Steve Beasant (Liberal Democrat Councillor for East Marsh Ward)

Blog URL:http://stevebeasant.mycouncillor.org.uk/
Blog Tags:Liberal Democrats, North East Lincolnshire, East Marsh, Politics, Elections, East Marsh Involve, Community Safety, Nick Clegg, Grimsby
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:South Humberside
Location:Grimsby

Information about the Liberal Democrats, and my local council and community work in the East Marsh Ward.



Latest Blog Posts



The EU has toughened its stance in Brexit negotiations in response to a car-crash interview by David Davis in which he suggested that the divorce deal was merely a statement of intent rather than a binding agreement. The European parliament, which wi...

The Liberal Democrats have said directors of blue chip should be sent to jail if their companies have been found to have broken the law and spied on political opponents. Former cabinet minister Ed Davey says that If the companies are found not to h...

The Liberal Democrats have welcomed Michael Gove’s announcement to increase sentences for animal welfare offences to up to five years, a policy taken from the Liberal Democrat manifesto, but warn that he should clamp down on illegal pet imp...

After the American ambassador confirmed that President Trump will be visiting Britain in the New Year, Liberal Democrat deputy leader Jo Swinson said this embarrassing visit was the fault of Theresa May. Jo Swinson MP said: “President Trump’...

More than 500 child protection investigations were started every single day on average last year by councils concerned about children at risk of harm, the Local Government Association reveals today. Liberal Democrat Education spokesperson Layla Moran...

On the climate change summit in Paris, the Liberal Democrats have questioned how Theresa May has the nerve to show her face. Liberal Democrat spokesperson on energy and climate change, former minister Lynne Featherstone, said: “I don’t know how T...

Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable says it should be the Chancellor who has to write to the Governor of the Bank of England – not the other way round – to explain why inflation has risen above its target. It now stands at 3.1%, a six yea...