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Ian Sollom - Parliamentary Candidate for South Cambs

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    Poll News

      If you want to help us keep Boris Johnson from his majority here in South Cambs - Vote LibDem Vote LibDem #LibDem Vote LibDem
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    Stop Brexit Now

      Voters face years more of Brexit with Johnson’s plan but he hasn’t the guts or honesty to admit it.Johnson’s plan means either years and years of negotiations . . . or a disastrous No Deal Brexit in a year’s time.  Yet the Prime Minister peddles yet another deception by pretending Brexit could soon be all over if people voted Tory.There’s only one quick way to get Brexit done – and that’s to stop it, by giving Liberal Democrats the votes to make this nightmare end.
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    Three Things before Voting

    https://www.facebook.com/IanFSollom/videos/470102830377305/   Three things to remember before you vote: 1. The Liberal Democrats can win in South Cambs.The Lib Dems beat both Labour and the Conservatives at the European Elections back in May - and took control of South Cambs District Council at the local elections in 2018. More and more people across the UK are switching to back the Liberal Democrats on Thursday 12th December. 2. Labour can’t win in South Cambs.Labour supporters across the country are asking themselves who is best placed to beat the Conservatives and stop them from taking the country backwards. The crucial question in those places is “who can stop the Tories”? In South Cambs the answer is the Liberal Democrats.  
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