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- Why have Liberal Democrats indulged the Tories' Bercow bashing?
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- Crutches museum needs support
- Folkestone Harbour Festival 2015
- #LibDemsPointing Meets Doctor Who - Snakedance
- Vive les coalitions
- CVs being collected for every Parliamentary candidate, including a Ukip classic
- Trust a progressive party of government
- Why anti-SNP tactical voting may not work
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- David 30th Mar - 8:34pm
@ MartinB " I used to vote Liberal Democrat, believing they were a left of centre party. May 2010 put paid to that . There...
- Glenn 30th Mar - 8:30pm
Phillip' We're not taking about 2010. The fact remains that virtually all the seats lost by the Lib Dems have been lost to Labour and...
- Alex Sabine 30th Mar - 8:28pm
Philip: I didn't claim that the highest earning graduates pay the most. I agree that is not the case for your reason number 2 above....
- Stiofan Hinde 30th Mar - 8:20pm
I don't believe the SNP are as motivated to obtain a hasty Indy Ref 2, as some make out. Why did they rule out coalition...
- Helen Tedcastle 30th Mar - 8:06pm
John Tilley Spot on.
- Tabman 30th Mar - 8:03pm
Steve Comer - Blair's biggest betrayal was his failure to reform the voting system, which was after all in his manifesto. Consequently the schadenfreude that...