Something a little longer for the weekend – a talk explaining how the British electoral system works, and in particular why some parties need more votes to get a winning number of seats than other parties:
- Sexual harassment and assault of women on trains must be taken more seriously (Paul Walter)
- Tim Farron MP writes…Liberal Democrats will work with anyone to reform the House of Lords (Tim Farron MP)
- Conference Countdown 2015: Human Rights motion – we need to be careful not to throw the baby out with the bath water (Paul Walter)
- Jo Swinson writes…Dissolution honours make the contribution of women look invisible (Jo Swinson)
- Lord Jim Wallace writes: New Lib Dem colleagues will campaign with me to reform House of Lords (Jim Wallace)
- Lydiate Nostalgia – Youth Club to Village Centre
- UK Government abandon evidence-based policy and extend badger cull to Dorset
- Holding the centre ground is straightforward: you convince swing voters you are the only party for them
- Great to see this from Jane Dodds
- The Sir Jimmy Shand Connection
- The Experience Of Watching Ray Comfort's Latest Movie "Audacity"
- The World's Busiest Railway: might I suggest that Hugo Rifkind's bourgeois slip is showing?
- Why Danny Cipriani is not in the England World Cup squad
- Egypt Sullies Its Own Name
- Over-qualified graduates or an under performing economy?
- Stuart 30th Aug - 10:48am
@Jayne Mansfield "If it is emotion that drives you, keep it up. I have always found that emotion is the spur to action." While I...
- Richard Stallard 30th Aug - 10:43am
It's true that the LDs aren't left of Corbyn when it comes to the things Caron mentions - NATO, unrestricted nationalisation, fiscal discipline etc. However,...
- James 30th Aug - 10:41am
Shouldn't Tim be more worrie d that there is someone that wants to make unattributable quotes about the centre ground? The worry that I have...
- Liberal Neil 30th Aug - 10:40am
Your basic point is correct. Given that Tim has not said anything even remotely about tacking to the left of Corbyn, quotes implying he might...
- Maria 30th Aug - 10:32am
'Parliamentarian' rather than 'MP' probably refers to somebody in the Lords. And of course many of *them* have been good for unhelpful quotes, too, and...
- Richard Underhill 30th Aug - 10:21am
By Caron Lindsay | Sat 29th August 2015 – 9:09 am There must be some barristers in the party who can help to address both...
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