Liberal Democrats announce Barry Holliday as candidate to fight next General Election for Mid-Derbyshire

Lib Dem members from within the constituency of Mid Derbyshire have selected Barry Holliday to fight the next general election campaign.

Barry commented: "It's a great honour and privilege to be selected by local members to be their candidate and voice in the next General Election. Mid Derbyshire deserves better than the disastrous Conservatives, comments such as encouraging people to ‘stop being sentimental over child refugees’ show their party truly are the ‘nasty party’.

“Derbyshire is rejecting the ‘same old, same old’ from Labour and the Conservatives. Residents across our county are turning to the Liberal Democrats in local government. The Lib Dems are making progress and gains in most local authorities in Derbyshire.”

“Here in Mid Derbyshire the Lib Dems run Duffield Parish Council and have done for over 4 years. Putting Liberalism into practice to manage and improve local services for everyone.”

 “If you are sick of seeing MPs breaking the rules and getting away with it, sick of a Westminster bubble not listening to normal people, sick of a system that seems to focus on self-interest and not seeing the best in people, then lend me your support and join me in voting Liberal Democrat at the next election.”

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The constituency of Mid Derbyshire crosses 3 local authorities, Amber Valley Borough Council, Erewash Borough Council and Derby City Council

The constituency of Mid Derbyshire comprises the towns/areas of : Belper, Duffield, Little Eaton, Allestree, Breadsall, Oakwood, Spondon, Borrowash, Ockbrook, Stanley Common, West Hallam, Dale Abbey

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