Liberal Democrats (UK)

The Liberal Democrats are a liberal political party in the United Kingdom, founded in 1988. Since the 1992 general election, with the exception of the 2015 general election, they... Wikipedia

  • Abbreviation:  Lib Dems
  • Leader:  Sir Ed Davey
  • Deputy Leader:  Daisy Cooper
  • President:  Mark Pack
  • Lords Leader:  Lord Newby
  • Chief Executive:  Mike Dixon
  • Founded:  March 3, 1988
  • Merger of:  Liberal Party, Social Democratic Party
  • Headquarters:  1 Vincent Square, Westminster, London, England
  • Youth wing:  Young Liberals
  • Women's wing:  Liberal Democrat Women
  • Overseas wing:  Lib Dems Abroad
  • LGBT wing:  LGBT+ Liberal Democrats
  • Membership (2023):  90,000+:13
  • Ideology:  Liberalism (British), Social liberalism, Pro-Europeanism
  • Political position:  Centre to centre-left
  • European affiliation:  Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
  • International affiliation:  Liberal International
  • Northern Irish affiliation:  Alliance Party of Northern Ireland
  • Colours:  Yellow
  • Slogan:  "For a Fair Deal"
  • Anthem:  "The Land"
  • Conference:  Liberal Democrat Conference
  • Governing body:  Federal Board
  • Devolved or semi-autonomous branches:  English Liberal Democrats, Scottish Liberal Democrats, Welsh Liberal Democrats, Northern Ireland Liberal Democrats, London Liberal Democrats
  • House of Commons:  15 / 650
  • House of Lords:  50 / 100
  • Scottish Parliament:  4 / 129
  • Senedd:  1 / 60
  • London Assembly:  2 / 25
  • Directly elected mayors:  1 / 14
  • Councillors [nb]:  2,984 / 18,646
  • Data source:  DuckDuckGo
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