Highlights from this category
- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter (2014 version) 10 Jul
- Want to improve public services? Work out how to fix my scaffolding 7 Aug
- The real political battle isn’t Conservative vs Labour or Cameron vs Miliband 11 Feb
- Councillor Camp: 10 questions to see if your council gets digital 12 Jan
- Sign up for a free 10-week Campaign Masterclass 14 Dec
- Get Lib Dem campaign buttons for your website 29 Oct
- Five of the most common mistakes that Lib Dem campaigners make 23 May
- What have the Liberal Democrats achieved in government? 7 Mar
- The politics of windmills 30 Nov
- A lesson from history in tackling terrorism 25 Nov
Last weekend in the mountainous Austrian state of Vorarlberg, 400 gnomes disappeared. Nobody knows where they have gone. But everyone knows it's down to politics.
Here’s the new film from the Electoral Commission: You can also watch this on YouTube.
Jimmy Fallon shows how the world of the Tonight Show is not that different from "House of Cards."
I've previously blogged a first look at the 2014 Glasgow Conference agenda. Now here's a first look at the training program, packed full of excellent sessions.
Cruel me: that "temporary" sign at the corner of Moray Road and Fonthill Road will now not seen its tenth birthday because following my email, Islington Council has now finally removed it.
We very nearly got a Mansion Tax in this Parliament. It was only David Cameron's decision to over-ride George Osborne that blocked it.
Despite some reforms introduced by Labour in the Political Parties and Elections Act 2009 (on which see the guide I wrote), unincorporated associations continue to offer rather a loophole when it comes to donations to political parties.
The Lib Dems say they will cut the deficit with a trio of wealth taxes, not by hitting the poor with welfare cuts.
The recent list of unusual Freedom of Information requests made me wonder which Liberal Democrat would be most likely to have submitted which.
Anthony Asquith, son of Liberal Prime Minister H.H. Asquith, stunt double in Boadicea and respected film director, never quite fulfilled the promise of his talent.