On Monday 22nd of May, Tim will be attending a Hustings at The Pastures Community Church, Pasture Road Stapleford.
In Government the Liberal Democrats introduced the Triple Lock on pensions. This policy was a pledge of the Lib Dems in 2010 and, despite being outnumbered 6:1 by the Conservatives, they introduced it (as well as 75% of all other Lib Dem policies from their manifesto). The Triple Lock ensures that pensions always increase by … Continue reading
Tim is unapologetically pro-European and campaigned hard for Remain during the EU Referendum. When asked whether he had changed his mind following the narrow result to leave he answered, “I don’t change direction just because I’m outnumbered, I won’t be bullied into supporting something that I think is wrong, and I haven’t seen any reason … Continue reading
Liberal Democrat candidate Tim Hallam spoke at the first hustings of the General Election on May 8th at Beeston Parish Church, alongside UKIP, Labour and Green candidates. The Conservatives were notably absent and were given an empty chair to highlight this. The topic of the debate was Britain and the EU. A round of topical … Continue reading
The political crowdfunder More United, of which Tim Hallam is a founder-member, has today confirmed that they’re spending £6000 of donors’ money to help fund Anna Soubry’s campaign. Tim said: “Why More United would choose to give a whopping amount of cash to Anna’s campaign, which is clearly well funded already, is beyond me. They’re … Continue reading
Responding to exit polls showing Emmanuel Macron has been elected as the next President of France, Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron said: “I would like to congratulate Emmanuel Macron on his election as France’s new President. This is not just a victory for France, but a victory for Britain and the liberal values we hold … Continue reading
On 14 September 2016, members of Broxtowe Liberal Democrats voted to select Stapleford resident Tim Hallam as their next Parliamentary Candidate. Tim joined the Liberal Democrats in 2014 after a history of support and admiration for the party. He cites Paddy Ashdown and Charles Kennedy as his role-models and says that he was most proud … Continue reading