The LGA is a politically balanced organisation, with each of the political groups allocated places throughout the structure in proportion to the number of people their councillors represent.
Statement by Cllr Joe Harris, Leader of the LGA Liberal Democrat Group, on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
It is with sadness that we hear of the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
Throughout her reign she has been a beacon of stability during an era of unprecedented change, my thoughts and prayers, and those of the Local Government family are with his Majesty The King and the Royal Family, they have lost a mother, a grandmother and close family member.
For nearly everyone, she's been there all of our lives and her sense of duty is a shining example to all of us in public service.
The Local Government Association (LGA) Liberal Democrat Group Next Generation has been developed within the traditions and values of the Liberal Democrat party, drawing on a range of experts to create an unparalleled political development opportunity for participants.
The 2022 annual report details the work of the LGA Liberal Democrat Group over the past year.
Welsh Liberal Democrats edition
Ukraine invasion means council pension fund must sell any investment in Russian companies say Lib Dems
A template press release asking council leaders and chairs of pension funds to divest any shareholing it may have in companies that have invested in Russia
Rail fare rises
A template press release on the rail fares increase in your area from 1 March
Homelessness and equality
A template motion on homelessness and equality