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 »
Jeremy Browne was Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Taunton Deane constituency 2005-15, when he retired from Parliament.
He was a minister during the coalition government of 2010-15 and is author of Race Plan.
The highlighted words on Hillary Clinton’s website read rather like a cross between the Conservative and Liberal Democrat slogans from the 2015 general election. … Read the full post »
What happened when Conservative MP Grant Shapps tried to get Jeremy Browne to defect from the Lib Dems. … Read the full post »
The London Lib Dem list selections show the way to improving party selection rules and processes more generally. … Read the full post »
With ballot papers starting to arrive with Liberal Democrat members from today, the last 36 hours has seen a flurry of extra endorsements for Tim Farron or Norman Lamb. … Read the full post »
Overall, the book is worth a read for Dan Jarvis’s contributions but otherwise too much of it is formulaic, vague or wrapped in political insider speak. … Read the full post »
Forget the excitable headlines about Vince Cable being ‘sacked’ as the Lib Dem economic spokesperson… … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrats in Taunton Deane have selected Rachel Gilmour as their hoped for successor to Jeremy Browne, who is standing down at next year’s election. … Read the full post »
Nick Herbert’s case for voting Conservative is not the ‘official’ line, containing strong traces of the author’s own personal views. … Read the full post »
Jeremy Browne both starts and ends the book arguing that this is a liberal age, with the Liberal Democrats best placed to meet and support that liberal mood. … Read the full post »