I have very mixed feelings about seeing Liberal Democrat colleagues in honours lists. … Read the full post »
Read about former Liberal Democrat MP and Pensions Minister Steve Webb.
He was first Member of Parliament for Northavon 1997-2010 and then, following boundary changes, for Thornbury and Yate from 2010 to 2015. He was the Minister of State for Pensions in the 2010-15 coalition government.
Former Liberal Democrat pensions minister Steve Webb has said he won’t seek re-election to Parliament. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #77 came out earlier this week, with new data on the party’s selections for the 2015 general election and a look at which incumbency didn’t save more Lib Dem MPs in 2015. … Read the full post »
The first set of official campaign emails from the three candidates for Lib Dem Party President has just been circulated to party members. … Read the full post »
Beveridge’s world was predominantly one of mixed-sex couples married for life, the man at work and the woman at home, with both dying shortly after retirement. … Read the full post »
Reading through it, especially the opening, it’s clear that Tim Farron has a real passion for the subject and an ability to make a personal and moving case for the importance of housing as an issue. … Read the full post »
The idea of the modern Liberal Democrat party losing in 2015 is a predictable as Dan Hodges writing another dozen articles critical of Ed Miliband. … Read the full post »
The last few months have been rather rocky for the Liberal Democrat policy-making process, with a succession of announcements from ministers pre-empting… … Read the full post »
Last Thursday’s Queen’s Speech confirmed that the Liberal Democrats will stay in coalition until the general election. … Read the full post »
One part of the 2014 Queen’s Speech – or rather one absence from it – neatly encapsulates the Liberal Democrat experience in coalition government, both good and bad. … Read the full post »