Welcome to Coventry Liberal Democrats

We're an active group of volunteers supporting the local community in Coventry and working throughout the year to improve your local area on the issues that matter to you.

Coventry Lib Dems outside Coventry Council House

  • James Morshead and Cov Lib Dems Chair Stephen Richmond
    Article: Sep 6, 2019
    By Kassidy Dawn & Nukey Proctor

    The Liberal Democrats saw our vote share more than double in the Wainbody ward by-election, where a competitive campaign resulted in an increase of +16% from May 2018.

    The significant surge in voters represents the huge strides taken by the Liberal Democrats in Coventry in recent months and comes off the back of vote increases at both the May 2019 Local Elections and European Elections.

  • James Morshead Campaign launch 2019 - behind desk
    Article: Jul 29, 2019
    By James Morshead

    I was pleased to see so many people turn up to the launch of my campaign to be the next Councillor for Wainbody.

    The by-election is being held on 5th September and I will be campaigning on local issues including the proposal to build houses on the beautiful Kings Hill area and issues with Warwick University expansion.

  • Leadership Election 2019
    Article: Jun 11, 2019
    By Atinuke Proctor

    On the 24th May 2019, Sir Vince Cable announced his intention to stand down as Leader of the Liberal Democrats, formally starting the Liberal Democrat Leadership election.

    Nominations for the position of Leader closed on 7th June, with Jo Swinson (MP for East Dunbartonshire, Deputy Leader and Foreign Affairs Spokesperson) and Ed Davey (MP for Kingston and Surbiton, and Home Affairs Spokesperson) formally confirmed as the two potential candidates for the position.

  • Sir Vince speaks to LBC at Birmingham New Street for European Elections 2019
    Article: May 25, 2019

    On Tuesday 21st May, the Coventry Liberal Democrats hosted an "Afternoon of Action" to campaign for the European Elections which took place on Thursday 23rd May.

    The afternoon began with a campaign event where Sir Vince Cable visited Birmingham New Street Station to campaign for the European Elections 2019.