Congratulations Dawn Barnes and Tammy Palmer, newly reselected by Haringey Liberal Democrats. … Read the full post »
Hornsey & Wood Green is a Parliamentary constituency in north London, comprised of the western half of the London Borough of Haringey.
Lynne Featherstone, a former councillor and member of the London Assembly as well as the minister who legalised same-sex marriage, was its Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament from 2005 until 2015.
After years as being described by the media as a blogger, they then upgraded me occasionally to being a strategist. But as you can see from my appearance on the BBC Politics Show in London… … Read the full post »
A batch of candidates have now been selected in seats formerly held by the party as part of the Liberal Democrat preparations for a possible 2016 general election. … Read the full post »
Over 3 million people have signed the Parliamentary petition calling for a second referendum. By contrast, under 2.5 million people voted Lib Dem at the last general election. … Read the full post »
Voters visiting libdems.org.uk will see news stories relevant to their local candidate’s campaign, after the party forged a partnership with geolocation specialists Digital Element. … Read the full post »
Burn the chocolate calories. Make room for the next chocolate calories. … Read the full post »
No actual evidence presented for Lord Ashcroft’s viewpoint yet followed by “I continue to think…”? Ashcroft’s right to criticise comfort polling but this is comfort punditry, not evidence-based punditry. … Read the full post »
The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards is investigating Labour MP David Lammy over allegations that he broke the rules over Parliamentary correspondence in order to help Labour’s campaign in Hornsey & Wood Green. … Read the full post »
Edition #59 of Liberal Democrat Newswire came out earlier in the week, looking at the party’s evolving tax and spend plans for the next Parliament, what new polling says about the party’s strategy, record fundraising by the Lib Dems and more. … Read the full post »
Given that candidates are named on the ballot paper, the onus really should be on those who poll without naming candidates to explain why they believe that is the more accurate approach to take.
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