Liberal Democrat Newswire #118 has the story from Phil Cowley of the Liberal Democrat manifesto for the general election that wasn’t in 2016. It promised a whole £12 extra for the NHS. … Read the full post »
Read about Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats 2007-15 and Deputy Prime Minister 2010-15.
After serving as an MEP, Clegg was first elected as Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam in 2005. He succeeded Richard Allan. Clegg then held this seat until being defeated in the 2017 general election.
Nick Clegg wrote about his experiences in office in Politics – The Art of the Possible in an Age of Unreason.
Liberal Democrat Newswire #116 came out last week, taking a detailed look at the proposals for party reform set out by Vince Cable – and including the way in which members can have their say before final decisions are taken. … Read the full post »
For this edition of Liberal Democrat Newswire I’m focusing on how a key part of the party’s recovery should be a good registered supporters scheme – and tell you about the mostly secret registered supporters scheme the party created by accident and currently runs. … Read the full post »
The slogan being held up by Nick Clegg in 2007 is rather ironic now… … Read the full post »
“No matter how high or low you are in the pecking order of politics, you have to be in Constituency Surgery every Thursday chatting to a family about how you’re going to help their daughter get into the local school or speaking to a single mum who isn’t getting access to benefits” – Nick Clegg … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #112 came out last week, looking at the Lib Dem performance in the 2018 local elections. … Read the full post »
Welcome to my list of podcasts dedicated to, or primarily about, the Liberal Democrats, including The Limehouse Podcast and Liberated. … Read the full post »
Pick your favourite sport. Now pick your favourite team or, if it’s a sport for individuals, your favourite sports star. Next think of their deadliest rival. … Read the full post »
The May elections are only a few weeks, a couple of dozen leaflet drops and three score candidate tweets away. So LDN #111 takes a look at the Lib Dem prospects, how Brexit may play out in those contests and what we can learn from the candidate numbers. … Read the full post »
With around a year until Britain leaves the European Union, Vince Cable said a live TV debate would be an ideal moment to update voters on the parties’ competing visions of Brexit. … Read the full post »