Parties need policies. But they also need votes. Tallying up election votes looks much worse for the Liberal Democrats than tallying up the number of policies implemented. … Read the full post »
Read about the 2014 Liberal Democrat federal conference in Glasgow below.
For more about Liberal Democrat conferences in general see Lib Dem conference: what you need to know.
Here’s the new film from the Liberal Democrats, from the rally at the party’s 2014 conference in Glasgow. … Read the full post »
Thank you to everyone who backed the amendment on one-member one-vote (OMOV) that I organised for Lib Dem conference in Glasgow. … Read the full post »
As with last year’s Liberal Democrat Voice awards, I’ve picked up three nominations again. … Read the full post »
We’ll be talking about several of the liberal thinkers included in the booklet, saying a little about their lives and thoughts, and then drawing lessons from their thinking for the future direction of the Liberal Democrats. … Read the full post »
Yes to a right of recall when an MP is caught breaking rules, but no to the ability to abuse recall just because you don’t like their party and aren’t willing to respect the result of an election. … Read the full post »
Arriving in unassuming brown envelopes on doormats around the country at the moment is an unusual posted mailing from Liberal Democrat HQ in Great George Street. … Read the full post »
From the Federal Executive report tabled for the 2015 Glasgow conference… … Read the full post »
The digital world offers huge potential benefits for better access, such as the ability to turn content into multiple different formats to suit different people’s requirements. … Read the full post »
The package of constitutional and standing order amendments tabled for Glasgow Conference by the Federal Executive (FE) to introduce one-member one-vote (OMOV)… … Read the full post »