Complete with the trailed reference to an erotic spasm (not a plug for his recent novel but rather a reference to the pleasure some got from voting Leave), changed to “exotic” when delivered, Vince Cable gave his autumn conference speech – perhaps his last such as party leader – today. … Read the full post »
Read about the Liberal Democrat MP and former Secretary of State for Business Vince Cable. He was elected leader of the Liberal Democrats in 2017, following Tim Farron’s resignation.
Vince Cable’s memoirs Free Radical are well worth a read.
The selection contest to be the next Liberal Democrat Poisoned Chalice Holder, London Division, aka candidate for Mayor of London, is coming up. … Read the full post »
What comes after Saturday at Lib Dem conference? Sunday, of course. Which was also the day I got to meet Ian Kearns, who gave a barnstormer of a speech about leaving Labour. … Read the full post »
The headlines on Vince Cable’s comments about the name of the Liberal Democrats are rather different from the actual words. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #116 came out last week, taking a detailed look at the proposals for party reform set out by Vince Cable – and including the way in which members can have their say before final decisions are taken. … Read the full post »
Alongside Vince Cable’s speech on party reform today, a full consultation paper has been published setting out how members can determine what happens next. … Read the full post »
Friday is the day of Vince Cable’s speech on how he wants to see the Liberal Democrats change. Friday is also the day of the next edition of Liberal Democrat Newswire. … Read the full post »
1. No, Vince Cable isn’t about to step down: “There have been false rumours lately. As this statement says, I’m not stepping down anytime soon.” … Read the full post »
Here’s the new film from the Liberal Democrats, featuring Vince Cable’s recent speech in Bristol about fighting Brexit. … Read the full post »
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 »