An important point about the Liberal Democrat general election manifesto: it is more generous to those most in need than Labour’s manifesto. … Read the full post »
Read here about the Liberal Democrats, including changes to how the party is run, new decisions on what should be party policy and other internal decisions and activities.
Two of the key parts of the Liberal Democrat policy process are the Federal Policy Committee (FPC) and the party’s federal conferences, which you can read more about in my posts specifically about them.
Jo Swinson is today launching the Liberal Democrat manifesto for the 2019 general election. Read it in full here. … Read the full post »
This edition of Liberal Democrat Newswire is full of stories about the general election, including the huge turnout for campaigning against Zac Goldsmith and Dominic Raab. … Read the full post »
I’ve regularly covered in the last few years the work of Vince Cable in particular to get the Liberal Democrats to focus on life-long learning. … Read the full post »
On Friday, the Liberal Democrat general election manifesto was finalised. In a special piece for this blog, Federal Policy Committee Vice Chair Jeremy Hargreaves explains what happened. … Read the full post »
The close of polls in the elections for Liberal Democrat Party President and various other party roles is being put back a week, to Friday 15 November. The results will now come out on Saturday 16 November. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #130 took a look at all the posts up for election in the party’s current internal contests. … Read the full post »
You can join the Liberal Democrats quickly, easily and safely online. Membership starts at just £12 a year (£6 for the under-26s on benefits or £1 for students). … Read the full post »
Quite rightly, nearly all our attention now is on winning public elections: winning those council by-elections coming in before the general election and winning then in the general election too. … Read the full post »
There is a lot of understandable confusion and frustration over the voting arrangements for the Liberal Democrat internal elections. … Read the full post »