- 1000 new members join Lib Dems as Farron says "We will keep the vision of an open, optimistic, hopeful Britain alive"
- Could there be three ironic (?) tragedies that follow a leave vote?
- What next for the Liberal Democrats post-referendum?
- Referendum Results open thread
- "Devastated and angry" Farron says Lib Dems will fight for a "tolerant, open-hearted, optimistic and outward looking" country
- What does the EU Referendum mean for Liberal Democrats (Joe Zammit-Lucia)
- Sir Graham Watson writes…Is there a way back from the Brexit decision? (Graham Watson)
- A new Union of Democratic Control? (Matthew Campbell)
- Moving forwards as positive campaigners (Matt Dolman)
- The people have spoken – trust the people (Paul Walter)
- I prefer the referendum reaction from Tim Farron to that from Jeremy Corbyn
- Brexit: the potential political consequences
- The big lies that secured a Brexit vote
- For those complaining about people being still unhappy at the EU referendum result.
- Section 50 and negotiations with the EU - delay is key.
- The Damage Done: The UK faces the Sunset
- The anatomy of a political campaign ad
- Never glad confident morning again
- EU Referendum Result – You selfish Brexit cretins
- Garden, Allotment and Best Kept Close Competition
- Chris Webb 25th Jun - 2:47pm
I'd love Graham Watson to be right and given Boris' tenuous opportunistic conversion from scepticism to opposition (and non-triumphal demeanour yesterday) he just might be....
- Eddie Sammon 25th Jun - 2:45pm
I back delaying article 50. If there was a big vote for out then we couldn't have done it, but considering the mayhem that has...
- Sue Sutherland 25th Jun - 2:40pm
I think it's right for Tim to express the emotion of the defeated at the moment. Indeed I wholeheartedly wish he had been given a...
- David-1 25th Jun - 2:38pm
So now, instead, you will have a layer of EU governance that you not only never voted for, but will be unable to vote for...
- paul barker 25th Jun - 2:38pm
The vote on Thursday seems to have accidentally created what Marxists call a "Pre-Revolutionary Situation". A Situation where nothing works the way it used to,...
- David Cooper 25th Jun - 2:31pm
Good article. The unskilled at the bottom of the job market were betrayed in 2004. When the EU expanded, their only bargaining position in the...