For an organisation that looks to the past and to party politics, it is almost inevitable that the Liberal Democrat History Group’s publications are rather dominated with accounts of men. … Read the full post »
Baroness Beatrice Nancy Seear, known as Nancy rather than Beatrice, was one of the Liberal Party’s highest profile female politicians. She was leader of the Liberal Party in the House of Lords 1984-88 and Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords 1988-97.
Technically born Beatrice Nancy Seear, but known by her middle name, Nancy Seear in her time was one of the most prominent female politicians for the Liberals and then Liberal Democrats, feared for her formidable grasp of detail. … Read the full post »
In response to my post The forgotten liberal hero: Earl Grey, I’ve had quite a few suggestions for other people deserving of this description. … Read the full post »