Okay, let me write this very very carefully - what I thought was the case appears to be more the case. Up to now we have claimed as a political campaign that Ross Pepper, the Liberal Democrat in the Sleaford and North Hykeham constituency by-election, was "the only candidate from the political parties to have voted remain and be an opponent of Brexit." The words were precise and carefully chosen.
Tonight at the FSB hustings here in the constituency it was confirmed that Ross is the only candidate at all to have voted Remain and be an opponent of Brexit (though the Elvis Bus Pass Party candidate was not present).
More needs to be done to improve transport links, that's according to Sleaford and North Hykeham campaigner Ross Pepper.
Ross Pepper has made fighting for improvements to Lincolnshire's local health and care services his top priority as Sleaford and North Hykeham's next MP.
For me the referendum was a very clear decision - I voted Remain.
I want opportunities for all of my family, a future where they could work, study and travel without need of visa, permission or division. For many people the chance to work abroad and travel across and within Europe is one of the experiences that equips our young people for the challenge in the rest of their lives.
Ross Pepper's campaign to be the next Member of Parliament for Sleaford and North Hykeham has seen a surge in support. Find out how you can help:
Commenting on the resignation of Sleaford and North Hykeham MP, Stephen Phillips, Liberal Democrat Party President Sal Brinton said:
"Stephen Phillips has said he has irreconcilable policy differences with the government; child refugees, keeping the UK in the Single Market and the Government's reaction to the Brexit court case to name but three."
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Tim Farron's speech to the Autumn Lib Dem conference in Brighton in full
Part of Tim Farron's speech at the Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference 2016