Tom Brake Calls for a National Day of Recognition for Emergency Services

Tom Brake MP is launching a campaign for the UK to honour those who work in the emergency services with a national day of recognition.


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Tom Brake Takes a Stand Against Bullies

Wednesday 21 June was Stand Up to Bullying day and Tom Brake pledged his support. Tom promised to stand up against bullying and to raise awareness of the negative effects bullying has.


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Tom Brake encourages Sutton residents to fight diabetes

Diabetes week ran from Sunday 11 June to Saturday 17 June and Tom Brake joined in by encouraging Sutton residents to take a stand and fight against diabetes.


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Lib Dems call for extra £300m police funding a year

The Liberal Democrats have called on the government to propose an additional £300m a year for police forces across the country.


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Lib Dems: Mixed-sex wards must go

New figures have revealed the number of patients forced onto mixed-sex wards in the NHS has risen 38% in the past year. Lib Dems demanded an explanation for this rise from the Conservatives. 


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Lib Dems call for a Cross Party Joint Cabinet Committee to Negotiate Brexit

With Brexit negotiations rapidly approaching and the splits in Government widening, Tim Farron, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, has written to Theresa May calling for a Cross Party Joint Cabinet Committee to Negotiate Brexit.


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Tom Brake stands strong despite uncertainty in Government

Tom Brake promises to stand strong for Carshalton and Wallington despite the uncertainty Theresa May’s failed election caused.


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Tom Brake Moves to Cut Air Pollution

15 June 2017 was the first national clean air day in the U.K. and Tom Brake joined in by taking measures to reduce air pollution.


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The choice in Carshalton and Wallington is between me and the Conservative

Tom Brake today issued a rallying cry for residents to back him as their local champion against the Conservatives’ unfair plans for Britain. He was speaking after a Radio St Helier interview in which the Labour candidate admitted that voting Labour may let the Tory “in through the backdoor".


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Lib Dems will invest £31,360,529 to protect school funding in Sutton

The Liberal Democrats have announced they will invest £31,360,529 more in schools and colleges in Sutton over the next parliament.

The funding for Sutton would reverse cuts to frontline school and college budgets, protect per pupil funding in real terms and ensure no school loses out from changes to funding arrangements.

£1,247,513 of the funding would be spent on protecting the Pupil Premium, introduced by the Liberal Democrats to help the most disadvantaged children.


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