Liberal Democrat Newswire #115 came out last week, taking a look amongst other things at the background to the new Liberal Democrat slogan. … Read the full post »
Read about the former Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes, Norman Baker. He held the seat from 1997 until 2015 and was a government minister 2010-2014.
His political memoirs are titled Against the Grain.
Following up the great suggestions for summer reading made by readers, here is a rather niche list: great books to read written by current or former Liberal Democrat Parliamentarians. Niche range, but great books. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat members in Lewes have selected Kelly-Marie Blundell as their Prospective Parliamentary candidate in the constituency which was represented by Norman Baker until 2015. … Read the full post »
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 »
20 Conservative MPs have now been named as facing police investigations over their general election expense returns. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #79 came out last week, taking a look at the Liberal Democrat strategy for the May council elections, what happened to the grassroots Lib Dem campaign machine in 2015, data which shows the Lib Dems are the most unpredictable party, and more. … 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 »
Proposed changes, currently under discussion by a cross-party government commission, threaten Freedom of Information rules. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #73 came out last week, featuring what seven focus groups reveal about why the Liberal Democrats did so badly in May, lessons from Canada for the Liberal Democrats and more. … Read the full post »
Norman Baker’s memoirs are an excellent read – especially for the insights into how coalition worked behind the scenes. … Read the full post »