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  • Jacquie Bell
    Article: Apr 27, 2022

    Jacquie Bell

    Ward 6 - Dunbar and East Linton

    I have lived in Belhaven with my family for over 30 years. In that time I have built a track record of getting things done in the local community. Most recently, I was Joint Co-ordinator of the Covid Response Network in Dunbar and West Barns.

    I was previously the Lib Dem councillor for the ward and have been a community councillor for over 20 years. I am currently Chair of the Dunbar and East Lothian Area Partnership and have been a member of many other local organisations, including as a trustee for Dunbar Day Centre.

  • Article: Mar 24, 2022
    By Tim Farron

    Over the past month, as more than 3.5 million innocent Ukrainians have been forced to flee their country to escape Putin's war, people across the UK have responded with enormous compassion and generosity.

    More than 150,000 have offered to open their homes to Ukrainian refugees.

    The Anti-Refugee Bill is an awful piece of legislation that flies in the face of the incredible spirit of the British people.

  • Article: Mar 14, 2022
    By Layla Moran

    At this dark moment, our security depends on urgently forging a relationship that works with our closest neighbours. Countering the grave threat posed by Putin means we must stand tall with our European allies instead of needlessly antagonising them, while working closely together on issues like energy security, trade and helping Ukrainian refugees.

  • Article: Mar 14, 2022

    This country is built on the simple mantra, that it doesn't matter how high and mighty you think you are, the rules are the rules. If you break the rules, you get punished. Yet Boris Johnson and many Conservative MPs think the rules don't apply to them.

    Conservatives' actions have created a sense of 'one rule for them, another rule for us', eroding the trust of the public they are meant to be acting in the best interest of.

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