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 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.
Read the manifestos from Lorraine Zuleta and Ben Sims, the two Liberal Democrats bidding to be chair of London Region. … Read the full post »
Emails with voting information for the London Region Executive elections have been hitting inboxes of party members across London today. … Read the full post »
Here’s what Vince Cable has told the press about changes at Liberal Democrat HQ following reports in the media of job cuts being made. … Read the full post »
It’s gratifying to see how massively party opinion has shifted on the idea of a supporter scheme even just this year – from at best disinterest and not infrequently opposition through to now being the bit that such a big majority now says they support in Vince Cable’s reform package. … Read the full post »
There’s still time to take the (unofficial) Liberal Democrat Newswire survey into the proposed party reforms set out by Vince Cable. … Read the full post »
On Monday evening I was in Lib Dem HQ with Party President Sal Brinton for the first webinar for party members about the proposed party reforms set out by Vince Cable. … Read the full post »
Everyone deserves the opportunity to work hard and build a good life for themselves, their family and their community. Everyone deserves to be paid a fair wage, to afford a home and to be able to use good public services. But for many, that’s not the reality today. … Read the full post »
There’s a new survey out for Liberal Democrat members to offer their skills and say how they’d like to get more involved in the party. … Read the full post »
At the time, both inside the Liberal Democrats and outside the party, the 2001 general election appeared to be a good result. … Read the full post »