Welcome Sir Vince!

Welcome Sir Vince!

In opening the event and welcoming the 150 guests, Liberal Democrat members from across the West Midlands Beverley Nielsen, Chair, West Midlands Liberal Democrats observed some of the aspects about our new leader, Sir Vince Cable, that set him apart from others in the political fray. “Sometimes ...

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A Thank You From Beverley

A Thank You From Beverley

Dear Supporter, Following the West Midlands Mayoral Election results last Friday I was keen to extend my very sincere thanks to everyone who supported my campaign over the past 8 months.   During this period I have spoken at over 40 Hustings and 60 speeches along with numerous media interviews on...

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Say goodbye to Groundhog Day politics says Nielsen

Say goodbye to Groundhog Day politics says Nielsen

The Lib Dem candidate in the West Midlands Mayoral election has climaxed her campaign by issuing a plea to urge voters to back “consensus not confrontation”. Beverley Nielsen said traditional two-party politics had failed to deliver transformational change for either the region's urban areas, or ...

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Nielsen: Time for innovative thinking by our public sector

Nielsen: Time for innovative thinking by our public sector

Local authorities and higher education (HE) institutions across the West Midlands must become much better at working together to roll back the impact of austerity, says Beverley Nielsen, the LibDem candidate in the region's Mayoral race.

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Nielsen endorses Lib Dems pledge to end rough sleeping

Nielsen endorses Lib Dems pledge to end rough sleeping

The Liberal Democrats have become the first major party to commit to ending the "national scandal" of rough sleeping across Britain, which is a huge problem in the West Midlands.  This national policy has been welcomed by Beverley Nielsen, Lib Dem Candidate in the West Midlands Mayoral election ...

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Digital sector must integrate into the business world

The Lib Dem candidate in the West Midlands Mayoral campaign has issued a passionate plea for the region's creative digital sector to embrace the wider business community. Beverley Nielsen has spent the last decade at Birmingham City University (BCU), acting as a catalyst for numerous productive p...

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About Beverley Nielsen

Born in the region, Beverley has worked over the past two decades to promote and aid the West Midlands. She created Birmingham Made Me (BMM) to promote and connect our region’s world-beating brands to even greater success. Working through Birmingham City University, she established the BMM Jobs Fair, Entrepreneur Shops and Expo showcases to find jobs for young people, and retain talent in the region. Read more