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Tiverton and Honiton Broadband Survey

We want to hear views from across the community to help all of us work together for better and fairer broadband. We want to know where broadband is best or worst and where help is most needed. And we'd like to help residents share information on the solutions they've found.

We'd love to know a bit more about your experience of broadband. Please take our survey here . Your answers will help us work for better broadband provision in Devon.

  • Article: Jan 11, 2021
    By Lisa Smart

    Last month's Federal Communications and Elections Committee (FCEC) kicked off with a productive Q&A with deputy Leader Daisy Cooper. Daisy's approach to collaborative working across parts of the party was warmly welcomed and FCEC expressed its support, and desire to assist, Daisy's ongoing work to support a diverse range of candidates to stand.

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    Article: Jan 9, 2021

    Devon Liberal Democrats have called for teachers to be vaccinated against coronavirus after the government admitted schools were the epicentre of high community transmission.

    Devon Lib Dems are calling for teachers to be vaccinated as part of category seven. This would make them a top priority after everyone working in the NHS and social care and those most at risk by virtue of their age, being clinically vulnerable or having an underlying health condition.

  • Article: Jan 8, 2021
    By Andrea Glover

    The pandemic brought out the kindness and strength of our communities. Volunteer groups sprang up across towns and villages to help others. We were offered practical help with shopping and collecting prescriptions. Food was delivered to those in need. Friendly voices called people who were alone and lonely. Just knowing that someone cares can help in difficult times.

  • Article: Jan 8, 2021
    By Tim Farron

    In the early months of this pandemic, the Government's messaging was clear. 'Stay at home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.' And so it is once again. Monday's lockdown announcement, although belated, was absolutely right.

    But why must we protect the NHS? So that it can continue to tackle COVID, but also, equally, so that the NHS can carry on its life-saving work in every other area.

  • Article: Jan 8, 2021

    Like you, I watched domestic terrorists and insurrectionists storm the US Capitol last night with a sense of horror and shock.

    I watched with a sense of horror and shock

    A symbol of democracy worldwide was shown to be fragile, vulnerable.

    It is a stark reminder that will remain etched in our memories.