It’s been another period of rapid growth for the readership of Lib Dem Newswire, with subscriber numbers nearly doubling already since January 1st. … Read the full post »
Read about the former Liberal Democrat MP and party leader, Menzies Campbell – more usually known as Ming Campbell.
He was leader of the Liberal Democrats from 2006 (succeeding Charles Kennedy) until 2007.
Announcing the new Lib Dem spokespersons team, which features two former leaders in the form of Tim Farron and Ming Campbell, current party leader Vince Cable said… … Read the full post »
Tim Farron has claimed that the Liberal Democrats can replace Labour as the main opposition force because Jeremy Corbyn’s party is locked in a “death spiral”. … Read the full post »
The Prime Minister is opposing moves to protect the right to stay of EU citizens, such as by opposing the amendments in Parliament which would do just that. … Read the full post »
Pro-remain Liberal Democrat peers believe they could insert extra clauses into even the most tightly worded Brexit bill to force Theresa May to tell parliament more about her negotiating plans before she triggers article 50. … Read the full post »
The Tories secretly tried to form an electoral pact for the 2015 general election with the Lib Dems to keep the Coalition going, according to David Laws. … Read the full post »
Greg Hurst’s excellent biography of Charles Kennedy has been updated following his tragic death in 2015. … Read the full post »
Facing his first party conference in Bournemouth as Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron faces two main challenges. … Read the full post »
Eight points are worth noting about the new Liberal Democrat peers and other honours – and one member whose views are embarrassingly misplaced. … Read the full post »
Was the Liberal Democrat alternative budget a success? Who should you bet on to be the next Liberal Democrat leader? Why are Liberal Democrat MPs so cheerful? … Read the full post »