Lib Dems launch manifesto with policies to give young people a brighter future
Jane Brophy Altrincham & Sale West candidate said of the manifesto ''I am proud of my party and it's leading voice over green issues, this manifesto continues that trend with young people at the centre of our vision. We can Change Britain's Future together and create the green economy that will help us lead the world in this area, locally with my many years of experience as a councillor I understand the importance of developing new avenues for local business and industry to thrive in, a modern green economy will allow us to continue to grow our local economy and encourage innovation within our younger generations''.
Dr Anna Fryer Stretford & Urmston candidate said of the manifesto ''I am excited by Tim Farron's vision for Britain, speaking to voters they are worried about the Conservatives alighting with UKIP on the far right, and Labour wanting to drown the country in debt. The Liberal Democrats are the only party with a real alternative vision for saving our National Health Service for future generations, as a Doctor myself I am incredibly proud of my parties forethought on this subject especially''.
William Jones Wythenshawe & Sale East candidate said of the manifesto ''This is a manifesto for our future, our young people and the country they will inherit. I welcome the confirmation of a referendum on the deal reached during Brexit negotiations with Remain on the ballot. We need to safeguard jobs across Trafford and Wythenshawe and a Hard Brexit will hit us badly and squeeze living standards even more than has already happened under the Conservatives''