Newton Abbot Lib Dems

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Lib Dem Group at Manifesto Launch 2023

Newton Abbot MP Martin Wrigley

General Election July 4th 2024 - Martin Wrigley elected to serve Newton Abbot constituency as Member of Parliament.

Martin Wrigley elected to be the Newton Abbot MP on July 4th 2024

The constituency has decided - now its time to make change happen.

Martin said "I am so grateful to the voters of Newton Abbot Constituency for giving me their trust to be their representative in Parliament.  Thank You.

I will do my best for you, our constituency and our country."

General Election Thursday July 4th 2024

Lib Dem MP Martin Wrigley says "I'm keen to get to work for the residents of Newton Abbot constituency.  For the next few weeks I will be setting up in my new role, and we will update this site with details as soon as we can.  Thank you for your patience."


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Local Lib Dem News and Views

Martin Wrigley

Leaders Column 28th March - The Futures Bright…

With the Easter weekend approaching and the weather giving us the odd fine day, it is starting to feel like spring is finally here. Having been heralded by the daffodils the full bloom of spring is full of promise and renewal.

28 Mar 2024
Martin Wrigley

Leader’s Column 14th March – National Budget

I’m not entirely sure what I was expecting from the Westminster government’s budget, but even so, I am disappointed. Very little in what they announced will help the country, help people with the cost-of-living crisis, help the NHS or the environment...

14 Mar 2024
Martin Wrigley

Leader’s column 29th Feb

This week has been Budget week at Teignbridge. We have been facing questions on how we keep the council services running in the face of not having enough funds to do so. If central government does as it has suggested, Teignbridge will lose over £3M more

29 Feb 2024

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