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 »
Julia Goldsworthy (Church) was Liberal Democrat MP for Falmouth and Camborne 2005-2010 and a special adviser during the Conservative/Lib Dem coalition.
Lib Dems will gather in Bodmin next week to plan their campaign for new powers for Cornwall after the outcome of the Scotland independence vote. … Read the full post »
A selection of Iain Dale’s blog posts from 2004-2012, The Blogfather is a potted history of one of the pioneering political blogs in the UK which helped take political blogging from idiosyncratic niche into a mainstream format for covering politics. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrats are failing to talk about Community Politics just when it is most needed. … Read the full post »
Here’s the full list of Liberal Democrat special advisers currently appointed during the coalition government. … Read the full post »
A bumper thirteen blogs have recently joined Ryan’s Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator, including Julia Goldsworthy. … Read the full post »
The BBC itself reports:
Cornwall MP Julia Goldsworthy says the BBC should consider scrapping Radio 1.
The Lib Dem communities spokeswoman was responding in a BBC3 debate, First Time Voters’ Question Time, about the BBC’s strategic review…
But Ms Goldsworthy said: “They should be looking at other areas where there is already competition in the market, like Radio … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrat MP for Falmouth and Camborne is the latest to answer questions from The Independent’s readership. … Read the full post »
The power and importance of MPs is a factor not only of the posts they hold and their behind-the-scenes influence but also their media savvy. … Read the full post »
Using the official information on which MP is attending which fringe meeting, this is how the league table looks for the Liberal Democrat federal party conference in Bournemouth. … Read the full post »