customers are jittery not only because of exchange rate changes andContinue reading “Was the collapse of Thomas Cook inevitable?”

Lib Dems name new candidates for Southampton

THE Liberal Democrat party has selected its parliamentary candidates for Southampton Test and Itchen. The party reports to be ready to fight to stop Brexit when a general election is called. Liz Jarvis has been selected for Southampton Itchen after joining the party when she became “disillusioned” with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party. She has workedContinue reading “Lib Dems name new candidates for Southampton”

Lib Dems announce General Election candidate for Itchen

Southampton Liberal Democrats have selected their parliamentary candidate for Southampton Itchen, which includes Bitterne Park, and say they are “ready to fight to STOP BREXIT [their emphasis] when a General Election is called”. Liz Jarvis, pictured, has been chosen to stand in the ultra marginal constituency. In a statement she said: “I am determined toContinue reading “Lib Dems announce General Election candidate for Itchen”

Why I stopped supporting Labour and joined the Lib Dems

This is an article I wrote for The Independent in January Political commentators are cautious about calling it a Lib Dem fightback but there has been a steady drumbeat from disgruntled Labour supporters looking to the Lib Dems over the past fortnight. A Lexit, you might call it, but not quite the one Jeremy Corbyn envisaged. Perhaps heContinue reading “Why I stopped supporting Labour and joined the Lib Dems”