Britain’s participation in the European Convention on Human Rights has long been a great example of how changing the wording of a polling question can change the answers you get. … Read the full post »
Read my posts about civil liberties in the UK, and in particular Liberal Democrat campaigning around them.
Tweet number one, on the future for our politics, and Labour once again blinking when it comes to supporting electoral reform… … Read the full post »
Tim Farron, speaking on LBC with Iain Dale, defends human rights for everyone – not just the people you happen to like. … Read the full post »
Writing for Politics Home, Lib Dem MP Alistair Carmichael explains the party’s opposition to vaccine passports. … Read the full post »
“Let’s put recovery first, and let’s get to work for our communities – building the fairer, greener, more caring country we all want to live in” – Ed Davey … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat peers have helped to pass cross-party amendments to the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill, as the number of Government defeats on the controversial new law rose to four. … Read the full post »
Yesterday Labour MP Diane Abbott spoke at an event alongside several apologists for the Chinese government’s treatment of Uyghurs, behaviour which amounts to genocide. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrats today led cross-party opposition to the Government’s Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill, calling a vote against the legislation in the House of Commons.
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It’s crucial that apps designed to help us battle coronavirus also protect our privacy as otherwise their take-up and so public health will suffer. … Read the full post »
Responding to the Health Secretary’s announcement that the NHSX app is now being piloted on the Isle of Wight, Acting Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey said… … Read the full post »