Layla Moran criticises Lib Dems' general election strategy
Leadership contender says party’s image is ‘broken’ and it needs to reconnect with voters
Lib Dem hopeful Layla Moran demands a 'fresh start' so the party can win again.
EXCLUSIVE: The only-declared candidate to succeed Jo Swinson thinks she can represent a decisive break from five years of coalition with the Conservatives
Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran has called on the Government to publish their detailed analysis of the COVID-19 modelling.
UPDATE: Successful, modelling analysis here.Read more
Today I have written to the Department for Education urging them to support supply teachers during coronavirus. It's important the Government is prepared to help schools ensure they can be paid if they have to shut due to a worsening situation.Read more
Where local councils have called for trials of Universal Basic Income in response to coronavirus, the Government should conduct them. My letter to the Chancellor ahead of the Budget, in support of @UBILabSheffield & @basicincome_ukRead more
I will be standing for Leader of the Liberal Democrats. The party needs to move forwards and build a positive vision for the country, and I am the person to lead that change.
Layla Moran today announced her intention to stand for Leader of the Liberal Democrats, during an interview with Sky’s Sophy Ridge. The announcement follows recent visits across the country, listening to both members and voters.Read more