Based on the amount of traffic they’ve passed on to www.libdems.org.uk in 2008, the top five local Liberal Democrat sites (excluding blogs) were… … Read the full post »
Read about the Henley by-election held on 26 June 2008.
John Howell (Conservative) was elected to succeed Boris Johnson. Johnson had stood down after becoming Mayor of London.
For those who swung to New Labour in the 1990s because they wanted a fairer Britain the Liberal Democrats now offer the most vibrant progressive home. … Read the full post »
In summary, we have legal action threatened over a magazine by David Cameron on Friday, which was within a matter of hours disowned by his media team. … Read the full post »
Featuring a host of stars including Paddy “I never predict the outcome of elections, but this one feels good” Ashdown, Ming Campbell, Julia Goldsworthy, Nick Clegg, Brian Paddick, lots of balloons and several printing machines. … Read the full post »
There are two political parties, let’s call them A and B. Both of them distribute magazines in a by-election promoting their candidate. … Read the full post »
Day One: Conservative by-election candidate and county councillor John Howell misses two key votes on a proposed so-called eco-town in Oxfordshire. … Read the full post »
Conservative candidate John Howell is asked a dozen questions about his links to developers – but repeatedly refuses to answer them fully. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrat Henley by-election campaign has upped the pressure today on John Howell, the Conservative candidate, over his controversial links to property developers. … Read the full post »
If you’re going to do an election countdown clock, you’d have thought you’d set it to hit zero either when polls open at 7am or when polls close at 10pm. … Read the full post »
Lovely day out in the sun scampering along the by-ways of Henley constituency. It’s lovely. And it’s biggggggggggggggggg. … Read the full post »