There are two versions of 2019 which future historians of the Liberal Democrats may write about. One is about a party that was on the road to recovery… … Read the full post »
Read my posts about the work of economist and journalist Tim Harford, probably best known for his work on the BBC radio series More or Less.
In the new year, the party will be kicking off its formal review of both the general election and the European Parliament election. … Read the full post »
If you are familiar with Tim Harford’s work, whether as an author, print journalist or broadcaster, then this book is not a surprise. … Read the full post »
Ironically, one of strongest views expressed about the size of the state in The Orange Book was by Vince Cable, subsequently more usually associated with wanting more state spending during the recession but at the time of The Orange Book wishing to see a cap introduced on the level of state spending. … Read the full post »
Sure, I’ve suffered near death by PowerPoint many times. But the anti-bullet point style of big photo and a few words can be done pretty badly too. It’s a tough call: too many bullet points or irrelevant photo and unreadable caption; which is worse? … Read the full post »
Tim Harford was kicking-off a week long series of talks to promote his new book, Adapt: Why Success Always Starts With Failure. … Read the full post »