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- Martin 23rd May - 12:39pm
Ryan Coetze certainly puts his finger an some critical problems. Bill le Breton: a response is certainly deserved. The big question is that of coalition....
- Iain 23rd May - 12:30pm
A fuller version of the article: http://inside-politics.org/2015/05/23/causes-and-implications-of-the-liberal-democrats-2015-election-result/
- Sara Scarlett 23rd May - 12:17pm
"Perhaps the best option is to be comfortable in our own skin as Liberal Democrats and articulate a radical, establishment-busting, responsible, planet-saving, freedom-respecting optimistic message."...
- Martin 23rd May - 12:11pm
Alex Macfie: Whenever has a Party's position in government not affected its performance in local elections? All governments I have ever known have suffered at...
- Bill le Breton 23rd May - 12:10pm
Do I bother to dignify the thoughts of this superb campaigner and brilliant strategist or watch McCullum batting at Lord's? Tough.
- TCO 23rd May - 12:05pm
@Martin thanks, that's exactly the point I'm making. Local election success is not a sufficient condition for national success and may even be counterproductive.