It’s been a busy week, so for my take on the Autumn Statement, here is my trio of media hits (featuring that tie):
- Why I went from being Rugby Green Party's general election candidate to a revived Liberal Democrat activist
- What could a Jeremy Corbyn victory mean for the Liberal Democrats?
- Leaving UKIP for the Liberal Democrats
- #Libdemfightback: What do the polls say?
- ++ Tim Farron announces diverse spokesperson team
- The Times’ curious use of single quotation marks in headlines (Paul Walter)
- We need to be careful before jumping on the Lord Sewel bandwagon (Paul Walter)
- Leaving UKIP for the Liberal Democrats (Jakob Whiten)
- Policymaking reform; what the problem is and how to solve it (Paul Reynolds)
- Rawls v Bayes (Joe Otten)
- All things considered, this may have been the worst element of Ed Miliband's leadership
- Temporary Traffic Order - Arnhall Gardens
- New benches - Morven Terrace and Ancrum Place Sheltered Housing
- Three top US security chiefs speak out against plans to weaken encryption
- Links I found interesting for 30-07-2015
- The Blood is the Life for 30-07-2015
- Sefton's foggier Local Plan – Another guest posting from Peter Greener
- Scrapping of target must be about patient outcome, not political convenience
- Finance, housing and the ageing population
- John Pugh defends the study of philosophy
- Mark Valladares 30th Jul - 9:09am
@ Conor, Two quick points. 1. Why assume that Nick will re-enter the fray next year - ex-Leaders tend to take a (relative) back seat?...
- expats 30th Jul - 8:55am
Sewell used prostitutes and a 'banned substance' for personal use..... He didn't use his position to abuse innocents; he didn't sell drugs..... He has resigned!
- Ashley 30th Jul - 8:43am
Additional line from me .... Is not good
- brianD 30th Jul - 8:36am
"The evil men do lives on whilst the good is oft interred in their bones" Thanks for the proportion Paul
- Andrew 30th Jul - 8:35am
Simon I suppose I should have realised there must be a fundamentalist wing of Liberal Democracy out there somewhere... Not my cup of tea however..
- Richard Underhill 30th Jul - 8:03am
Anderson took 6 for 47 against Australia at Edgbaston and is looking to improve. Continual improvement is a mentality which is common in sport and...
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