Find out what the experts think of the Lib Dem manifesto.
On the 8th of June, Watford has a choice. You've heard enough from politicians, so here's what the experts say.
"If you really want to protect the incomes of the poor, you should vote Liberal Democrat" - The Independent
"Why the Liberal Democrats get our vote" - The Economist
"Tech leaders back Liberal Democrats as party for ‘start-up Britain’" - The Memo
"We very much welcome the Liberal Democrats’ commitment to increasing real terms funding for education" - Association of School and College Leaders
"We strongly welcome the Liberal Democrats’ commitment to generate additional, ring-fenced revenue for NHS and social care" - 26 leading doctors and NHS leaders
Message from Ian Stotesbury;
Our manifesto shows: we will invest in the police, education and the NHS. We will put in place policies designed by experts to help businesses and the environment thrive and grow our economy so that we can properly support the poorest - both at home and abroad. We will hold the government to account for a Brexit deal that is good for Britain's jobs, economy and security, not a deal designed by Boris Johnson which is designed to help Theresa May win votes from UKIP.
We are in uncharted territory when the Conservative manifesto is judged the most damaging to the economy, where the Labour manifesto judged to be taking the most money away from the poorest in society. Unlike the other two parties, I'm not asking you to take my word for it, I'm asking you to listen to the experts, not politicians.
Here in Watford if you vote for me I'll be an impassioned campaigner for our local area and an approachable and diligent MP. Working with the local team you'll hear and see me regularly and it will be easy to get in touch with me and my team.
Watford Lib Dems won more votes than ever before at the recent local elections. I'm the main challenger in Watford. Again, don't take my word for it, look at the odds on Bet On Politics. Now I want to work with our amazing local team and take this record of year-round action into Parliament.
This Thursday, you can vote for a better future. Vote for me, I won't let you down.