Liberal Democrat Newswire #178 came out last week, including news on Lib Dem councils building houses, a new move to ban conversion therapy and how party support varies by supermarket. … Read the full post »
Edward Davey was the Liberal Democrat MP for Kingston and Surbiton 1997-2015 and served as a Cabinet minister during the Coalition government. He regained his seat in 2017.
After standing unsuccessfully for the party leadership in 2019, he was elected party leader in 2020, defeating Layla Moran.
Layla Moran’s appearance last night on Newsnight involved, among other things, a remarkably eloquent pause when asked about Suella Braverman. … Read the full post »
In another sign of how Liberal Democrat councils can both build houses and win elections, Kingston has built new council housing. … Read the full post »
Lib Dem leader Ed Davey has emphasised the need to follow international law when talking with the media. … Read the full post »
The October Liberal Democrat Newswire reports on party award winners, the Mid-Bedfordshire by-election, an exciting new pamphlet and more. … Read the full post »
It looks like someone stole Wendy Chamberlain’s fish and chips at conference but she decided to style it out. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat conference in Bournemouth closed with the traditional trio of party awards, an appeal and then the keynote speech from the party leader. Among the many brilliant winners I had the pleasure of giving awards out to was one of our London Assembly members, Caroline Pidgeon: Then it was time for a Christmas-themed (!) … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #176 takes a look at how unusual this Parliament has been along with all the latest Lib Dem news. … Read the full post »
Of course, the big news in the Liberal Democrats since last time is the addition of an MP with another record-breaking by-election result. … Read the full post »
The full agenda for the Liberal Democrat federal conference coming up in Bournemouth is now out, along with the reports to conference from various party bodies such as the Federal Board. … Read the full post »