Following Jim Wallace’s decision to stand down as the Liberal Democrat Leader in the House of Lords, Dick Newby was elected his successor. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrat Jim Wallace was MP for Orkney & Shetland (1983-2001), its MSP from 1999-2007 and Deputy First Minister of Scotland 1999-2005. He became a Liberal Democrat life peer in 2007.
Tim Farron wants to fight for a tolerant country, but how can the argument be won over immigration? … Read the full post »
Iain Dale has published his latest annual list of the most influential Lib Dems. My views are in no way influenced by my appearance in it. Or by Iain being the publisher of 101 Ways To Win An Election. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has unveiled his campaigning priorities along with an 9-strong Parliamentary Campaigns Team. … Read the full post »
Lord Jim Wallace, the Lib Dem leader in the Lords, said: “As far as we are concerned [votes for 16 and 17-year-olds] is party policy.” … Read the full post »
Welcome to the 60th edition of Liberal Democrat Newswire which sports a new logo and amongst other stories looks at how the Liberal Democrat campaign is going in marginal seats, the collapse of Labour’s organisation in Scotland and who has filled a set of key Lib Dem party posts. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #28 reports on the results of an important set of internal Liberal Democrat elections for bodies such as the party’s Federal Policy Committee (FPC). … Read the full post »