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Paul Bright
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Alan Rayner joined Paul Bright's group
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Transport for all

Transport for all and safe roads for cyclists will save lives. With no road accidents and better public transport Britain will become fairer and more competitive. No cutbacks will be needed and council tax can be reduced.
Apr 17, 2012
Andy Sutton joined Paul Bright's group
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Transport for all

Transport for all and safe roads for cyclists will save lives. With no road accidents and better public transport Britain will become fairer and more competitive. No cutbacks will be needed and council tax can be reduced.
Mar 20, 2012
Dave Pottle joined Paul Bright's group
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Homes for all

Everybody needs a place to call home.Liberals should liberalise the UK planning system so that new homes can be built and new towns can be built. Concrete jungles can be avoided by zoning new homes and towns next to railway lines.See More
Feb 16, 2012
Peter Hillier-Palmer joined Paul Bright's group
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Transport for all

Transport for all and safe roads for cyclists will save lives. With no road accidents and better public transport Britain will become fairer and more competitive. No cutbacks will be needed and council tax can be reduced.
May 15, 2011
ashford lib dem joined Paul Bright's group
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Homes for all

Everybody needs a place to call home.Liberals should liberalise the UK planning system so that new homes can be built and new towns can be built. Concrete jungles can be avoided by zoning new homes and towns next to railway lines.See More
Dec 2, 2010
Deborah Cornick joined Paul Bright's group
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Homes for all

Everybody needs a place to call home.Liberals should liberalise the UK planning system so that new homes can be built and new towns can be built. Concrete jungles can be avoided by zoning new homes and towns next to railway lines.See More
Oct 5, 2010
Paul Bright added a discussion to the group Say No to Trident
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New productive Industry and homes when we SCRAP TRIDENT TODAY !

Many people argue that trident and military shipbuilding is needed for jobs.I say we can keep the jobs but instead build trains, buses and passenger boats.Large floating hotel ships can also bring millions of new homes that are needed now.Instead of one trident submarine we can build 10 floating hotels and cruise liners.Investing in new, accessible public transport is excellent for developing UKmanufacturing expertise in socially useful, peaceful and progressive industry.Scrapping trident will…See More
Aug 26, 2010
Tara Davison joined Paul Bright's group
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Homes for all

Everybody needs a place to call home.Liberals should liberalise the UK planning system so that new homes can be built and new towns can be built. Concrete jungles can be avoided by zoning new homes and towns next to railway lines.See More
Aug 23, 2010
George W. Potter joined Paul Bright's group
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UK:OK

Making the UK the best place to do business. Creating millions of excellent new jobs. Reducing business costs. Increasing skills and wages. Protecting people. No cut backs.
Aug 20, 2010
Michael Sefton joined Paul Bright's group
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UK:OK

Making the UK the best place to do business. Creating millions of excellent new jobs. Reducing business costs. Increasing skills and wages. Protecting people. No cut backs.
Aug 11, 2010
Paul Bright updated their profile
Aug 10, 2010
Paul Bright updated their profile photo
Aug 10, 2010
Paul Bright added a discussion to the group Chinese Liberal Democrats
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Learning Chinese in the UK

While teaching English in China I found out that the Chinese peopleare very welcoming, friendly and very interested in learning English.With China being the worlds' largest and fastest growing economy everyone in the UK needs the opportunity to learn Chinese.I propose that Chinese be offered to all children at school and nursery and that we need a Chinese department in every British school.My own children love to speak Chinese and are learning well !With more and more cooperation between the UK…See More
Aug 10, 2010
Paul Bright joined Allan Siao Ming Witherick's group
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Chinese Liberal Democrats

This group is for members and supporters of the Chinese Lib Dems (CLD).We work to promote better relations both with the Chinese Community but also to help ensure that party policy understands the needs of the community.See More
Aug 10, 2010
Tara Davison joined Paul Bright's group
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UK:OK

Making the UK the best place to do business. Creating millions of excellent new jobs. Reducing business costs. Increasing skills and wages. Protecting people. No cut backs.
Aug 10, 2010
Paul Bright added a discussion to the group UK:OK
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We must act now as we are loosing competitiveness.

Our rail fares must not be higher than those in Germany.Maximum fares of 50 pounds to go anywhere in the UK.In Germany the maximum fare is 64 euros and theticket can be bought on the train. The only exceptionis a local train where the minimum fare is 40 euros ifbought on the train. Otherwise it is just a couple of eurosfrom the ticket machine. Of course you can bring yourpushchairs and bikes on busses and trains in Germany.Wheelchair users are always welcome too and everyoneis most helpful and…See More
Aug 10, 2010
Paul Bright posted a group
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UK competitiveness group

Making the UK the best place to do business. Creating millions of excellent new jobs. Reducing business costs. Increasing skills and wages. Protecting people. No cut backs.
Aug 10, 2010
Paul Bright joined Justine McGuinness's group
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Federal Conference

For members that go to Federal Conference - to swap information and ideas
Aug 9, 2010
Paul Bright joined Adam's group
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Liberal Democrat Cycling Policy Group

I've created this group to encourage Liberal Democrat members to discuss how the current cycling policy may be improved. Please invite and encourage both cyclists and non-cyclists to air their views on this subject.See More
Aug 9, 2010
Cllr Katie Ray and Paul Bright are now friends
Aug 9, 2010

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At 21:22 on July 22, 2010, Christopher James Heyworth said…
Your "real life" webpage is excellent - I've shared it to my Facebook Wall where my 850+ FB Friends will be able to absorb it and get in touch with you if they wish to. Appropriate that you are bright & Bright, a pun you are probably fed up to the teeth with.
At 12:58 on July 21, 2010, Tara Davison said…
Yes Paul that is really an excellent idea
At 11:22 on July 7, 2010, Cllr Katie Ray said…
Hello! :)
Welcome to Lib Dem Act! :):)
At 0:15 on July 7, 2010, Salim Mamdani said…
Hello Paul, The future looks Bright ! Salim.
At 13:39 on July 6, 2010, Salim Mamdani said…
Hello Paul, Welcome to the Lib Dem Act ! Salim.
 
 
 

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