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- Not waving, nearly drowned dead (Katharine Pindar)
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- Post-Referendum Recruitment
- What Next for the Liberal Democrats?
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- Steffan Aquarone 27th Jun - 9:09pm
Very interesting. This feels like it could be an incredibly powerful and savvy move, were interests to align. Turkeys could then vote to avoid Christmas...
- David-1 27th Jun - 8:59pm
@Peter Watson: If you have read any of my other comments, you know that I have never once argued for "ignoring the result of the...
- Alun Williams 27th Jun - 8:56pm
1. Not by attacking immigration. 2. By promising what people need (housing and jobs) and by explaining how we would pay for it.
- Alan Jelfs 27th Jun - 8:49pm
For a start, we could stop opposing housing developments.
- Alex Macfie 27th Jun - 8:18pm
"it’s not for us to implement the result of this referendum, that’s the job of those who want Britain to leave the EU" Indeed, and...
- Ed Shepherd 27th Jun - 8:12pm
We still make most of the items you listed. More cars are now made in Britain than ever before, for instance, and Lib Dem politicians...