Salisbury Liberal Democrats



Salisbury Liberal Democrats



My aunt, Nina Braddock, born in 1883, was one of the original 20 that met at the Pankhursts' house in Salford.

Later in life she became the area chairman of the Labour Party in Nottingham. When she became disillusioned with Labour, she joined the Conservatives and then became an Independent.

She believed that, irrespective of political leaning, "A good idea is a good idea if it solves a problem."

Thinking about Brexit and problems coming to light on a daily basis, neither Labour nor the Tories give us convincing answers to the problems. I am left wondering what my suffragette aunt would have thought of "It's politically advantageous to appear not to have any ideas?"

Greg CondliffeGreg Condliffe: Architect and long-time resident of Salisbury, I am a long standing member of the Liberal Democrats and former county councillor for Harnham 1985-1993. Greg has researched existing affordable housing schemes and believes they need deploying more widely.

I believe "developer affordable" is simply not affordable enough to reach even lower middle income families.

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